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Maneki Neko 3D Gummy "Limited Edition" Tub (10.58 oz)

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Original price $ 19.99
Original price $ 19.99 - Original price $ 19.99
Original price $ 19.99
Current price $ 9.99
$ 9.99 - $ 9.99
Current price $ 9.99

Maneki Neko (Lucky Cat) have arrived! These kawaii (cute) kitties in three mouthwatering tropical flavors are ready to welcome fortune into your life! They are almost too cute to eat! Each gummy Neko has its paw raised to beckon prosperity and success! Keep them for yourself or share with friends and family to usher in good luck for all!

Flavors: Pineapple, Lychee, Plum Ume

Packaging: Reuseable plastic tub shaped like Maneki Neko. This is a Limited Edition, single-run package. We will not be continuing this packaging once our supplies sell out.

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