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Glutino recently came out with flavored varities of their "Ritz" style crackers. They come in Cheddar, Vegetable and Multigrain. I figured I would try the Vegetable first and see how they are. I'm going back for more!!! They are delicious! Even better than just the plain flavor ones. I think next I'll try the Multigrain.

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The multigrain ones are yummy. I like the veggie ones also but the multigrain are even better. I cannot get the cheddar ones! They sell out before I can get back to the store! I found the plain ones ( like saltines) but haven't opened them yet! I ate the multigrain in four sittiings!

A great find.......

mamaw

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I've tried the regular and the cheese variety and generally like them. As with many of these things, they are cheaper if you buy a box of six packages from Amazon. What I'm finding is that very few of these crackers make it to me intact. I'm wondering if that is just the nature of these crackers or if it has to do with the Amazon/UPS handling? Anyone getting these in anything other than broken pieces?

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I've tried the regular and the cheese variety and generally like them. As with many of these things, they are cheaper if you buy a box of six packages from Amazon. What I'm finding is that very few of these crackers make it to me intact. I'm wondering if that is just the nature of these crackers or if it has to do with the Amazon/UPS handling? Anyone getting these in anything other than broken pieces?

We've been getting ours at Whole Foods and now Kroger . . . they are mostly intact.

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I've never had the Cheddar flavor, but I adore the vegetable and multigrain flavors. I think the multigrain may be my favorite. So good.

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I've had the plain ones and the multi-grain ones and I like them both. The multi-grain ones have an anise-seed flavor to them, so be aware of that; I know it's one of those flavors a lot of people dislike, but I like it. The plain ones are good alone, with stuff on them, or alongside soup.

I got a couple cases on Amazon last time they were on a good sale, and got them for about $2/box. But most of the time they're way too expensive for me. :( I eat them sparingly (knowing that they'll be expensive to replace), but next time I see a deal like that I'm getting a couple more cases.

I haven't tried the cheddar ones yet because I get the Crunchmaster brand cheese flavor (and sesame flavor) rice crackers from Costco and I'm quite happy with those.

-Elizabeth

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I actually have an unopened box of the multigrain ones in my kitchen now that I bought from Whole foods the other day..now I I can't wait to open them today, and maybe have them with some cheese or hummus!

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I find when I buy the crackers at Whole Foods they are more intact. But much cheaper at Amazon.... but many are broken. I think it is the way they are tossed around in the warehouse. Amazon handles so much of everything. I guess you get more whole crackers by buying at the store level or you buy at a better price & eat broken crackers!!!!! What a choice.......

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Oooh, I can't wait to try them!!

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