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    Manufacturer: C N Bumia And Sons

    Special Surati Mix


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    The Special Surati Mix is a crunchy namkeen that is made up of the premium quality ingredients. The special mix is known for its delicious taste and crispiness. It is perfect to eat with tea, coffee, milk, and a cold drink as snacks.
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    SKU: CN010
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    Ingredients: sev, gathiya (thick sev), mamra (puffed rice), poha (flattened rice), chevdo (bombay mix), and groundnuts.


    Ingredients: sev, gathiya (thick sev), mamra (puffed rice), poha (flattened rice), chevdo (bombay mix), and groundnuts.

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