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Reese Tartar Sauce With Capers & Dill, 8 oz (Pack of 6)

One serving costs about $1421

approx. $14.21

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The price of a product varies depending on the store, location, current sales, etc., but this product usually costs roughly 17 cents. This amounts to $0 per serving. If you're still making up your mind, you might want to take a look at these products too: Beaver Brand Gourmet Seafood Tartar Sauce, 11.5 oz, Nalley Tartar Sauce, Frisch's Original Tartar Sauce, 16 fl oz (Pack of 12), and Beaverton Foods Inglehoffer Tartar Sauce, 8.25 oz. Attention budgeters: the following products are cheaper than Reese Tartar Sauce With Capers & Dill, 8: Golden Dipt: Original Tartar Sauce, 8 Oz, Duke's Tartar Sauce, 8 oz. jar, Nalley Tartar Sauce, and McCormick Tartar Sauce.

31 Ingredients

soybean oil, water, cucumbers, white distilled vinegar, eggs, salt, high fructose corn syrup, lemon juice, onions, mustard seed, sugar, spices, modified corn starch, xanthan gum, garlic, sodium benzoate and sorbic acid (preservatives), dill weed, citric acid, celery, capers, peppers (green bell, red chili and red bell), parsley, natural flavors, calcium disodium edta (retains product freshness), turmeric, paprika

This product should be msg free, no artificial colors, peanut free, no artificial flavors, vegetarian, no artificial ingredients, nut free, dairy free, and gluten free.

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Nutritional Information

150 Calories
0.0g Protein
16g Total Fat
1g Carbs
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