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Peter's Yard Crispbread-Mini Size

Price £3.50

These handmade Swedish-style crispbreads are made in the UK by artisan bakers. They are irresistibly crispy and wobbly. Perfect with soft cheeses, our favourite is St Jude.

This smaller size is perfect for those who find the original too large.

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