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Multigrain Crackers
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Multigrain Crackers
SKU# 57235

Our Multigrain crackers are made with 7 organic super grains, are completely guilt free, and deliver a hearty crunch and bright flavor.


Servings per Box: 7 Price: $7.95
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Packed with seven amazing, good-for-you, organic super grains; spelt, cracked wheat, rye, barley, triticale, oats, and flax, our Multigrain crackers will satisfy your crunch cravings and your hunger. Plus they contain no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives and are guilt free with 2g fiber, 40 calories, and 1g fat per serving. Grab them on-the-go, pack them in lunches, or eat them whenever you're in the mood for a delicious, savory crunch. We promise they're ridiculously tasty!

Organic whole spelt flour, resistant corn starch (dietary fiber), organic cracked wheat, organic spelt, organic rye, organic barley, organic triticale, organic oats, organic flax, expeller pressed canola oil, oat fiber, sesame seeds, organic cane juice, salt, yeast.

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