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  1. Potter's Sun-Dried Tomato Crisps Quick View

    Potter's Sun-Dried Tomato Crisps

    $8.99/EA
    Peter Potter & his mother Nancy source organic ingredients from farmers & millers throughout Wisconsin, then craft these addictively crunchy, tasty crackers at their bakehouse in Madison - perfect for your inner cheesehead. Available in Classic White, Applewood, Gluten Free Oat, Onion, and Sun-Dried Tomato. Read More
  2. Potter's Onion Crisps Quick View

    Potter's Onion Crisps

    $8.99/EA
    Peter Potter & his mother Nancy source organic ingredients from farmers & millers throughout Wisconsin, then craft these addictively crunchy, tasty crackers at their bakehouse in Madison - perfect for your inner cheesehead. Available in Classic White, Applewood, Gluten Free Oat, Onion, and Sun-Dried Tomato. Read More
  3. Potter's Gluten Free Toasty Oat Crisps Quick View

    Potter's Gluten Free Toasty Oat Crisps

    $8.99/EA
    Peter Potter & his mother Nancy source organic ingredients from farmers & millers throughout Wisconsin, then craft these addictively crunchy, tasty crackers at their bakehouse in Madison - perfect for your inner cheesehead. Available in Classic White, Applewood, Gluten Free Oat, Onion, and Sun-Dried Tomato. Read More
  4. Potter's Classic White Crisps Quick View

    Potter's Classic White Crisps

    $8.99/EA
    Peter Potter & his mother Nancy source organic ingredients from farmers & millers throughout Wisconsin, then craft these addictively crunchy, tasty crackers at their bakehouse in Madison - perfect for your inner cheesehead. Available in Classic White, Applewood, Gluten Free Oat, Onion, and Sun-Dried Tomato. Read More
  5. Potter's Applewood Crisps Quick View

    Potter's Applewood Crisps

    $8.99/EA
    Peter Potter & his mother Nancy source organic ingredients from farmers & millers throughout Wisconsin, then craft these addictively crunchy, tasty crackers at their bakehouse in Madison - perfect for your inner cheesehead. Available in Classic White, Applewood, Gluten Free Oat, Onion, and Sun-Dried Tomato. Read More
  6. Firehook Crackers Quick View

    Firehook Crackers

    $8.99/EA
    The first American crackers are said to have been invented in 1792 when Theodore Pearson of Newburyport, Massachusetts made a bread product from just flour and water that he called Pearson's Pilot Bread. It was an immediate success with sailors because of its shelf life. This was the first cracker bakery in the United States, and produced crackers for more than a century. These crackers do not contain preservatives or artificial ingredients and have a shorter shelf life than many other crackers. For this reason Firehook makes each batch of crackers after their order has been received to ensure freshness. Read More
  7. New Bloody Mary Potato Chips Quick View

    McClure's
    Bloody Mary Potato Chips

    $2.99/EA
    These bright red Bloody Mary-spiked chips will knock your socks off...and make you reach for another pickle back. Made by McClure's (pickle makers extraordinaire, and producers of the Bloody Mary mix that redefined Bloody Mary mix), they're thick-cut and kettle-cooked, making them perfectly crisp and crunchy. A liberal seasoning of tomato, garlic, and paprika gives them their zingy, tangy, spicy taste. These personal sized bags are just right, and you're definitely not going to want to share. Read More
  8. Rip Rap Crackers Quick View
  9. Castleton Crackers Quick View

    Castleton Crackers

    $7.99/EA
    The story goes that back in the 1800’s, a Massachusetts baker set out to make a thinner, more portable version of hardtack for soldiers and travelers. He rolled out dough, baked it, then “cracked” the crip bread by hand, giving us the first crackers. Read More

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