Dare Breton Reduced Fat & Salt 8oz

Flavor:Reduced Fat and Salt  |  Size:Pack of 12 Product Description Breton Reduced Fat and Salt Crackers are so delicious, you won’t believe that they’re good for you, too! It’s hard to say no to the flavorful taste that’s paired with the unique, tender-crisp texture and all of the goodness of wheat. Plus, they are made with 70% less fat and 35% less sodium than Breton Original. They are your go-to reduced fat crackers that are great with breakfast, lunch or dinner. Made with wheat flour, wheat germ, and what bran, these Dare Breton Crackers are made with wholesome ingredients that you can feel good about serving to your friends and familyNot only are they delicious, but they are also made with no artificial colors or flavors. Plus, they have 0 grams of trans-fat, 0 grams of saturated fat, and no cholesterol per serving, so they are the best quick snack to always keep on hand. They have the perfect crispy, melt in your mouth texture that is perfect for enjoying plain, dipped, or topped! Dare Breton Crackers are an easy and healthy snack that are baked in a peanut-free facility, making them safe for the entire family About the Brand Dare Foods, a family-owned company, operates seven bakery plants in Canada and the United States. The company traces its roots all the way back to 1892, when Charles H. Doerr produced and sold cookies and candies from his small Ontario grocery store. Both the family and company names were changed to Dare in 1945. The company now makes cookies, crackers, and melba toast under the Bremner, Breton, Dare, and Grissol brands. Dare also bakes cookies for Canada's Girl Guides. Its Real Fruit and Juiced Up candy brands include gummies, hard candies, jelly beans, and mints. In 2004, in response to growing consumer concerns over nut-based food allergies, Dare became one of North America's first major food manufacturers to declare all of its manufacturing facilities "peanut free." Their products are currently sold throughout North America, Central America, Europe, and the Far East.

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