Biscoff Spread Crunchy 13.4 oz Bag

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Indulge in a luxurious breakfast experience with Lotus Biscoff Spread. This European delicacy, perfect as a peanut butter substitute, adds a sweet touch to your morning toast. For lunch, spread it on bread with jam or use it as a dip for apples, creating a nutritious yet sophisticated meal. With its all-natural ingredients, this 13.4 oz bag of indulgence will elevate your everyday meals.

Brand Biscoff
Certifications Vegan, Non-GMO
GTIN (case) 21788516941
Country of Manufacture Belgium
Pallet Pattern 18 cases per layer. 3 layers. 54 cases per pallet.

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