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ULKER Cokomel Pofti Coconut Granul 18g x 8pc

Granule Coated (26.5%), Coconut Flavored Marshmalow (40%) and Biscuit. Sugar, wheat flour, invert sugar syrup, glucose syrup, vegetable oils (palm, palm kernel), moisturizer (sorbitol), beef gelatin, starch, raising agents (ammonium hydrogen carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, disodium diphosphate), flavorings, cheese ground water (milk), salt, brightener (acacia gum), emulsifier (soy lecithin), thickener (pectin), acidity regulator (citric acid).
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