All-Bran Crackers, Muti-Grain, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)
- 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
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Top Customer Reviews
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:
Overall, I highly recommend these crackers!
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!!!
Thank you. Maggie and her grandma
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These cracker are the BEST; the portion is 17 for 130 calories,5 grams of fiber, are priced low and they taste GREAT! Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by Terri
Please bring then back!!! These are the tastiest crackers out there. So please bring them back. I've been lookindg for a replacement but there is none. I love these crackers.Published on August 27, 2012 by KM
I am addicted to these little crackers. They are so good and like other reviewers have said they are the best crackers ever. It is becoming hard to find them. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by vstevens
If you're going to snack, this provides a nice dose of fiber over other snack crackers (e.g., Cheez-its) without tasting like cardboard. Read morePublished on October 23, 2008 by KES
A great way to get your fiber. Has a great taste and are crunchy. There is also another flavor by this brand. It is garlic flavor. That too is another great cracker.Published on July 11, 2008 by Michelle Polk