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Bokomo Corn Flakes are made in the traditional way using only the finest sun-ripened maize. Each crispy serving is high in vitamins and minerals, and overall low in fat. What a delicious way to start a day!  
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Bokomo Corn Flakes


Bokomo Corn Flakes are made in the traditional way using only the finest sun-ripened maize. Each crispy serving is high in vitamins and minerals and overall low in fat. What a delicious start to the day!

Bokomo Corn Flakes 300 g

Product Code300
Unit Size300 g
Unit Barcode6001052001636
  
  
Case Barcode56001052001631
Case Config1 x 24 x 300 g
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Bokomo Corn Flakes 500 g

Product Code2153
Unit Size500 g
Unit Barcode6001052001506
  
  
Case Barcode36001052002306
Case Config1 x 28 x 500 g
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Bokomo Corn Flakes 750 g

Product Code320
Unit Size750 g
Unit Barcode6001052001650
  
  
Case Barcode16001052002456
Case Config1 x 10 x 750 g
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Bokomo Corn Flakes 1 kg

Product Code4073
Unit Size1 kg
Unit Barcode6001052002459
  
  
Case Barcode16001052002456
Case Config1 x 10 x 1 kg
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Bokomo Corn Flakes Chocolate 400 g

Product Code46241
Unit Size400 g
Unit Barcode6001052010355
  
  
Case Barcode16001052010352
Case Config1 x 12 x 400 g
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