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Language: english

Discover our magical Carnation ingredients for deliciously simple desserts made with condensed milk, caramel and our new vegan condensed milk alternative.

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Important pages are Products, Recipes and About Us. In the following table you'll find the 7 most important pages of

# Description URL of the website
1. Pro­ducts /pro­ducts
2. Reci­pes /reci­pes
3. About Us /about-us
4. FAQs /faq
5. view /reci­pes/valen­ti­nes-coo­kies
6. Skip to main con­tent /#main-con­tent
7. view /reci­pes/chocola­te-cara­mel-stuffed-coo­kies

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Number of websites:about 100 - more websites using this IP address
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Language distribution:73% of the websites are english

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Webserver software: Varnish
Load time: 0.1 seconds (faster than 98 % of all websites)
HTML version:HTML 5
Filesize:177.89 KB (423 recognized words in text)

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