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Back to Nature Crackers, Oat Graham, Golden Honey
No artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors. No high fructose corn syrup. Since 1960. Excellent source of whole grains - 19g per serving. Whole grain wheat flour & rolled oats. 10 oz (238 g) of pure enjoyment. For more on sustainability see side panel. 100% recycled paperboard. Minimum 55% post-consumer content. Simple ingredients. Simply delicious. Simply good. For over 50 years, Back to Nature has passionately created foods with wholesome grains, real nutrition, and the delicious flavors of nature free from artificial ingredients. We give people truly flavorful, wholesome foods made with simple ingredients. Here's the Great Stuff About Golden Honey Oat Graham Crackers: These oat graham crackers are made with 100% whole grain and all natural ingredients. Satisfying sweet with real wildflower honey and a hint of cinnamon, our Golden Honey Oat Graham Crackers are a perfect anytime snack. Look for our other organic, whole grain and gluten free products. Our commitment to sustainability - This carton is made from 100% recycled paperboard. Our carton manufacturing facility reuses and recycles more than 95% of the solid wastes from the process. And we print our cartons with vegetable inks from renewable sources like soy, flax and tree nuts. And nature. Back to Nature is proud to support the Nature Conservancy, a leading, global conservation organization that protects ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. We are committed to this cause because we believe a healthier planet leads to healthier and happier people. The Nature Conservancy. Protecting nature. Preserving life. Nature.org. To learn more about Back to Nature: Visit us and send us your feedback at: www.backtonaturefoods.com or ww.facebook.com/backtonature. Whole Grain: 19 g or more per serving. Wholegrainscouncil.org. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily.