Mega Sale! Save 29% on the Ferrero Hanuta Wafers with Hazelnut Cream, 18x 2pcs (36pcs) by Ferrero at Positano Imports. MPN: 3504. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Delicious Hazelnut and Chocolate Confection, imported from Germany. Store in a cool and dry place.Delicious Hazelnut & Chocolate Confection.. Value pack consisting of 36 x 22 gram confections.. Product of Germany.. Store in a cool and dry place.. Note: European Expiration Date DD/MM/YYYY..
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Ferrero Hanuta Chocolate candy wafers. These delicious treats are better known as a Hazelnut Sandwich with a thick layer of luscious and rich Hazelnut Chocolate with bits of Hazelnut throughout and sandwiched between two crisp, chocolate wafers. Prepared with only the highest quality ingredients according to a ''tried and true'' recipe. The rich chocolate closer resembles a dark chocolate, rather than a milk chocolate.Each order has eighteen tw-piece packs. Luscious and delicious, imported from
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