Sakata release three new vegetable cracker varieties
Beetroot, pumpkin and spinach crackers are the three latest cracker varieties released by Sakata.
Launching in 50gm package servings at a recommended retail price of AUD $1.50 the Sakata rice crackers are said to be infused with real vegetable extracts.
Part of Sakata’s ‘better-for-you’ savoury snacks range, the crackers will have no artificial colours, flavours or added MSG. All options are gluten free.
The new line of crackers will be available on shelves from the 7th of May 2018 in Coles and independent supermarkets.
Sakata is a PepsiCo product.
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