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Three Cheese & Snacks Tray

Product Code: 8104
£ 31.20
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Ford Farm Cheddar with Mustard & Ale 100g
Ford Farm Wensleydale With Cranberries 100g
Ford Farm Cheddar with Caramelised Onion 100g
Mr McKenzie's Oval Plain Biscuits 150g
Cottage Delight Classic Cheese Board Chutney 105g
Wooden Spoon Tomato Chutney 113g
Taste Red Onion & Cheddar Biscuits 50g
Packed in a Wooden Slatted Crate (30x19x6cm)


Must order before 12:30pm for next working day delivery

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Type- Food Hamper

Country Of Origin- UK

Brand- Spicers

Condition- New

Availability- Out Of Stock

Delivery +

Next Available Dispatch Date 01 June, 2020

All shipments are provided a tracking number (emailed to you on the day of dispatch, normally the day before delivery). They are shipped to the address you enter at checkout, if there is no one at the address the delivery company will try a neighbour and leave a calling card. A phone number for the person receiving the delivery will increase the chances of delivery.
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