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    Geeta's Chilli Pickle Extra Hot 175g

    Manufacturer: Geeta's
    A very hot but flavoursome blend of fresh chilli and spices.
    SKU: 5021185403085
    £2.99
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    Geeta's Chilli Pickle Extra Hot 

    The real flavour of India

    Vegetarians Society approved

    Free from artificial flavourings, colourings & preservatives

    Suitable for vegans and coeliacs

    Chilli Pickle
    "My finest Indian spices are selected to produce this unique and delicious tasting pickle. Delicious as a meal accompaniment or with Indian breads and poppadums."

    Description

    Geeta's Chilli Pickle Extra Hot 

    The real flavour of India

    Vegetarians Society approved

    Free from artificial flavourings, colourings & preservatives

    Suitable for vegans and coeliacs

    Chilli Pickle
    "My finest Indian spices are selected to produce this unique and delicious tasting pickle. Delicious as a meal accompaniment or with Indian breads and poppadums."

    Products specifications
    Weight 175g
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