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Crunch Master Sesame Crackers

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Hi,

I've been eating Crunch Master Sesame rice crackers for months now and they are supremely delicious. BUT now they have changed their recipe!!! The packaging looks the same, but the nutritional info (salt, fat, etc) is slightly different. The taste is WAAY different. And the ingredients listed are the same as before.

I have tried calling the company (looked them up online) and the phone number was disconnected. Actually, I was only able to find the "distributor" whose number was disconnected. I have no idea who makes them and the purported crunchmaster.com site was not working.

They do make non gluten-free crackers too, and I am concerned that this new version of cracker may be contaminated, as I had some recent glutening, these taste weird, and are suspect. **Can anyone help?**

Merika

(really really missing the old version....)

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My first thought on this is that the company is either out of business, or in serious financial trouble. So, they might have sold the rights to someone else who simply used the same label with minor modifications. However, if the product itself is now made by someone else, there's no telling how different it will be. Companies cut corners so often I would not be surprized if they just slapped the label on them to meet shipping deadlines before they updated the ingredients list.

I think I found something on this. It looks like the parent company is Unified Products.

Here's some info:

http://www.bakingbusiness.com/bs/channel.asp?ArticleID=17519

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Hi Riceguy,

Thanks for the link. Unified Products is who I called....and the publish date on the article link was 1999, so I guess the factory's not new....I'm gonna try calling information again next week....cause the new CrunchMasters just suck...

Merika

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Hi,

I've been eating Crunch Master Sesame rice crackers for months now and they are supremely delicious. BUT now they have changed their recipe!!! The packaging looks the same, but the nutritional info (salt, fat, etc) is slightly different. The taste is WAAY different. And the ingredients listed are the same as before.

I have tried calling the company (looked them up online) and the phone number was disconnected. Actually, I was only able to find the "distributor" whose number was disconnected. I have no idea who makes them and the purported crunchmaster.com site was not working.

They do make non gluten-free crackers too, and I am concerned that this new version of cracker may be contaminated, as I had some recent glutening, these taste weird, and are suspect. **Can anyone help?**

Merika

(really really missing the old version....)

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Hi,

I've been eating Crunch Master Sesame rice crackers for months now and they are supremely delicious. BUT now they have changed their recipe!!! The packaging looks the same, but the nutritional info (salt, fat, etc) is slightly different. The taste is WAAY different. And the ingredients listed are the same as before.

This is the web address: http://www.crunchmaster.com/

The on line store : http://crunchmaster.elsstore.com/

You can order online or use the store locator to find out if there is an outlet near you.

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