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Berne Lyoner Swiss Deli

Approximately price by weight may vary. The name "Doctoral" received because it was originally intended for those who undermined their health "in the fight against the tsarist regime" and during the Civil War.
SKU: 200000207007
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This is a boiled sausage category "A", which has a homogeneous minced meat and does not contain slices of bacon.

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