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Size:1.5 Pound (Pack of 2)

Crunchy malt balls are dipped in rich dark chocolate to make these traditional dark chocolate malt balls. A melt in your mouth candy, these chocolate treats are great as a snack or as a topping for ice cream sundaes. We buy large quantities of Dark Chocolate Malt Balls and repackage them into more practical sizes for your needs and at a price that is also practical for your wallet. Our Bulk Foods are packaged in random weight measures. This means that you will receive at least as much as you ordered, but may receive slightly more product than you ordered. Buy in Bulk Quantities and Save $$$.

Bulk Dark Chocolate-Covered Malt Balls, 1.5 Lb. Bag (Pack of 2)

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