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MANDY Zacusca cu Ciuperci 300g

Ingredients: water, sunflower oil, mushrooms 8%, soy protein, gelling agent: carrageenan, wheat starch, thickener: guar gum, stabilizers: polyphosphates, emulsifier: acetic acid esters of mono- and diglycerides, antioxidants: sodium, glucose syrup, rosemary extract, coloring: caramel.
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