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  1. Gluten Free Potato Crackers Quick View

    Gluten Free Potato Crackers

    This version is made with potato and does not contain gluten. Read More
  2. Firehook Crackers Quick View

    Firehook Crackers

    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
  3. Bloody Mary Potato Chips Quick View

    Bloody Mary Potato Chips

    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. Each bag contains 2.5 servings, but good luck sharing them--they're that good. Read More
  4. Rip Rap Crackers Quick View
  5. Effie's Homemade Cakes Quick View

    Effie's Homemade Cakes

    Lightly sweet, flaky with butter and thick and crunchy, you could scarf Effie's like cookies with a piping hot cup of tea. But get creative and rock these with salty blues or stinky washed-rinds for an unusual dessert, alongside slices of crisp apple. Read More
  6. Raincoast Crisps Quick View

    Raincoast Crisps

    A cracker that can hold its own; that’s what we asked for and that’s what we got. Made by Leslie Stowe in Vancouver, Canada, these hearty, sturdy crisps are baked in small batches, with so much goodness, we can’t keep our favorite cheeses and dips away from them. Read More
  7. Roots Crackers Quick View

    Roots Crackers

    Former restaurateurs, Clark and Ana Mitchell, moved from New Jersey to Asheville, NC, intending to launch a restaurant, but discovered along the way that their crackers and baked goods instantly won over the community at local farmer’s markets. Never will you find two people more excited about crackers than Ana and Clark, and you can taste their enthusiasm and dedication in every crispy, crunchy bite. Give the crack(er) heads what they want! Read More
  8. Savory Crisps Quick View

    Savory Crisps

    Don’t stand in the way of me and my cheese, man. Don’t worry! These delicate crisps will not. Read More
  9. Jan's Farmhouse Crisps Quick View

    Jan's Farmhouse Crisps

    If you turned an amazing house party into a cracker, this is what you’d get: fruity, nutty, flavorful personality that you’ll be talking about tomorrow. Read More

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