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Lucia Watermelon Seeds (Butong Pakwan)

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Watermelon Seeds (Butong Pakwan) by Lucia

Looking for a crunchy and delicious snack that packs a punch of flavor? Look no further than Lucia Watermelon Seeds (Butong Pakwan)! These premium quality watermelon seeds are roasted to perfection and seasoned with a touch of salt, making them a tasty and satisfying snack.

Butong Pakwan is a well-known Filipino snack and it's a great alternative to traditional snacks like chips or nuts. They are gluten-free, vegan-friendly, and high in protein, making them the perfect snack for any health-conscious individual.

Take your snacking game to the next level with Lucia Watermelon Seeds. Perfect for sharing with friends and family, or for stocking up for the future. Don't miss out on this deliciously crunchy and flavorful treat!

Product of the Philippines.

Net Weight. 8oz

Ingredients: Watermelon Seeds and Iodized Salt.

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