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    Laiki Red Rice Crackers

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    Laiki makes a red and black rice variety of their tasty crackers.
    Caption: Laiki makes a red and black rice variety of their tasty crackers.

    I recently discovered a new snack cracker called Laiki Red Rice Crackers, which I would recommend to anyone who likes a healthy snack cracker.

    Laiki Red Rice CrackersDespite their delicious and complex whole grain taste, they are made with only three ingredients: wholegrain red rice, sustainably farmed palm oil, and sea salt. This means that they are a very allergy-friendly snack cracker that is suitable for just about anyone, and of course they are also gluten-free.



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    A 21 gram package contains only 100 calories, and has 4% of your recommended daily fiber. They also make a black rice variety, which I plan to try next.

    For more info visit their site: laikicrackers.com.

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