Breton Multigrain 7.3 oz Bag

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Indulge in the delectable, crunchy, and irresistible flavor of Breton Multigrain crackers - now available as Non-GMO Project Certified, Plant Based, and Kosher! Perfect for enhancing your everyday meals, snacking before dinner, or hosting gatherings with loved ones. Multi-Grain Breton Multigrain crackers are Non-GMO Project Verified and Kosher, making them a smart and delicious choice.

Kosher Yes
Brand Dare
Certifications Non-GMO
GTIN (case) 55653601784
Country of Manufacture United States
Pallet Pattern 18 cases per layer. 3 layers. 54 cases per pallet.

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