NY Shuk Za'atar Crackers

NY Shuk Za'atar Crackers

Hayden Flour Mills

NY Shuk Za'atar Crackers

Hayden Flour Mills

Middle Eastern spices stand boldly, hand in hand with heritage wheat in this anything-but-boring cracker.

Sustainable goodness

Hayden Flour Mills relies on ancient, drought-resistant grains. These grains require very little water, and the farmers use a solar paneled stone mill. The process produces a very small carbon footprint.

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Why we love it

If you have a zest of life, these crackers are for you. They've got zest, too. Along with traditional za'atar leaves, sumac, sesame, and roasted chickpeas. And of course, heritage wheat. The flavorful seasoning lives in harmony with the classic crunch of this cracker. We think these crackers would be equally at home on a cheese plate or as a snack on their own.

Ingredients

Allergens:

Wheat, Seeds

Shipping

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How it does good

A smaller footprint from seed to table

Farming grains can consume a lot of resources. So when the founders of Hayden Flour Mills started their mill, they were determined to make it more sustainable and better for everyone. By choosing ancient, drought-resistant grains, Hayden Flour Mills is able to reduce the amount of water they use while farming. Since environmentally conscious practices are built right into the company's mission, they've also created the only solar paneled stone mill in the U.S. And they're going even further by cleaning their grains on the same campus as their mill, making their carbon footprint even smaller.

  • supporting key causes

    Hayden Flour Mills grows all their grains in Arizona. They're working with chefs, farmers, and conservationists to revive Arizona's grain economy. And their milling process sends byproducts to feed local farm animals. That helps farmers and reduces waste.
  • responsible sourcing

    The indigenous White Sonora wheat seeds are sourced from Native Seeds, an Arizona research group that works with tribes to retain the edible plan varieties native to the state.
  • low carbon footprint

    Using ancient grains that require minimal water and a mill that runs on solar power allows Hayden Flour Mills to minimize their carbon footprint.

How to use it

Top with olives, goat cheese, or a simple dip. We recommend adding these to your cheese plate.

When you're done...

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About the Brand

Hayden Flour Mills

Hayden Flour Mills

The legend goes that in 1868, Charles Hayden was making his way up North when he was waylaid by dangerously high waters on the Salt River. While waiting for the waters to subside, he stood on top of Tempe Butte and looked out on the fertile land surrounding him, envisioning an ideal spot to establish Hayden Flour Mills. More than 100 years later, Hayden Flour Mills is re-creating Mr. Hayden’s vision. By growing the same heritage grains on the same land, they are bringing back a time when flour was non-hybridized, minimally processed and flavorful.
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