Crosse & Blackwell Sandwich Spread 250g

$5.80 aud

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Crosse & Blackwell Sandwich Spread is made with real vegetables and the trusted tangy recipe we have come to love. It can also be used as a dip or as a sauce with seafood and cold meats.

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