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MARMARABIRLIK Low Salt Black Olives 800g

It is produced by pasteurizing from carefully selected Marmarabirlik olives. The number of pieces per kg is between 291-320. It has a thin shell, small core and plenty of meat. It is high in fat (25%) and less salty. The pulp is easily separated from the seed. For those who love less salty olives ...
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