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Annie's Homegrown, Organic Baked Crackers, Cheddar Classics, 6.5 oz (184 g)

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4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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Less cheesy and salty than a Ritz cracker

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Posted by PurplePegasus on Apr 03, 2012

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But this would be its closest reproduction in organic foods. After 3 crackers I no longer miss the extra salt and cheesiness; they taste pretty good, less addictive than the Ritz and I will probably buy some again, although these have no fiber because they're not made with whole grain. As shown in the photo, these are larger than the mini cheddar bunnies (those taste like gold fish crackers). Good size package. They come sealed in a foil pouch inside the box that is coated with plastic on the inside so no aluminum touches the bunnies. Please note: they are not all bunny heads. I got mostly ovals, abstract shapes (a cross between an X and a butterfly) and flat wide hearts. So if you were planning an Easter or bunny-themed party, you need to know that the bunny shapes are few and far between, at least in my box, they might have all settled at the bottom.

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Cheese crackers!

Posted by Reviewer1104062 on Jul 01, 2012

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Better than Cheez-its!

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