Woodstock Dried Papaya Spears
Woodstock Dried Papaya Spears come in an 9 oz. Bag and are a deliciously fruity, lightly sweetened snack. Eat our papaya spears right out of the bag for a tasty, quick pick me up. Our papaya is naturally low in sodium, is unsulphured and has no artificial preservatives. See nutrition panel for allergen information.
An excellent source of vitamin C, these papaya spears have just a touch of sugar and no sulphur added.
Country of origin : United States
is dairy free : yes
is gmo free : yes
is kosher : yes
is vegan : yes
size : 9 oz
pack of : 8
selling unit : case
Ingredients : papaya; sugar
keywords : berries;candy;chocolate;dried;mix;non;nuts
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Ingredients : papaya; sugar.