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Aug 20, 2011

Review: Nabisco - Wheat Thins Fiber Selects Garden Vegetable Crackers

Wheat Thins Fiber Selects Garden Vegetable Crackers feature 5 grams of dietary fiber per serving and a dried vegetable blend of carrots, onions, cabbage, tomato and, green and red bell peppers mixed in.

It's normally $3.59 for a 7.5-ounce box (compared to a 10-ounce box of regular Wheat Thins) or around $2.00 to $2.50 on sale.

If you've ever tried a Keebler Wheatable cracker, you'll find yourself in familiar territory here as Wheat Thin Fiber Selects taste and feel more like Wheatables than like Wheat Thins. The Fiber Selects, oddly, don't have the same grainy texture and have a smoother surface than regular Wheat Thins.
In taste, they're much like any garden vegetable crackers I've had; which is to say they have a slightly sweet, distinctive taste but don't taste much like vegetables to me.

These are just alright for me but good for fiber I suppose. I think regular Wheat Thins are a bit more interesting in texture and taste.

Nutritional Info - Wheat Thins Fiber Selects Garden Vegetable Crackers - 15 crackers (30g)
Calories - 120 (from Fat - 35)
Fat - 4g (Saturated Fat - .5g)
Sodium - 260mg
Carbs - 22g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 2g


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4 comments :

  1. Lol. Wow, lack of quality control =X

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  2. So, first time I bought Wheat Thins Fiber Select Garden Vegetable was for a Christmas Party this weekend, opened the box and they were tripple the size of a normal cracker, moist and as thick as a dog biscut.  Maybe it was a mistake in packaging, but they should have caught these before they went to market, two boxes were like this. 

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  3. i got these about a month ago.  Maybe it was my box but they seemed terribly salty weird to me. And I like salt. A LOT. Based on this i think i will forgo a second box. Thanks.

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  4. i stopped eating these (wheat thins) because when I was a child I ate them and then threw up later in the evening.  Same thing goes for lipton soup (the powder kind), fresca, and toaster strudels.  Just filling you guys with valuable knowledge

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