Crunchy Cassava Crackers

7 reviews
Cult Crackers Crunchy Cassava Crackers
7 reviews

Crunchy Cassava Crackers

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As if their classic crackers couldn't get any better, Cult Crackers gifted us with the same crunch but upgraded with cassava flour, a.k.a. the most wheat-like of gluten-free, grain-free flours.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

Checking off all the boxes like organic, gluten-free, grain-free, high protein, and baked by hand, these cassava crackers have your back. Especially if you're just starting out on a specified diet. We're currently gifting them to all our friends.

Cult Crackers maintains high standards for their organic and gluten-free ingredients.
Organic Cassava Flour, Organic Sunflower Seeds, Organic Sesame Seeds, Organic Flaxseeds, Organic Chia Seeds, Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Hemp Seeds, Himalayan Salt

Allergens

Coconut Oil, Sesame Seeds

The pouch is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

Hive Five™ Certified

No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

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ingredient integrity

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low carbon footprint

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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rave worthy

How it does good

Packing crunch and giving back

Sustainable production doesn't always equal sustainable welfare. Cult Crackers is a shining example of a company that that begs to differ. As a women-owned, small-batch food producer, they believe in putting people and the planet first. They ensure a living wage for their employees who are women of color, and their most recent hire is from 1951 Coffee, a local employee training program that trains refugees to work in food businesses.