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Rayner's Malt Extract 340g

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Ingredients

Malt Extract ingredients: Rayner's malt extract is made from prime English barley.

About Malt Extract

Rayner's recommend one tablespoonful per day dissolved in warm water or milk, spread on toast or toast or over cereals and, of course, it can be used in baking cakes and biscuits.

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