Jacob's Choice Grain Crackers Reviews
Product Type: Jacob's Snacks
Description:Brand: Jacob's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... which is easy to do from the addition of a little easy pull tab which breaks the packing around the crackers, there is ... more
by - written on 10/02/10, updated on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I re-joined Weight Watchers again last night. After deciding to cut out bread as it leaves me bloated to the point I don't lose any weight, I took myself off to have a wander around Asda. Searching up and down the aisles for a replacement for bread, something a bit different, low in calories and on the whole good for me, I stumbled across these. The packet is exactly the same as above, so I won't bother you with a description. Choice grain has a definate feel of being healthy and good for you. The grains included in this cracker are, wheat, barley and rye. These are not gluten free, because of the wheat, and as such, should be avoided by those ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 152 readings)
Jacobs's Choice Grain Crackers are multigrain crackers containing wheat, barley and rye. With just 32 calories per cracker, they can be enjoyed as a light, low calorie snack either for a small lunch or a night-time snack. The packet contains around 28 crackers with the price ranging from around 84p (ASDA) to 95p (TESCO), a very decent price for what you get. The crackers are of high quality with a lovely crispy texture and a thin layer of salt on the bottom of each cracker, which adds a nice bit of flavour to the tongue upon impact. The crackers are very tasty and a normal serving would probably be between 3 and 5 crackers (I go for 3 when I'm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
With suffering from sometimes feeling bloated, I'm forever trying to narrow it down to what it is I am eating to cause this. Could it be the bread, wheat, dairy ect... it is had to find out. So with trial and error I was yet again on the track of finding something new to eat for my tea. I had a run on bagels, but was now getting sick of them, so while shopping I drifted down to the crackers aisle. There are such a lot to choose from and most seem to be not far off costing a £1 a pack, so I didn't want to waste my money on the wrong ones. Now I didn't want plain cream crackers as I find them a bit boring and like to eat something that might have a slight bit of ... Read the complete review
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