Curtis Lavery – September 4, 2016:
I tried these because they have net 4 grams of carbohydrate. They are delicious and I have converted a number of my friends and colleagues, who also love them now. They are far different from any other product on the market. Unfortunately, they are out of stock in all San Francisco stores, and I was told by a TJ staff they may not be coming back in stock. THIS IS VERY DISAPPOINTING and the main reason that brings me to TJs.
Dan Wilcox – September 8, 2016:
I feel the same. Actually addicted to these crackers. I wish I could find them somewhere else as I was told they were being discontinued. Happens a lot a TJ unfortunately. It was great that there was no oil added, just seeds to contribute to the fat.
Naomi – September 18, 2016:
I also love these and wish they were back in stock in the Berkeley store.
Anonymous – October 19, 2016:
I’m with u. I loved them and they didn’t raise my blood sugar.i went to Sarasota store today and no more
Sheila Doty – October 25, 2016:
Oh No, I can’t believe they are not getting anymore. They are 1,000% better than any other crisp bread I have ever tasted. Unfortunately Evanston store was almost out when I bought my first pack.
Rushed back and bought the remaining 10 packets.
More than willing to pay a bit more to get these, anybody any ideas.Sheila
Marie – October 16, 2017:
Me too!! I live in Honolulu where there aren’t any TJ stores so my cousin sends these to me. I used to be able to get them ( more expensive) on Amazon. Now I know why I can’t find them. Boo!!!
Just when you find some thing great for low carb…
Ttrockwood – February 22, 2019:
These finally returned, as a gluten free version (can’t even tell since it’s mostly seeds) great very sturdy cracker, perfect for open face sandwiches
Amber – March 17, 2019:
Weird, they still have them at my store both as regular and a gluten free variety. Great sub for the low carb lifestyle and to add fiber to the diet.
Jo Traydar – April 4, 2019:
Grrr sooo Frustrated can’t get these now!
So much to love about these.
These were excellent topped w thin slices of apple and thin sliced ham.
Or cold smoked salmon and egg.
Or slice of sharp cheddar.
Topped w peanut butter, & dried cherries they make perfect replacement for the awful nutrition energy bars on the market.
They stay fresh so much longer than regular bread,and take up much less pantry space.
My guess is that Americans didn’t try them cuz they think they’re like those sawdust crisp breads..
Not that bad