Late July Organic Bite Size Cheddar Cheese Crackers, 5-Ounce Boxes

Real organic mild cheddar cheese crackers are USDA organic. While carefree mid-summer days inspired our name, the lover of family inspired our ideals. On any given day you can find three generations at work including my father and cofounder, mother, husband, aunt and three year old son, the boy on the front and the biggest fan of our bite size organic crackers. As a mother, I’m constantly in the position where I need to give my son a snack on the go, but, I’m not willing to sacrifice the quality of the ingredients for convenience. The bite size crackers were developed with him in mind. Our family hopes you enjoy them. The organic ingredients in our Bite Size Cheddar Cheese Crackers are produced without synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, genetic engineering, antibiotics or added growth hormones. They also contain real organic cheddar cheese, no trans fats, no hydrogenated oils, no corn syrup, no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no preservatives and are kosher and are lacto (dairy) vegetarian. And with our new company, Late July Organic Snacks, we’ve taken that dedication to a higher level by using organic ingredients. We are independently owned, family operated and all our products are certified USDA organic.

Quick facts

  • 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

Top reviews

Bunch of Munch

These delicious mini-crackers are small enough to grab a satisfying handful. Yep, it’s got all the organic requisites, organically-fed cows whose lips never taste hormones or antibiotics (well, maybe these are injected, I don’t know), and the crackers contain non-hydrogenated, trans-fat free organic palm oil.

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.

ValarieGeorgetown, MA

got some poorly formed crackers

We liked this product and so bought bulks from Amazon. This was our second box of 12. Now we find quite some crackers are in clumps which are not fully baked due to their size. These days machines should have automatic senors that can reject the poorly formed crackers. It makes me wonder the condition of the factory and how organic products are qualified.
MaximinaHemingway, SC

Great Product

These crackers are the best I’ve found, and my husband has tried them all. I’m the organic nut and I’ve slowly been converting him from conventional to organic. I’ll compromise, but he won’t, so whatever organic products I give him have to be as good as or better than what he’s accustomed to, and Late July crackers fit the bill.
MerissaSagamore Beach, MA

Crackers are 75% burnt.

I’m not sure whether these are factory seconds or what, but I was very dissatisfied to find that every single box was primarily burned crackers. Most were dark brown and tasted awful. Very disappointed. 🙁
WendiWalford, IA

Better Snack

I really enjoy these crackers, which are USDA green labeled organic. At least I know they aren’t loaded with very questionable ingredients.
RoxannIndustry, TX

Better (and better for you) than Cheez-Its

I have loved Cheez-Its since I was a kid and was very skeptical that an organic cheese cracker could taste as good. Well, these taste as good if not better and are organic and, although I did not compare the nutritional information, they seem less oily. The only problem is, they are just as addictive, so buyer beware.
CammyNevada City, CA

Love the texture

I love the texture of these crackers and the cheese flavor, but I gave it four stars opposed to five because they were quite salty. Too salty for my taste, but once I start to eat them it’s hard to stop (kind of like the oh so good potato chip). I would enjoy them much better and would buy them more frequently if they could loose about half of the sodium content.
GildaRidgefield, WA

5 Stars for Organics

The amount provided is just too much for my baby to finish in 2 years. But he loves it when we travel. The labeled ingredients sound great and the crackers are tasty.
BoydRogers, TX

Great Snack or Treat for Entire Family

I bought a case of these for my son – he’s a toddler – and my husband and I have wound up snacking on them too. I think it’s sort of hard to come up with a large assortment of quick-n-easy, 100% organic, nutritionally alright snacks these days in a super busy household and the Late July products make it simple.
ShawnaMount Vernon, KY