Good Quality 425g canned sardines in tomato sauce for Istanbul Importers

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Net weight and drained weight can be packed according customer`s request FDA number: 13434459730 EU number: 3302/01034 Certificates we got: BRC, HACCP, OU KOSHER, HALAL, DOLPHIN-SAFE and so on.


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Net weight and drained weight can be packed according customer`s request

  • FDA number: 13434459730
  • EU number: 3302/01034
  • Certificates we got: BRC, HACCP, OU KOSHER, HALAL, DOLPHIN-SAFE and so on.

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