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SEYIDOGLU BAKLAVA W/WALNUTS 140G

Although the history of baklava is not well documented, its current form was probably developed in the imperial kitchens of the Topkapı Palace in Constantinople (now known in English as Istanbul) PERISHABLE ITEM❄️❄️ Perishables must be shipped using FedEx express shipping methods. We recommend all perishable items ship overnight or 2nd shipping at the latest. All frozen items will be shipped with ice packs, in an insulated box liner. we recommend choosing overnight delivery, for any frozen items to prevent items from perishing, otherwise Turkishfoodmarket will not be responsible for any damages that may occur.
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