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All-Bran Crackers, Muti-Grain, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)

4.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Pack of twelve, 10-ounce boxes (total of 120-ounces)
  • And each tasty serving has 20% of your daily value of fiber
  • It's a deliciously simple way to get the fiber you want

Product Description

All-bran crackers, muti-grain, 10-ounce boxes (pack of 12) are flavorful crackers with a light, crispy texture, filled with the goodness of wholesome grains. And each tasty serving has 20% of your daily value of fiber. It's a deliciously simple way to get the fiber you want.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000YFVYTC
  • UPC: 038000299957
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)

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Contains wheat and soy ingredients.

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By Dani Arteri VINE VOICE on January 20, 2008
These are probably the best crackers that I have EVER had!

First, these crackers truly ARE whole grain. Some products claim to be whole grain, but their primary ingredients include "wheat four" or "enriched wheat flour," which is NOT the same as whole wheat flour. These crackers *do* include "enriched flour," but because "whole wheat flour" is first, it's okay.

Second, there's no high fructose corn syrup in them. Yay!

Third, they're LOADED with fiber. But that can be bad--don't eat too many at once or you'll probably get really gassy and bloated, haha. On the plus side, learning the hard way may be a good way to teach portion control....

Fourth, as most importantly, they taste fantastic. To some people they may be a little salty, but I think that they're great. They have such a rich flavor! If you've ever had Kashi's TLC crackers, they somewhat remind me of those....except these are whole wheat (Kashi's arent!). These multigrain crakcers are simply superb in flavor and quality.

I don't think that Amazon's price for these crackers is the greatest. By me, the crackers often go on sale for $1.99/box. Amazon's price, as I write this review, comes to roughly $2.75/box.

Here is the nutrition info in case you are interested. If you zoom in on the info, you can clearly see the ingredients:
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Overall, I highly recommend these crackers!
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To everyone who LOVES Kelloggs All Bran Multigrain crackers,

Help!!!

These are my ( and my families) most favorite cracker, and Kelloggs is discontinuing this fabulous product.
Please, please let us band together and call and write to Kelloggs to urge them to start making these yummy high fiber crackers again.
I already call and e-mail Kelloggs several times a week.

Thank you all in advance!!!

Sincerely,

Sam657
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HELP!! We need you to make our favorite again! We love them! They are healthy, nutrious, and delicious! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE start making them again!

Thank you. Maggie and her grandma
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Please do not discontinue this cracker! it is the most amazing one on the market. It is higher in fiber than the others and, the taste is like no other. My family is the guru of crackers and they say " Don't mess with our crackers." please! Perhaps Kellogg could sell the writes to another manufacture if they don't want to continue it. It can sometimes be difficult to get kids to eat healthy, this is the answer.
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These crackers were amazing. I've been jumping from store to store for a couple months cause they kept disappearing now there are none. Turns out it's all true Kellogg's discontinued them. What a bunch of bull. This isn't the only product I get onto I like and then it gets ripped from the shelves. It's ridiculous did they ever consider their marketing when they brought it out was poor and people just didn't know it was there. Cause I don't know anyone who's tried them and didn't love them.
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These are the far and away the best crackers....my family and one of my closest friends love them. We are in distress over not being able to buy them. What the heck happened? They weren't on the market all that long? I am willing to buy cases of them just so I can have them. HELP !!!!!
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I love these crackers but I haven't been able to find them. These crackers taste really great and the carbs and weight watchers' points are low. If the sales were too low Kellogg's should look at the packaging - boring! Please keep these crackers on the market!
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We have searched in every store in evey city we visit to no avail. Is there a problem with this product? I can't understand why such an outstanding healthful product would suddenly disappear from our stores!!!

May I offer a suggestion: increase the price as necessary and if the product doesn't sell as required by retailers increase their profit (as if you haven't already thought of that)OR sell through health-stores and let the public know.
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