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Back To Nature - Food Review

Have you seen these new items in your cracker isle?! First, you've got to try them. These past few weeks the family and I have been cracking down on our plastic consumption. We've been using glass jars n what not to store our pastas and snacks. I saw these crackers and saw they were boxed with minimal plastic and the name, "Back to Nature" on the box and it pulled me in.

So a little info on these new people in town. They started in California in the 60's. While the business has grown, our mission has never changed: Give people truly flavorful, wholesome foods made with simple ingredients.

We bought two different kinds that day, but my favorite was the Sunflower Basil. They are so tasty and can be eaten with anything. One day with peanut butter and another day as an appetizer with spaghetti. Both my girlies love them. My Eli reaches up and stands on her little toes, it's adorable! Anywho, here's some info on these awesome crackers.

Sunflower Basil Snack Crackers

These delectable crackers are an expertly paired combination of crunchy sunflower kernels and fragrant basil. A touch of olive oil, sea salt and a dash of black pepper complete the delicious taste you'll absolutely love.

Sunflower Basil Snack Crackers
  • No cholesterol
  • 0g trans fat
  • No hydrogenated oils
  • No artificial preservatives, flavors or colors
So, if you're in your cracker isle and looking for something, delicious, nutrition and different, look for the Back to Nature boxes and try one today!

I was not compensated or offered free samples for this review... I just thought I'd share some info on this new products since it tastes great and good for you! If you do have a product you think my family would be interested please contact me!


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