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Organic wheat flour, organic peanut butter (dry roasted organic peanuts, organic palm oil, salt), organic expeller pressed sunflower oil and/or organic expeller pressed safflower oil, organic evaporated cane juice, organic palm oil, sea salt, leavening (baking soda, cream of tartar).
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Reviews For Organic Mini Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers
Based on 7 Reviews
Tiny bites of goodness 》Yum《
These crackers come in individual packs in a small box, the packages are very small so they are good for a small snack,but they are pretty good.
Best little peanut butter crackers
I ordered a big box and within a week they were all gone. Very good, healthy little snack.
Delicious & decently filling. Love to have in the cupboard
My kids beg for these
While these snack crackers are a bit pricey to buy for my kids, since they are a healthier snack I buy them whenever I can afford to because my kids literally beg for them. We put a limit on how many they can eat a day to try to stretch how long they last in our household. Luckily we only have two kids.
- Tanisha Spence
Great for kids and adults
I take these to work with me to snack on and I send them to school in the kid's lunches as well. We all love them so we keep a good stock of them on hand. That's why I love Thrive Market. The discount makes it far easier to stock up on the healthy foods and snacks we love.
- Ralph Weaver
My boys (11 yr, 6 yr, 1 yr) love these and the cheese ones. They either take it to school or eat it after school EVERY day. Occasionally, I'll eat them as well and love them too.
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