Roots & Branches Crackers

Olive Oil

Enjoy our classic, original cracker straight out of the box or arranged on a charcuterie board to add texture to contrast cheeses, cured meats and fruit.

Try the Olive Oil cracker with a light, crisp white wine like a Pinot Grigio or Chardonnay. 

Ingredients:
Unbleached wheat flour, semolina flour, water, olive oil, sea salt

Black Pepper & Olive Oil

This light, crispy cracker is a crowd favorite. The savory taste and aroma of black pepper is irresistible topped with an olive tapenade or smoked Gouda.

These crackers are perfect for game day, matched with your favorite Craft Pale Ale or IPA!

Ingredients:
Unbleached wheat flour, semolina flour, water, olive oil, black pepper, sea salt

Sesame Seed & Olive Oil

What could be a better vessels for hummus than our sesame seed crackers? This crispy cracker with its hint of nuttiness, goes perfectly with salads or can add diversity to your bread basket. 

Your favorite sparkling wine could be the perfect compliment to this light, savory treat!

Ingredients:
Unbleached wheat flour, semolina flour, water, olive oil, sesame seeds, sea salt

Rosemary & Olive Oil

The savory, piney flavor of this cracker delivers a delightful crunch and goes perfect with Chevre and a dab of fig preserves, or a soft-ripened brie style cheese like "Pack Square" made by our friends at Looking Glass Creamery.

Personally, we love this cracker with the malty flavors of a porter or a stout.

Herb Garden

A perfect blend of herbs and olive oil with a burst of flavor in every bite. Serve them with a fresh bruschetta, spinach & artichoke dip or even your favorite soup.

These flavorful crackers go perfectly with the full-bodied, oaky flavor of your favorite Cabernet.

Ingredients:
Unbleached wheat flour, semolina flour, water, olive oil, basil, oregano, parsley, thyme, garlic, onion, sea salt

Roots & Branches crackers stand out for their clarity and freshness of flavors; Herb Garden, with its combination of basil, oregano, parsley, thyme, garlic, onion and sea salt, evokes a fistful of fresh-cut herbs.
— Culture Magazine