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Frontier Co-op's organic lemon pepper is a zesty combination of lemon, pepper, garlic, onion and citric acid for perking up seafood, pasta and vegetables. This convenient blend especially perks up seafood, pasta and vegetables, but can be used on any dish needing an extra peppery zip.
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Lemon peel, black pepper, garlic, onion, citric acid.
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