Red Rice & Quinoa Thin Stackers
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5.9 oz / $0.80 per oz
With just three ingredients, these super-slim stackers combine the chewiness of brown rice with nutty red rice and creamy-crunchy quinoa for a snappable snack that’s anything but plain.
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Crackers got their name in nineteenth-century Massachusetts, when a baker burned a batch of sailors’ rations, causing them to “crackle.” We’re thankful for happy accidents because, without that one, we wouldn’t have these flawlessly flat, gluten-free cakes, blending brown and red rice with quinoa in a versatile snack we can’t stop stacking.
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Renewable Energy
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
- Community & Economic Development
The cardboard box is curbside recyclable, and the inner plastic bag 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
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Four generations of earth-conscious farming
Domesticated over 10,000 years ago, rice comes with history. But with history comes convention, and not all convention is good. Traditional post-harvest burning releases pollutants, while unfair labor practices put impoverished rice farmers at risk. Then there are pests and irrigation issues, often resolved with harmful chemicals and water-guzzling practices. Enter Lundberg Family Farms. They’re proud of their unconventional practices, like regenerative crop rotation, conservative irrigation, natural pest management, and support for mostly local farmers. Also, instead of burning their straw, they use it to enhance their soil. Dedicated to improving (not exploiting), Lundberg Family Farms treat their producers and planet like part of the family.
low carbon footprint
For seventeen years (and counting), Lundberg Family Farms has been powered by 100% renewable energy. What they can’t get from California sunshine and wind, they offset with renewable energy credits. And if that wasn't enough, they're also zero waste.Learn More
supporting key causes
In addition to helping the planet, Lundberg Family Farms are helping entrepreneurs in developing countries through a partnership with Whole Planet Foundation, which empowers (mostly female) small business owners and their families via low-interest loans and support.Learn More
All of their products are fully traceable, fair trade, and non-GMO, and most of them are grown in California. They’re vertically integrated, so everything from planting to harvesting to packaging happens in-house. What they source comes from small farms, and they’re committed to preventing human rights violations in farming.Learn More
All of their packaging is either curbside recyclable or recyclable through TerraCycle, and 31% is made of recycled content. They’re currently working toward even more sustainable options.Learn More
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We can’t decide whether we prefer keeping it simple with a hummus dip or going a little crazy with sliced asparagus, pickled beets, and toasted pine nuts. Oh well. We’ll just have to do both.
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Delicious fresh and NOT like cardboard. Used these with different toppings.....wonderful!
Yummy...one of the best I have tried out.
These are perfect for what I wanted them for- replacing bread abs crackers. Great with guacamole and pico!
I really like the Lundberg Red Rice & Quinoa Thin Stackers. They gave me a crunchy snack that also serve as dippers in my homemade guacamole!
Good rice cakes. Perfect for a grain-free diet.