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Maine Crisp Co. Cranberry Almond Crisps

$9.00 / 4 oz Box
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Maine Crisp Co. Cranberry Almond Crisps
  • by Maine Crisp Co
  • United States

Buckwheat is the gluten-free powerhouse that makes Maine Crisp Co.’s Cranberry Almond Crisps so nutty and craveable. Each bite-size cracker brims with flavor—tart cranberry, aromatic herbes de Provence, and a mosaic of almonds, pumpkin seeds, and sesame. All accompanied by a slight honey sweetness that pairs so well with cheese. The crunchy texture holds up to soft, spreadable cheeses, so arrange them on your board beside Cossanella or Forte Capra Dolce.

“The perfect crisp when you want something with a little more oomph than sea salt. I love the Cranberry Almond Crisps with a tart, crumbly fresh goat cheese and a healthy slather of jam.” 
Murray’s Retail – New York, NY 
Water, Buckwheat Flour, Organic Clover Honey, Dried Cranberries (Cane Sugar, Sunflower Oil), Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Almonds, Organic Brown Sugar, Organic Sesame Seeds, Organic Non-Fat Milk Powder, Organic Ground Flax Seed, Almond Flour, Baking Soda, Organic Herbes De Provence, Sea Salt.
  • Maine Crisp Co. uses buckwheat as the base for their crackers. Despite its name, buckwheat is not related to wheat—it's a flowering plant related to rhubarb whose seeds can be ground into flour.
  • The buckwheat flour used in these crackers is certified gluten-free, and the crisps are produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility.
  • Buckwheat more closely mimics the texture of wheat than the typical components of gluten-free crackers like rice or corn. These crunchy crackers satisfied many gluten-loving staff members at Murray’s.
  • A bit of herbes de Provence provides a background herbaceous note to these crackers. This seasoning blends flavors typical to the Provence region of southern France—marjoram, rosemary, thyme, oregano, savory, and sometimes lavender.
  • While these crisps do contain fruit and honey, the sweetness is secondary to the nutty, savory notes from the buckwheat, nuts, and seeds. 
  • There’s a reason why Maine Crisp Co.’s crackers pair so well with cheese—the company is the brainchild of cheesemaker Karen Getz.
  • After years of baking bread, Karen and her family moved to Vermont where she pursued dairy farming and cheesemaking, going on to win several awards from the American Cheese Society.
  • A move to Waterville, Maine, inspired Karen with the quality of Maine-grown buckwheat, and Maine Crisp Co. was born.
  • All Maine Crisp Co. products are wheat-free and gluten-free, crafted with buckwheat from Bouchard Family Farm in Aroostook County, Maine. 
Family Owned
Gluten Free, Non GMO, Vegetarian

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