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    Manufacturer: Hanuram Foods Pvt Ltd

    Fulwadi

    ₹ 80.00

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    A popular Gujarati snack, that often finds its way into the travel bags of people. Prepared by the master chefs of Vadodara’s called fulwadi
    Get delivery on May 18th
    SKU: HAM025
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    Delivery date: 3-5 days

    Ingredients: Bengal Gram, Iodized Salt, Black pepper, Fennel Seeds, Veg oil, Sesame, Sodium Bicarbonate, Garam Masala.

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    Ingredients: Bengal Gram, Iodized Salt, Black pepper, Fennel Seeds, Veg oil, Sesame, Sodium Bicarbonate, Garam Masala.

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