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    Trophy AAA Jasmine rice 5Kg

    Manufacturers: Trophy , Other Manufactures
    Trophy AAA Jasmine rice has a subtle floral aroma, pearl like whiteness and a soft, sticky texture when cooked - thus making it the perfect accompaniment to Oriental foods and stir-fries.
    SKU: 8901047211836
    £8.99
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