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Chocolate, Sweet & Nuts | Send Gift Hampers Online

Delight your loved ones in India by sending them this delicious hamper of food items as Gifts to India from Giftstoindia24x7.com. This hamper consists of a cadbury celebrations chocolate, three cadbury temptations chocolates in three flavours, a tin of haldiram gulab jamun and a bunch of cashew nuts. Entice your loved ones with these goodies.

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celebration (141.9g), haldiram gulab jamun (1kg), 1 bournville cranberry 80g, 1 bournville raisin and nut 80g, 1 bournville rich cocoa 80g, 250gm kaju

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