Monday, May 6, 2013

Best Cracker Is Crunchmasters Gluten-Free Product Review

CrunchMasters are indeed a fantastic crunchy cracker that you may not have experienced until today. I sampled a variety of their certified gluten-free multi-grain crackersmulti-seed crackers and kids crisps, but they also have a 7 ancient grain crackers, rice crackers and large club packs as well. They are made in the USA for gluten-free consumers especially the true Celiac who is seeking a better tasting, quality and variety during their snacking needs. 

For me, a snacking beast, the Crunchmaster crackers come in handy during social events at home or should be brought to other home parties. They're specifically served best during exciting basketball, soccer and football home parties when the snacky cravings for hummus, cheese, sour cream and guacamole are always in one hand and a cocktail is in the other.

Product: Cruchmaster is the crunchies cracker on the GF market! How they precisely did this I don't quite know, but to be a certified gluten free product with this monster crunch is rare and awesome. Other gluten-free crackers snap or crunch in some form, but lack the natural flavors and mouth feel that these do, hence the name Crunchmasters.

Health: To obtain the crunchiness that stirs our body and gets the mouth to water is a joined effort from seeds and grains not just from corn or rice which are simply not the healthiest grains and the recipe of outdated gluten-free products. Crunchmaster blends rice, sesame, quinoa, amaranth and flax seeds to name a few. They have multi-seed cracker, multi-grain crackers, multi-grain crisps and 7 grain. They use the best quality seeds and grains and avoid all preservative and unnatural ingredients. Awesome.

Packaging: Crunchmaster crackers are purchased in tall boxes, sleeves, resealable zip pouches or large club packs which make it both convenient and easy to keep them fresh, if they last more than a football game or dinner party hors d'oeuvres.  Each package showcases a beautiful image of the product along with details of all the ingredients.  Nothing is hidden!

Purchase In May: Why? Crunchmaster cares about the core of the gluten-free movement more than most... Those diagnosed with Celiac Disease, an auto immune disease, birthed the market need for eating strictly on a gluten-free diet and Cruchmaster wants to help. They're donating 10 cents to the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center in May 2013 up to $10k.

Recommended to Celiacs: 5 out of 5
Recommend to Anyone: 5 out of 5

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