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Vermont Common Crackers

Our Own Vermont Common Crackers®—The Very Best Since 1828

Vermont Common Crackers

Our Own Vermont Common Crackers®—The Very Best Since 1828


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Made in our own bakery since the early 1980s, our Vermont Common Crackers have a simple and hearty taste that is a perfect complement to soup, cheese, and spreads. A staple in Vermont since 1828, they also make a fine stuffing and breading for chicken. Choose regular, bite-size, or Cheddar cheese, which are made with savory, aged Vermont Cheddar. Each of the 3 varieties is available in a 16 oz. tin, 16 oz. refill bag, or a 7.5 oz. box.

  • Made in our own bakery since the early 1980s
  • 3 varieties: regular, bite-size, cheddar
  • 3 sizes: 16 oz. tin, 16 oz. bag, 7.5 oz. box

Our Vermont Common Crackers are made with wholesome and natural ingredients the old-fashioned way.

Vermont Common Crackers

Safety Warnings

Potential allergen: product contains wheat and soy. This product is manufactured in a facility that uses peanuts.

Ingredients

This is not a Kosher food.
Regular:
Unbleached Wheat Flour, Pure Vermont Water, Non-Hydrogenated
Shortening, Sea Salt, Potato Flour, Fortified Wheat Flour, Soy Lecithin,
Yeast, Baking soda.
Cheese:
Unbleached Wheat flour, Pure Vermont Water, Vermont aged
Cheddar, Non hydrogenated shortening, Sea salt, Potato flour,
Fortified wheat flour, Baking soda, Yeast, Cayenne pepper.
Bite-Size
Unbleached Weat Flour, Pure Vermont Water, Canola Oil, Sea
Salt, Potato Flour, Fortified Wheat Flour, Soy Lecithin,
Yeast, Baking Soda.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 6 Months

Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
Regular:
Serving size: 4 Crackers (31g)
Servings per container: about 7
Calories: 150
Calories from fat: 30
Total fat3g5%
Saturated fat2g0%
Trans fat0g
Cholesterol0mg0%
Sodium240mg10%
Total Carbohydrate28g9%
Sugars<1g
Protein3g
Iron15%
Not a significant source of Cholesterol, Dietary fiber,
Vitamin A, Vitamin C or Calcium.
Cheese:
Serving size: 6 Crackers (31g)
Servings per container: about 7
Calories: 170
Calories from fat: 40
Total fat4.5g7%
Saturated fat2.5g13%
Trans fat0g
Cholesterol<5mg2%
Sodium330mg14%
Total Carbohydrate29g10%
Dietary fiber0g
Sugars<1g
Protein4g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium4%
Iron15%
Bite-Size
Serving Size:5 Crackers28g
Servings per Container:Approx 16
Calories:110
Calories from Fat:25
Total Fat:3g5%
Saturated Fat:0g0%
Trans Fat:0g0%
Cholesterol:0mg0%
Sodium:230mg10%
Total Carbohydrates:27g9%
Dietary Fiber:0g0%
Sugars:<1g
Protein:3g
Vitamin A:0%
Vitamin C:0%
Calcium:0%
Iron:15%
 
*Percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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Vermont Common Crackers 4.5 5 33 33
I LOVE these crackers This was the second time I purchased the crackers and I am so sorry they aren't available here. But then, it may be a good thing they aren't, or I'd be snacking on them all the time. They have a great taste and go with a lot of things but I enjoy them mostly just on their own. Rest assured each time I shop at Vermont Country Store, they will be on my shopping list and now that I have the tin, I only need to purchase the refills! Yum! April 15, 2014
disappointed with the taste of cheese I bought the cheese common crackers and while they were certainly fresh the cheese taste is quite disappointing in that it is very faint and tastes as if the cheese flavoring is rather bland and "old" as in not first class and I dont mean aged. Maybe it was the particular batch but it was not pleasant. One cannot tell whether it is supposed to be cheddar or another type of cheese. Since Vermont is known for cheddar I was expecting something rather spectacular in flavor. Not so. The plain crackers are superb in a chowder, with cheese or butter, peanut butter and jam. I bought the two sizes and I will order in the future. They are fresh and just perfect and what a cracker should be.I love them March 17, 2014
What are these again? Not sure exactly what a "common" cracker is, but the bite size crackers taste like a fat, hard, saltine cracker. Regrettably, the cheese crackers were awful. I ended up throwing them away. Maybe if a cracker is not something that one dips in salsa, we Texans just don't know what to do with it. March 4, 2014
the perfect cracker I recently bought a few boxes of these crackers. I already have the beautiful tin that I kept as a keepsake from an amazing trip to Vermont to celebrate my 50th birthday. I love, love, love everything about Vermont. The common crackers are great with cheese, soup and just everything. Thank you to the Vermont Country Store for great items from the past and fun new stuff too! February 27, 2014
The best crackers ever! These crackers are SO good - always crisp and are marvelous with soups and stews. I've even dunked 'em in dips and am solidly hooked on the cheese variety. It's nice to know that old-fashioned quality still exists. Thank you, Orton Family, for continuing the tradition. January 28, 2014
so so cracker The crackers weren't bad tasting just not as cheesy as predicted. January 24, 2014
My Best Common Cracker Pudding Using Vermont Common Crackers has been a family tradition for the past 2 generations. My family has had this pudding during the holiday season as a special dessert. A few years ago my mother decided to make it healthy and everyone decided that as we only have it during the holidays that it has to be the same way has our grandmother and Great grant mother made it, so I was elected to doo the cooking. Common crackers are not easy to find during most of the year but now that I found your website you can be sure that I will order more. January 16, 2014
Common Cracker Christmas Plum Pudding This year at Christmas time I was thinking of the plum puddings both my grandmothers made with Common Crackers. I knew these crackers are no longer available in supermarkets but learned that Vermont Country Store has them. Wanting to make the recipe, I obtained it from my aunt and ordered the crackers. When the pudding was served in my father's mother's home, she always told the story of the "family fight" between her mother and her aunt as to which of them made the recipe correctly. The intense argument was whether the split crackers are to be buttered on both or just one side. Each proclaimed that the other's pudding was not "authentic". The recipe does not indicate which practice is correct. so I butter half the split crackers on both sides and the other half on but one. The resulting pudding (which contains no plums but raisins lieu thereof) was as wonderful as I remembered from my childhood. Both my grandmothers had family recipes which are essentially the same -- buttered crackers, sugar, spices and raisins soaked over night in milk and then cooked all day in a slow oven with frequent of additions of more milk. The pudding was always served with hard sauce which adds to the enjoyment. Thank you Vermont Country Store for keeping common crackers alive and well. January 11, 2014
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Vermont Common Crackers …

"My mother grew up in Waitsfield, Vermont, and a favorite memory from her childhood (and beyond) was having a nice bowl of homemade soup with what she called "Montpelier crackers." Alas, she suffers from Alzheimers and while many of her memories have left her, she still remembers these so fondly. I was so happy to find them here at Vermont Country Store - I'm back to place a second order. The first were fantastic and just as she remembered her Montpelier crackers. Thank you, Vermont Country Store!!" - Teresa, South Salem, NY