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Maine Crisp Co. Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps

$9.00 / 4 oz Box
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Maine Crisp Co. Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps
  • by Maine Crisp Co
  • United States

Maine Crisp Co.’s Savory Fig & Thyme Crisps achieve a perfect balance. There’s earthy buckwheat mellowed with a touch of maple syrup. Nutty walnuts mingling with sweet dried fig. A medley of flavors in each petite, crunchy cracker. These happen to be vegan and gluten-free, but all cheese lovers will enjoy building a bite on this standout canvas. We’d choose peppery Valdeon or bright Montealva, along with a dollop of your favorite jam.

“Buckwheat and hemp make for one tasty gluten-free cracker. I love these savory crisps with any goat cheese, fresh like Capri or with a bit of age like Selles-sur-Cher.” 
Murray’s Merchandising – New York, NY 
Water, Buckwheat Flour, Diced Figs (Dusted With Rice Flour), Pure Maple Syrup, Walnuts, Hemp Hearts, Ground Walnuts, Organic Ground Flax Seed, Thyme, Balsamic, Baking Soda, Sea Salt, Black Pepper.

Allergens: Tree Nuts

  • 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.
  • Not all Maine Crisp Co. products are vegan, but these are, as they contain maple syrup instead of honey.
  • There’s a reason why these crisps have “savory” in the name—the sweetness from the maple and bits of dried fig is balanced by thyme, sea salt, and black pepper. 
  • 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, Vegan

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