The robust flavors of garlic, onion, and tomato combine for a flavor-packed punch of goodness! Try these savory crackers with any dish, dip, or spread and prepare to be amazed!
These crackers area a good source of iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6, manganese, and copper and are also high in fiber, protein, omega-3, and many other vitamins and minerals.
Did you know the flax seeds in these crackers are still ALIVE? Yes, they are! Just soak them in water and then plant these bad boys in the dirt and flax plants will shoot up from the ground. Pretty nifty, aye?! These would be great for a child's science fair project!
This is the perfect snack to enjoy at any time of the day. Snack right from the bag, use them like bread for nut butter, crush them up and sprinkle them on your salad, or in a casserole. The possibilities are limitless!
What is the difference between gold and brown flax seed?
Nutritionally, not much. Our reason for using golden flax seed is taste. Golden flax seed has a fresher and nuttier flavor, while brown flax seed can often have a bitter flavor.
Orders over $49 qualify forfree shipping! (Order total must be over $49 after discounts are applied). For more information please click here. If you live outside of the U.S. or in Alaska or Hawaii, pleasecontact usfor a shipping quote.
Orders are generally shipped within 24-48 business hours of being placed.However, please note that we do not ship on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.The reason we do not ship on Fridays is that we try to avoid our products sitting on a shipping truck over the weekend.
The 5-pound bulk crackers are made to order, so this productcan take up to 1-3 weeks to ship out.
If our production schedule for the 5-pound bulk crackers shows that it will take longer than 3 weeks to ship out,we will use our discretion to send you the equivalent replacement in our smaller bags instead.
Foods Alive believes the freshest and best tasting seed grows in the most nutrient-dense & mineral-rich soil. Before we purchase each batch of seed, we receive a sample and test it to make sure it sprouts and then we press it into oil to find the lightest and most pleasant-tasting one. It must pass these tests before we choose a batch of seed.