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Whole grain rye flour, Sourdough, Oat Flakes, Whole grain wheat flour, Whole grain oat flour, Whole grain barley flour, Yeast, Barley malt extract * (Sunflower Lecithin), Salt
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Reviews For Multi Grain Crispbread
Based on 9 Reviews
stays crispy even in hot humid summer
I forgot how much I love this stuff until I saw it on Thrive. Would be great if additional flavors could be offered.
Not as spicy as rye crisps so works well with a variety of toppings.
Great with Hot Soups and Stews
A bit too hard for appetizer-dipping or spreads. Great tasting and softer with Hot Soups and Stews and Chili, too.
Wasa Multigrain Crisp Bread
My son loves this in place of taco chips
These are awesome! I love the fade and texture, fantastic with a creamy cheese like laughing cow. Even my 3 yr old loves them.
Great taste and super price!!
Biggest Crispbead co in the world
Wasa is this huge company in Sweden, and they've been making great products for almost a 100 years. I really like this multigrain flavor, it has a whole grain taste and it's like eating a really crispy piece of whole wheat bread. Wasa also makes a sesame crispbread that is really good, as well as a 7 grain that's also delicious. I don't get the same digestive problems eating these that I do with some other whole grain products.
- JH. McQuillen
Healthy crispy bread
This has all natural ingredients like rye flour, sourdough, whole grain wheat flour and oat flakes. It's crispy, filling and has a great taste. I eat it without anything on it, but you can add any toppings you like, though something healthy is probably a good idea since these are already low in fat, salt and high in fiber. They are a great alternative to wheat thins or crackers, and just two pieces will fill you up and stop all that unhealthy in-between meal snacks.
- Carolyn Danner
Outstanding for healthy snacking or as a light lunch. Goes well with many different spreads. Very crunchie. If you choose a healthy spread it is satisfying and guilt free.
- Tom Harron
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