- Case of 12,5-ounce boxes (total of 60 ounces)
- Crispy, all-natural, child-friendly bite-size crackers flavored by real cheddar cheese
- USDA-certified-organic; no trans fats or hydrogenated oils; kosher and lacto-vegetarian
- Late July brand name inspired by carefree mid-summer days when it’s family time
- Made by the Bernard family’s snack-food business (founder of Cape Cod Potato Chips ) in Hyannis, MA
Bunch of Munch
The taste is mild but you can taste the cheddar, and the texture is more flakey than hard or brittle. If you grab 30 crackers (one ounce, there are 5ounces, or 150 crackers per box), you’ll get 310 mg of sodium, or 13% of the Recommended Daily Value (RDV) for a 2,000 calorie diet. Now that’s by any means low-sodium, but you can easily eat half of that and feel you’ve had a snack. Per 30 crackers, there are 4.5 grams (g) oftotal fat, of which 1.5 are saturated, and none are trans fat. Total carbohydrates are 19g, including less than 1g of sugar, but also less than 1g of dietary fiber. Hey, noone said this is health food, but compare this to what you’re snacking on now (and that cheese gives it 3g of protein).
Full ingredients and nutritional information may be found at latejuly.com/products, but other good stuff includes organic wheat flour, organic whey, sea salt, and organic evaporated cane juice. Nothing artificial, no corn syrup, preservatives, hydrogenated oils, and they’re both Kosher and Lacto Vegetarian (gotta make sure there’s no meat in your crackers…). If that’s not enough, “Late July” is independently owned and family operated.
Mainly, though, it’s the light taste, the organic ingredients, and that enticing small size you can grab by the fistful. Full information at the above-mentioned website.