Carman’s releases new Super Seed & Grain Crackers

Carman's Super Seed CrackersCarman’s has unveiled its new Super Seed & Grain Crackers in supermarkets.

The strong demand for gluten free, dairy free and increasingly vegan-friendly options has seen plenty of products hit the grocery shelves.

However with most gluten free snacks (particularly crackers) made from rice and tapioca flour, the selection is less than inspiring.

“Super Seed & Grain Crackers were truly a labour of love for the Carman’s team. We worked for almost two years to create such an exceptional recipe – one that satisfies what consumers were calling out for,” said Carman’s founder, Carolyn Creswell.

“I’m proud to say we did it! Carman’s new Super Seed & Grain Crackers are gluten free, dairy free, vegan friendly and have no added sugar. Plus, they’re proudly Australian made. I’m confident consumers will love the crackers as much as we’ve loved crafting them – there’s truly nothing else like them on the market!”

Carman’s offers three available flavours such as Ancient Grain & Black Pepper, a distinctive blend of quinoa, amaranth, millet, chia and linseed naturally flavoured with black pepper; Rosemary & Sea Salt, a classic aromatic cracker with a touch of salt and Pepita & Poppy Seed, featuring whole, crunchy pepitas and fibre-rich poppy seeds.

The Aussie snack company has branched out from their usual savoury products with Super Seed & Grain Crackers – crackers with a recipe based on fibre-rich seeds and grains and no added sugar. Specially crafted to contain over 75 per cent seeds and grains, plus quinoa flour.

They suggest pairing the crackers with goats cheese topped with cherry tomatoes; creamy nut butters (we love peanut and almond!); hummus topped with sliced veggies and ricotta cheese with apple or fig beetroot dip and olives.

Carman’s Super Seed & Grain Crackers are sold at $3.90 per pack (80g NET) in supermarkets.

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2 comments

  1. Merrin posted on April 2, 2018

    I've been a big fan of Carmen's biscuits. I'm gluten and dairy intolerant, this new recipe is really good softer but still crunchy, Yay!!! reply

  2. Stef posted on May 1, 2019

    These crackers are DIVINE! Thanks Carman's reply

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