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    Heera Virgin Coconut Oil Cold Pressed 200g

    Manufacturer: Heera
    Heera 100% virgin coconut oil is extracted by cold pressing the coconut kernels which gives it superior quality, taste. Being cold-pressed, virgin coconut oil preserves the natural goodness and high content of vitamin-E, minerals, and the natural anti-oxidants along with a much longer shelf life. Pure coconut oil freezes below 24℃. To de-freeze, immerse the bottle in hot (not boiling) water for a few minutes.
    SKU: 5031416191056
    £4.99
    Delivery date: 1-3 days

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