Glutino Gluten-Free Crackers, 5.3-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 5.3-ounce boxes(total of 31.8-ounces)
- 100% gluten and wheat free
- Light and buttery, crispy snack crackers
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About the Brand
Les Importations De-Ro-Ma, the parent company of Glutino, was founded in 1983 by Mario and Lucy DeRossi as a manufacturer and importer of gluten-free products. In 1999, the company was purchased by Steven J. Singer and David Miller, who are now acting president and executive vice-president, respectively. Under the brand Glutino, the company has produced and sold gluten-free/wheat-free breads, bagels, pizzas, and desserts throughout North America. The company also imports top European gluten-free and wheat-free pasta, biscuits, and crackers from Dr. Schar, Bi-Aglut, and Glutafin.
From the Manufacturer
May contain traces of sesame, milk and soy.
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Top Customer Reviews
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These tasted great! A bit expensive but very good and hard to tell that they were gluten free.Published on July 15, 2014 by Gary Pratt
They're kind of like a cross between a Saltine and a Ritz cracker. I think they're great for being GF.Published on November 15, 2007 by Heidi
These crackers taste like ritz crackers with less salt. They are absolutely wonderful. My husband who is not one that likes to spend money on gluten free products (as the person... Read morePublished on October 23, 2007 by glutinick
These crackers are great, however I would buy elsewhere. Having to buy an entire case at one time is inconvenient and when they arrived their shelf life was due to expire in less... Read morePublished on January 5, 2007 by Susan
My family really loves these crackers.
The only drawback is the price, which is a little expensive, but less at Amazon than anywhere else. Read more