Wasa Crispbread Multigrain

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Wasa Crispbread Multigrain -- 8.8 oz

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Flavor: Multigrain

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Retail price: $3.59

Vitacost price: $3.09

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Wasa Crispbread Multigrain -- 8.8 oz

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Slice (14 g)
Servings per Container: About 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories45
Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
Saturated Fat0 g0%
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium80 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate10 g3%
Dietary Fiber2 g8%
Sugars0 g
Protein2 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium0%
Iron2%
Other Ingredients: Whole grain rye flour, water, sourdough, whole grain wheat flour, whole grain oat flour, whole grain barley flour, oat kernels, yeast, oat flakes, malt extract, mon- & diglycerides (al natural emulsifiers), salt.

ALLERGENS: Contains wheat. May contain traces of milk.

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Wasa Crispbread Multigrain Description

  • Made with Whole Grain Rye, Wheat, Oat, Barley and Rye Bran
  • All Natural, Fat-Free, No Trans Fat
  • Each Slice Contains Two Grams of Protein and Fiber

Wasa is the world's largest producer of crispbread.  Every year the company sells around 60,000 tons of crispbread in 40 countries.  The Swedes eat more crispbread than any other people in the world, almost 4 kilograms per capita.  Wasa's largest markets outside Sweden are the other Scandinavian countries and Germany, closely followed by Poland, the Netherlands, France, and the USA. However, crispbread as a category exists almost everywhere.

 

Wasa, which has a staff of around 950 people, has been owned by the Barilla Group since 1999.  The head office is in Stockholm, Sweden, and the company has production facilities in Filipstad in Sweden, Celle in Germany, and Hamar in Norway.

The name Wasa has its roots in an old Swedish word, vase, which means sheaf.  Since the 14th century, the coat of arms of the first king of Sweden, Gustav Vasa, and his family has featured a stylized sheaf.  Gustav Vasa was sometimes called the "Rye King".  No-one knows exactly where the name comes from, but it may have its origins in the fact that the king demanded that his people pay their taxes in the form of rye, a valuable commodity at the time.  For many years, Wasa used a picture of the Rye King on its packaging. This was later replaced by a royal crown above the name.  Today, the crown has been evolved to a crown-sheaf which represents the origins of Wasa.  It also lends a royal air to crispbread, something which is also reflected in the fact that the company has been appointed purveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Wasa Crispbread Multigrain -- 8.8 oz 4.2 5 6 6
really really hard. I know it's called crispbread, but it was too hard for me to really enjoy it. taste was fine, but I ended up returning one of my packs because I knew I'd avoid eating it - hurt my teeth! June 2, 2014
Great snack These cracker breads have been around since I was a little girl and still taste great. I like them for breakfast or a snack with some spreadable cheese. They are low in calories and have lots of fiber. What's not to love?! January 7, 2014
At least $2 cheaper than the grocery store. My local Ralph's and Vons barely stock these crackers, and the price is outrageous: $3.69 to $4.69, so once again, Vitacost prices rule. I feel good about eating these crackers, they are dense and healthy, lots of fiber, great taste. I have two with some raw milk cheddar on the weekends as a treat. Remarkably, Vitacost shipped them and they didn't get crushed or smashed, so I will definitely purchase from Vitacost again. May 17, 2013
not quite as I expected... January 3, 2013
My husband loves these. Great crunch. They don't fall apart when spread with cream cheese and the like. December 14, 2012
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