Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers | Gourmet Food Gift Ideas | Made in WA
Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers | Gourmet Food Gift Ideas | Made in Washington
Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers | Gourmet Food Gift Ideas | Made in Washington
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Enriched Unbleached Flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Buttermilk (cultured low fat milk, sodium citrate, salt, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D3), Expeller Pressed Non-GMO Canola Oil, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Topping Salt, Baking Soda. CONTAINS: Wheat and Milk.

Kent, Washington

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As a young adult in the early 1970s, running a first-of-its-kind bakery and deli in downtown Seattle, Marian Harris couldn't find just the right crackers to provide the perfect accompaniment to her homemade soups and salads. So — see where this is going? — she developed her own recipe and...

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Partners - Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers

$5

SKU: 8-16904

Quantity

Seasoned with a touch of sea salt, our Olive Oil Sea Salt snack crackers are simply delicious and can be served with whatever your heart desires, from hummus to the fanciest cheeses. One 4 oz box.

Enriched Unbleached Flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Buttermilk (cultured low fat milk, sodium citrate, salt, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D3), Expeller Pressed Non-GMO Canola Oil, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Topping Salt, Baking Soda. CONTAINS: Wheat and Milk.

Kent, Washington

Partners

As a young adult in the early 1970s, running a first-of-its-kind bakery and deli in downtown Seattle, Marian Harris couldn't find just the right crackers to provide the perfect accompaniment to her homemade soups and salads. So — see where this is going? — she developed her own recipe and...

Learn More