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Whitman's Sugar-Free Chocolate Sampler, 10 OZ
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Whitman's Sampler Sugar Free Candies. Sweetened with Splenda brand. The quality and freshness is guaranteed. The original recipes that necessitate small-batch manufacturing, providing you a consistently superior taste and quality chocolate.
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    Sugar free sampler

    Food Allergen Statements

    Contains Peanuts, Contains Tree Nuts

    Food Form




    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)

    1.10 x 12.15 x 4.60 Inches



    Excessive consumption may cause a laxative effect.Diabetics: this product may be useful in your diet on the advice of a physician.


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