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MEGGLE German Alpenbutter 250g

When butter is served as fresh and natural as MEGGLE's fine butter, every sandwich becomes a special treat. This is not only due to our over 100 years of experience, but above all to the careful selection of raw materials and the gentle, time-consuming buttering.
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