Thins, Italian Herb

4.5 oz box

Retail Price: $4.49

Our Price: $3.25 (Save 28%)

4.5 oz box

Why You’ll Love It

We went back into the kitchen to play and after some inspired work and lots of fun, Mary's Gone Crackers® THINS were born! We created some big new flavors using an amazing array of gluten free flours made from sprouted buckwheat, sprouted black beans, amaranth, mesquite, sorghum and more! Our journey to healthy deliciousness continued as we added chia seeds, quinoa flakes and a variety of herbs and spices packing our new THINS with flavor and whole food goodness in every bite. A familiar look and texture...but oh so different! Our passion for real, gluten-free, organic and vegan food makes it easy to eat healthy, guilt-free and sometimes, even with your mouth open - depending on how much you just can't stop smiling! -Mary Waldner
SKU: 897580000731

About This Brand

Mary’s Gone Crackers is a bona fide sensation. They’ve sold over 8 million boxes of their iconic gluten-free crackers in over 10,000 stores across the nation, and the sales seem to only be growing. They’ve done exceedingly well for a small company from Northern California, and actually started out as a passion project. The company was born when the founder, Mary Waldner, was sick. Although, she didn't quite know what the problem was. From an early age, Waldner felt sharp and discomforting pains in her stomach after eating a meal, and it only grew worse over the years, leaving her tired, anxious, and depressed. Waldner went to doctors and medical specialists, but they couldn’t seem to figure out what was wrong. They thought her immense stomach pains were psychosomatic, a false illness she invented in her head, making her feel even worse. The pain that Waldner felt was real, but medical experts didn’t believe her. Fast forward to the mid 90s and Waldner is at an...
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Mary's organic Thins gluten free blend (tapioca starch*, sorghum flour*, potato starch*, brown rice flour*, whole grain quinoa flakes*, mesquite flour*, sprouted black bean flour*, sprouted buchwheat flour*, amaranth flour*), filtered water, palm fruit oil* (palm fruit oil* and extra virgin red palm oil*), tapioca syrup*, chia seeds*, coconut palm sugar* (from coconut palm flower nectar), safflower oil* and/or sunflower oil*, sesame seeds*, sea salt, garlic powder*, sodium and ammonium bicarbonate (for leavening), rice bran extract*, Italian herb blend* (basil leaves*, thyme leaves*, oregano leaves*, sage powder*), xanthan gum, rosemary extract, and black pepper*. *Organic

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Serving Size 4.5 Servings Per Container 13 Crackers (30g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories 140 Calories from Fat 50

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 6g 9%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 220mg 9%
Total Carbohydrate 21g 7%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Sugars 3g
Protein 2g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2%
Iron 6%

Manufactured in a peanut free facility on equipment that produces products containing wheat, gluten, soy, milk and tree nuts.

Reviews For Thins, Italian Herb

Based on 11 Reviews

Lovely Taste and Texture!

These crackers are perfect for us. We love the texture--similar to an old favorite that we avoid now (Wheat Thins)--and the taste. I highly recommend!

- Christy

Good Flavor!

The flavor is great and although it is not your typical crack texture, I almost prefer these.

- Ashley


good for a cracker!!

- Angela

great flavor

if you've tried the regular mary's herb crackers & like them, you will like these. the texture is more like a typical cracker (softer) than the other mary's crackers. goes great with some mild white cheese.

- JM

Not the best Mary's

The regular Mary's is much better. This tastes more like a bad version of Kashi. The flavor doesn't go well with hummus or dips.

- Peter

I can't be without these crackers

Since my first bite, I've loved these crackers. I've ordered 3 additional boxes and will replenish before I get to the last box.

- Kathryn

Would not buy again

We eat Mary's crackers regularly. These tasted terrible. Funky tasting herbs. I wish i had bought them from a store so i could return the unopened box. I would not recommend.

- Joe

Amazing crackers!

These are by far my favorite brand of cracker! The flavor is like a party in your mouth :) I'll be buying more! Not to mention these are actually healthy for you!

- Heidi


These are comparable to other Italian Herb crackers you would get, they do have a slightly odd taste to them, but that's probably just me!

- Stephanie

I wish I hated these!

Crackers are my weakness so I try to stay away from them as much as possible. These are one of the best, if not, THE best, crackers I have ever tasted. Box was gone in two short sittings of solo snacking.

- Erin

Taste Great

The cracker taste great and doesn't leave a dry cardboard feeling in your mouth like other healthy crackers. They are definitely worth the price. A lot of stores don't carry them and when they do it is more expensive than Thrive Market's price. Instead of eating fatty potato chips, these are just as good and non-fatting.

- Robert

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