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Smoked Baltic Sardines in Oil Transparent Lid Unda 160g

Buy a case and get a discount! Carefully selected sardines packed gently in a can by hand. Innovative transparent lid allows you to see the superb quality of the product even before you open it. Classic, traditional and unique taste of this product are the signature of our premium sardines!
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Carefully selected sardines packed gently in a can by hand. Innovative transparent lid allows you to see the superb quality of the product even before you open it. Classic, traditional and unique taste of this product are the signature of our premium sardines!

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