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Black Garlic, Paste

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Ingredients

100% Organic California Garlic

Packaging

12oz

Flavor

Aromas of black truffle and grape must. Flavor notes of dried fig, raisin and balsamic. Very subtle garlic undertones remain

Color

Dark Raisin

Storage

Shelf Stable, See Best By Date

Orgin

California, USA

Allergenics

None

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