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Nestl� launches Walnut Whips without any walnut as price of key ingredient soars
Nestl� has created a new range of Walnut Whips that do not contain one crucial ingredient: walnuts. The company said the new line will cater to a broader range of people with differing tastes.
Walnut Whips to have walnuts removed and will be renamed in latest chocolate ...  
The new Walnut Whips don't have walnuts on top  
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