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Doves Farm Organic White Flour Self Raising 1Kg

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Ingredients

Organic White Flour Self Raising ingredients: Wheat flour, raising agents (acid calcium phosphate & sodium bicarbonate).

About Organic White Flour Self Raising

Fine organic white flour milled from soft English wheat with added raising agents. It is ideal for deliciously light homemade cakes.

Colour: White

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