41 days ago

Healtheries brand fish oil for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

Hi everyone,
My Grandfather with dementia has bought too much bottles Healtheries brand fish oil and won't be able to use them all. This supplement is good for joint, heart, skin and brain health and is a natural source of omega 3.

We now have one jar to try and onsell. Best before April next year.
- fish oil 1500mg 270pk. The RRP at Countdown is $29, happy to sell for $20.

Links to countdown’s listings for the same product:

For more information please PM me or email me at haydenthemonkey@gmail.com for more information.

Price: $19

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