Which Mayonnaise or none...

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I said this before, maybe even in this thread; mayo is basically eggs, oil and a squirt of lemon juice, which are also ingredients for cake, and indeed there are tons of recipes for mayo chocolate cake, so I can see this being used in that... but absolutely nowhere else, and there's really no reason this combination should exist. "Limited edition" they say? Not limited enough.
 
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Mayonnaise with a notable twist of citrus is fairly common (to say nothing of lemon being common as an ingredient), and I have seen caramel ones before as well, truffles too, , to say nothing of

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I think what is probably more telling is that they expanded the label to cover the entire jar -- the end colouring is likely to be an unpleasant chocolate pudding if I had my guess.

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courtesy of https://news.in-24.com/news/340571.html
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