Mary's Gone Crackers’ journey began when Mary’s crackers started to gain popularity. Mary Waldner has always been interested in healthy foods. She soon quit her job to focus on making the best snacks full-time. Sounds crazy? Maybe that’s where Mary's Gone Crackers got their name! Mary’s products are made from sustainably-sourced, plant-based, organic, and non-GMO ingredients.
The Mary's Gone Crackers Original Crackers are made from short-grain brown rice, organic whole quinoa, organic brown flax seeds, and organic brown sesame seeds. These crackers are always organic and gluten-free. They are also baked with ingredients you can actually see. Take a closer look at a cracker and appreciate the work of art it is - a landscape of healthy ingredients.
Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice
Each serving of Mary's Gone Crackers Original Crackers has no added sugar, oils, or fat. The crackers also come in a lot of flavors like Black Pepper, Black Sesame, Jalapeno, and Herb. Mary’s also has a Thin Cracker that has all the same benefits as the original.
Go Coo-Coo for Seeds!
Some people just love seeds, you know? Are they hungry gardeners? Birds? Either way, Mary has just the snack for you! Mary’s Super Seed Classic Crackers is packed with pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and even poppy seeds.
Mary’s Gone Crackers has been a partner of the California Ricelands Waterbird Foundation for 17 years. The California Rice Commission is the source for all the rice the company uses to produce its Original, Super Seed, and Real Thin crackers. Through these two foundations, the company was able to help transform acres of rice fields into seasonal wetland habitats for waterbirds.
Are Mary's Crackers healthy?
Mary’s Gone Crackers started out because there was a lack of healthy snacks in the market. With ingredients like short-grain brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds, and sesame seeds, it’s safe to say that Mary's crackers are some of the tastiest healthy options around.
Are the crackers high in fiber?
They don’t have high fiber content. Each serving of about 13 crackers has about .11 ounces of dietary fiber. If you’re wondering, the ideal dietary fiber intake should be 0.88 to 1.06 ounces a day - and it should be through food consumption, not through supplements.
Are Mary’s Crackers Processed?
Mary's Gone Crackers products are minimally processed from ingredients that are consciously and sustainably sourced. They make healthy choices in order to leave the planet healthy as well.
Are Mary's Gone Crackers baked or fried?
Mary’s crackers are baked!
What Makes the Crackers Different from Other Brands Out In The Market?
Mary's Gone Crackers products are minimally processed from ingredients that are consciously and sustainably sourced. The protein found in their snacks is all sourced from plants. Mary's Crackers are also non-GMO, organic, and vegan.
The Boxes Look Different. What Happened?
Mary’s recently changed the look! The recipe remains untouched, the same over the years! It’s the same, much-loved snack that fans all over have come to know and love.
Seeds? Brown Rice? What Will the Crackers End Up Tasting Like Though?
Healthy snacks have a stigma of being bland, tasteless, and just not good. From the start, Mary Waldner knew about the reputation of healthy foods and snacks. So, that’s what prompted her to try making her own healthy AND tasty snack. Thanks to its four signature ingredients, which are brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds, and sesame seeds, the crackers have a toasty taste. Dare we say… umami? They’re a satisfying snack to bring with you for road trips, plane rides, and even picnics!
What do you eat with Mary's Crackers?
Anything you want, really. These are great on their own, but you can have them with some dips and spreads (maybe with a layer of peanut butter)!