What to Look for in a Healthy Cracker

Whole grain should be the top ingredient, sugar non-existent, and sodium at the bottom.

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Crackers come in a wide variety of flavors, from salty to sweet, to crunchy, nutty, and cheesy; however, just because they are crackers doesn’t mean they are healthy. For the

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