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Marky's Turrones de Mani

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Turrones de Mani by Marky's

Marky's Turrones de Mani is the ultimate sweet treat for peanut lovers! Historically, Turrones de Mani is a traditional Spanish nougat made with roasted peanuts and honey. Marky's Turrones de Mani takes this Spanish classic treat and made it purely Filipino: a sweet delicacy of crushed peanuts and sugar, wrapped in barquillos-like rolls. 

One of the key features of Marky's Turrones de Mani is that it is made with premium, all-natural ingredients, ensuring that you're getting a high-quality product that's free from artificial preservatives and flavors.

Marky's Turrones de Mani is perfect for sharing with friends and family, whether you're looking for a new snack to try, or you're missing the taste of the Philippines. 

Net wt. 100g.

Product of the Philippines.

Ingredients: Enriched Flour, Butter, Shortening, Peanut.

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