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Default Price difference.

For the guy who likes at least 80%,I can say,try 80% bar from
Franscisco Bresco,a Spanish brand,which sells,either direct,but only
with bank transfer,which is very expensive for me,(Euros
32.00,commission,for Euros 119.50 total invoice),or from some German
sellers,like Gourmondo,which sells by card,but wants Euros 4.99 for a
100g bar,plus postage.
I think that you like it.

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