Foods Alive Mexican Harvest Flax Crackers

$9.45


Mexican Harvest Flax Crackers contain garlic, onion, and tomato mixed with just the right blend of Mexican spices. This provides your taste buds with a slightly spicy and extremely flavorful south of the border taste.


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Foods Alive’s Mexican Harvest Flax Crackers contain garlic, onion, and tomato mixed with just the right blend of Mexican spices. This provides your taste buds with a slightly spicy and extremely flavorful south of the border taste. These crackers are great by themselves, on taco salad, or with your favorite dips and spreads like guacamole, hummus, or gazpacho. These crackers are a good source of Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Vitamin B6, Manganese, and Copper; and are also high in fiber, protein, omega-3, and many other vitamins and minerals. The flax seeds in these crackers are still ALIVE? Yes, they are! Just soak them in water and then plant these bad boys in the dirt and flax plants will shoot up from the ground. Pretty nifty, aye?! These would be great for a child’s science fair project!

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