“Flackers are a good choice in the cracker department because they are made with just a few ingredients and provide extra nutrition by using flax seeds as their main ingredient,” says Michalczyk. Flax seeds are a good source of healthy fat and fiber, so these crackers are sure to keep you full.
It’s because of labor shortages and supply-chain issues, from food manufacturers to grocery stores. There simply aren’t enough people to “make the goods, move the goods and sell the goods,” says Jim Dudlicek, a representative for the National Grocers Association.
“Some crackers supply more fiber than chips or pretzels, so they may also be a more filling snack.” “And even whole-grain crackers can have as much sodium—or more—as chips, or contain added sugars.” Correspondingly, are crackers considered junk food?
Some crackers are salty, which would be in the savory category, and others have herbs and garlic added, also savory. So crackers, as a group, can fit into either category, or they can be quite bland, going equally well with a well aged brie or peanut butter and jelly. 97 views