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Perfect for platters and parties, Carr's Crackers offer sophisticated flavor, texture, and aroma. With Carr’s you can count on a combination of quality ingredients and refined taste that have kept this rich English heritage alive for more than 160 years.
Thin, crispy, and baked golden brown, Carr's Table Water Crackers are a perfect addition to any gathering. Perfect with cheeses, spreads, and garnishes, Carr's Table Water Crackers make the occasion.
The story of Carr’s Biscuits began during the British Industrial Revolution, when Jonathan Carr formed a small bakery in the city of Carlisle, England in 1831. The business thrived, and became so popular that only 10 years later it was granted Queen Victoria’s Royal Warrant, an award that has been granted to Carr’s by British royalty continuously since that time.
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Crackers were out-dated when they arrived according to the date label at the end of each box. One box of crackers was stale. I will not order this product again.Published 3 months ago by Evelyn Denning
I have always loved these crackers but this is the first time I am getting them online. I am pretty sure I will be getting these again through amazon. Read morePublished 16 months ago by darkrose
But good taste, so will still give 4 stars. Unfortunately...Product arrived in large box with loose packing material, allowing the crackers to bang around and hit each other and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jd Elliot
If you want the topping to shine, this is the cracker you need. I love these with flavored or layered toppings: cranberry goat cheese, garlic cream cheese topped with smoked... Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by L. Mountford
We love crackers at my house. The Carr's product is thin and crunchy with a subtle flavor. It allows the topping to be the star. And, best of all... no HFC, no Soy, no sugar. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by J. Adamo