Rosemary Pita Chips

6 reviews
Brewer's Rosemary Pita Chips
6 reviews

Rosemary Pita Chips

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With a delicious pairing of herby rosemary and natural salt, these pita chips will add a delightful crunch to any recipe. But they're pretty amazing on their own, too.
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  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher Dairy
  • Vegan

Who knew upcycled beer grains could taste so good? These pita chips have humble beginnings, but will instantly upgrade any cheese platter. The flavors of rosemary balance well with nutty notes of roasted barley and wheat. Each bite is super flavorful and reduces food waste, which is kind of a big deal. Stock up your pantry so you always have some on hand to enhance your soups, salads, and other recipes.

Most brewers throw away leftover grains used during the beer-making process, but the grains still taste pretty good. Brewer's Crackers upcycles these grains to make delicious chips and crackers.
Wheat Flour, Sunflower Oil, Up-Cycled Brewer's Grain (Sprouted Barley, Sprouted Wheat), Sugar, Salt, Dried Rosemary, Sea Salt, Oat Fiber, Yeast.



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The bag is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
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Going with the grain

American breweries produce over 1 billion tons of edible food waste that ends up in landfills. Brewer's Crackers takes grain by-product from the beer-making process and upcycles these ingredients into flavorful, delicious crackers and chips. After all, there's no sense in wasting good grain.