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New Crispers Cheddar Review

Crispers recently launched the first new flavour in 10 years: Crispers Cheddar.

Crispers Cheddar Highlights

  • Baked in Canada – Christie’s Crispers are baked right here in Canada at the Mondelez Canada East York location in Toronto, Ontario.
  • Canadians think everything tastes better with cheddar – With Canadians currently craving a sense of comfort, there’s a greater return to familiar and nostalgic flavours
  • Best of both worlds – Bringing the features of chip and cracker together in one bite, this uniquely-Canadian baked salty snack is one of the original crisp products introduced by Christie.
  • Portability and convenience for Canadians on the go – Crispers come in a resealable bag so snacks stay fresh and ready for anytime enjoyment.

Crispers Cheddar, which first launched in June, joins a family of flavours that include All Dressed; Dill Pickle; Barbecue; Ranch; and Salt & Vinegar.

In terms of nutrition, 15 crackers (20 g) has 100 calories, 4.5 g of fat and 14 g of carbohydrates. They have 0 trans fat, 0 cholesterol and are low in saturated fat.

I was gifted with some Crispers Cheddar to try and found them to be very tasty and would recommend them. The texture is thin and crispy and the flavour was on point for being cheddar.

They are available in major grocery retailers across Canada at a suggested retail price of $2.99 in Conventional Banners and $2.89 in Discount Banners.

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Sunday 1st of May 2022

I used to love them but lately I found they have no flavour, not enough seasoning.


Saturday 6th of March 2021

Love the new CHEDDAR flavour Crispers recently released. Unfortunately I will no longer be purchasing ANY Crispers products as they recently changed their packaging from a 175gr bag to 145gr bag keeping the price the same. DISCUSSING !


Wednesday 27th of January 2021

Do any of you care what goes into your body. No one should eat these as they are not actually food.


Tuesday 24th of November 2020

The above product is the worst tasting cheese crackers I have had in my long 60 years of life. How can a company produce something that tastes like fishy cardboard, market it as a cheese snack and actually sell it? Shicking! Awful awful tasting!!!