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Ingredients

100% Whole Garlic Bulb

Packaging

10×17.6oz

Flavor

Flavor notes of dried fig, raisin, balsamic with subtle garlic undertones

Color

Dark Raisin

Storage

Shelf Stable

Orgin

Aoromi, Japan

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