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Nature's Path Crackers: Made With Whole Wheat!

Nature's Path Crackers: Made With Whole Wheat!

Hummus has got to be one of my favorite foods. I love to dip fresh cut veggies in it, but sometimes I crave more of a crunchy and salty snack. Since I was so annoyed about those Kettle Pita Chips made with enriched flour, I was on the lookout for some crackers made with actual whole wheat flour.

Nature's Path came to the rescue. I picked up some of their Garden Veggie crackers, and the very first ingredient is organic unbleached wheat flour, and the second ingredient is organic rice flour. How lovely. The other ingredients include organic dried carrots, granulated garlic, organic dried tomatoes, and organic dried basil.

These crackers are deliciously flavorful - they could definitely be eaten alone, but make hummus and sliced cheese taste amazing. OK, but are they good for you? To find out the nutritional info and see a real picture


Serving Size 14 crackers
Calories 110
Total Fat 3.5g
Saturated Fat 1.5g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 370mg
Carbs 18g
Fiber less than 1g
Sugar 1g
Protein 3g

Did you see that? 14 crackers per serving - that's a lot of crackers for only having 110 calories. That's about 8 calories per cracker! I also like that they have some protein in them. The sodium seems a bit high for a snack, but I guess that's what makes these so incredibly tasty.

Since the RDI of sodium is 2,300 mg, I wouldn't be too concerned with 370 mg, as long as you don't exceed your daily intake, then these crackers are totally worth it. I'd definitely buy these again. Look for them at your favorite health food store. They also come in Tamari Sesame and Tamari Flax.

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ElectroPopTart ElectroPopTart 8 years
they seem like they'd be pricey...and hard to find at times...and LOW fiber...but hey they are better than doritoes!!!
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
they are reasonably priced. i love these crackers! i don't buy them often as i prefer rivita with a bit of lemon juice on them, but i second the recommendation of these crackers!
Spectra Spectra 8 years
Eh, I'm not much of a cracker person, but if that's what floats your boat, go for it!
marley11 marley11 8 years
thooose look sooo goood. im always eating crackers.
marley11 marley11 8 years
thooose look sooo goood.im always eating crackers.
Alissa1122 Alissa1122 8 years
Although the fiber thing is kind of odd, I'd still like to try these.
moonischasingme1 moonischasingme1 8 years
winniebaby, I was wondering the same thing. If it is whole wheat, why do they add the bit about being unbleached? How could it be 1g of fiber only?
winniebaby winniebaby 8 years
How can whole wheat crackers be so low in fiber? It doesn't seem like whole wheat to me... It's nice that the ingredients are organic though =)
moonischasingme1 moonischasingme1 8 years
Cool, what is the price?
moonischasingme1 moonischasingme1 8 years
Cool, what is the price?
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