Greek Organic Red Saffron Filaments, 1g

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Greek organic red saffron filaments are distinguished for their excellent flavour and are considered to be amongst the finest in the world. Use a small quantity adding flavour, colour and aroma to pasta, rice, soups, sauces, poultry, meat and fish. Filaments in 1g packs.

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