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Product NameDanish Baby Spareribs
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Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003UT8GLI
Long DescriptionThe first four letters of the alphabet appear on the pastel blue cardboard ''block'', and each block arrives with a matching, soft satin imprinted ribbon and bow that says ''It's a Boy!'' and a ''For You'' tag. ~ ~ Stock each block full of chocolates, Jordan almonds, your favorite candy or another tantalizing treat. ~ ~ The blocks measure 2'' square and are sold in sets of 24. ~ ~ Assembly required.
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