Monday, December 08, 2014

TRISCUIT LIMITED-EDITION CRANBERRY & SAGE CRACKERS REVIEW (VIDEO)

Here's a rare Christmas product that is actually healthy - Triscuit Limited-Edition Cranberry and Sage crackers. The ingredients are surprisingly simple and natural, as well, absent the usual unknown and/or unpronounceable additives often found in food these days. Triscuits are also high in fiber.

But how do they taste? Watch my review to find out, and to check out the retro-holiday packaging for this cracker that has been marketed in America since 1903!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

GOD you suck!

Steve D. said...

Not really sure cranberry in a cracker is appealing. Who made cranberries the official holiday fruit anyway? Too bad it's not something more edible like apples or raspberries.

Robert Dyer said...

Steve, my sense is that these crackers are designed to have sliced turkey and/or other toppings that might go with cranberry.

Steve D. said...

Sliced turkey on a cracker? Seems like the gravy might make things messy.