Crackers: Dye Content

July 10, 2011 |

Austin Cheese Crackers with cheddar cheese, since 1932; net weight 1.38 OZ, (39 g), distributed by Kellogg’s.


Austin Cheese Crackers Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content
Austin Cheese Crackers: Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content

This is another NOT very toxic food example with only 0.6 units of the Foreign Additive Impact (DDFI) and poor nutritional value of DDNF ~ 0.8. But do NOT trust the front of the label. If you look at the back side you will see that CHEDDAR CHEESE content is only 2% or LESS and you get 190 calories from fat and sugar. So WHAT are these crackers? Well, they simply are:

Is this product healthy? No, this is another fake food for you. Its risk and nutrition values are the same as those of Tic Tac. Yes, you may survive with these crackers in a basement after the End of the World but for now you have better food choices. These ridiculous Austin Cheese Crackers trick you with 2% or less of cheddar cheese. How much less, 1% or 0.5%? Ask the manufacturer. Alternatives? Consider Honey Wheat Braided Twists instead:


Honey Wheat Braided Twists
Honey Wheat Braided Twists

Free yourself from the chemical serfdom of the US food industry. Make your informed healthy food choice!

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Category: Crackers, Food Dyes Exposure

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  1. Lilian says:

    What about peanut butter crackers?

  2. benamore says:

    Kudos to you for telling me the truth about crackers.