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PINAR Labne Cheese 2 x 370g

Pinar Labne is a variety of fresh cheese. Produced under hygienic conditions and full-automatically, "Pinar Labne" has special taste, somewhat similar to that of yoghurt and can be easily spread on slice of bread as well as can be used when preparing cake, cheesecake, cookies, pastry and tiramisu and various delicatessen and mayonnaise.
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