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Pacific Natural Foods Organic Broth, Vegetable, 32 fl oz, (pack of 3)

Pacific Natural Foods Organic Broth, Vegetable, 32 fl oz, (pack of 3)

  • Pacific Natural Foods Organic Broth, Vegetable 32 fl. oz.

USDA organic. Four individual packages. Perfect recipe size. 1 Cup recipe size. Certified to the source. Pacific Food’s exclusive certified to the Source program tracks and ensures that every natural and organic ingredient in every product pacific foods makes is of the highest quality and only from a guaranteed source. Certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

List Price: $ 13.50

Price: $ 13.50


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