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The Best Gluten Free Pretzels | 8 Brands To Try

The Best Gluten Free Pretzels | 8 Brands To Try

The best gluten free pretzels are crispy, crunchy, and the envy of even those who can eat gluten. Here are 8 brands to try when you’re looking for a snack.

The best gluten free pretzels are crispy, crunchy, and the envy of even those who can eat gluten. Here are 8 brands to try when you're looking for a snack. 

Why I’m reviewing packaged gluten free pretzels

Unlike potato chips, pretzels, by their very nature, have gluten unless they’re specifically gluten free. That means a few things, some more relevant if you’re a self-conscious teenager who hates being singled out like my son.

Many of these brands also make gluten-containing pretzels, so be careful when you make your selection that you’re picking up the gluten free variety. Unfortunately, it’s that “GLUTEN FREE” designation that makes my teenage gluten free son uncomfortable and more likely to get hassled.

For that reason, he’d rather bring Lay’s potato chips to school for lunch than pretzels. That, and he also happens to love chips with astounding devotion, but you get the idea.

Since they’re specifically made gluten free but are otherwise gluten-containing, gluten free pretzels have to be manufactured with generally less-available ingredients and in a dedicated or super ‘clean’ environment. That means that these pretzels are generally more expensive than their conventional counterparts.

Much like dried gluten free pasta, these manufacturers are sort of reinventing the wheel, too, which leads to varying quality, taste, and texture. That’s the real reason I’m doing this roundup of the best gluten free pretzels.

Each time I do a gluten free product review, my intention is to help you spend your hard-earned money wisely. On this post, I’ve included affiliate links where appropriate (see the disclosure below), but that’s not the reason for this post. You can purchase these products wherever you like, or not at all. 

Ever since I did that first mass taste test for the best gluten free bread brands, whenever my children see me amassing a bunch of one type of packaged gluten free product, they give me the side eye 👀 and ask if I’m “testing” more brands.

My 15 year old son 👨 is my most enthusiastic tester, but I think that’s because he likes to criticize. In this one instance, it works for me. 🤣 Of course, he’d always prefer fresh, soft gluten free pretzels, but that’s just not always a practical choice. 

Who this list is for

This list of 8 brands of the best gluten free pretzel brands is made up of products available primarily to United States residents. The prices and other details referred to are for the products available the U.S., since that is where I live and spend money.

I am actually able to find all but one of these brands in a local brick-and-mortar grocery or natural foods store near me. But I live in a major metropolitan area. All but the ALDI brand, Live GFree, are available from Amazon.com. I didn’t include anything that was just too difficult to source in the U.S. 

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I’m a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Feel free to shop around, though, as always.

Glutino Snack Factory Snyders Utz gluten free pretzels are the best 4 gluten free pretzel brands I recommend anyone try.

Snyder’s, Glutino, Snack Factory, and Utz

Group 1 has the top 4 brands, in descending order. All but Glutino have conventional varieties that came first, so be careful that you’re buying the GF package. 

Our family's number one best gluten free pretzel brand, Snyder's gluten free pretzels are available everywhere and have the best taste and texture of them all.

Our family’s number one best gluten free pretzel brand, Snyder’s gluten free pretzels are available everywhere and have the best taste and texture of them all.

They’re our favorite because they’re the pretzels everyone wants—whether they’re gluten free or not. I personally know families who eat Snyder’s gluten free pretzels but who couldn’t care less about their gluten free-ness. They just like them best.

Snyder’s pretzels look the same on the package as they do in real life. They’re pleasantly shiny and dark on the outside. Plus, they have the salt-to-pretzel ratio just right. Oh and they’re crispy as can be. *chefkiss*

Luckily, since there are many brands of gluten free packaged pretzels available now, a nationwide brand like Snyder’s has great market penetration—and is relatively inexpensive. Honestly, though, I’ve been buying only gluten free products for so many years that I have no idea what ‘regular’ pretzels cost. 

Not to beat the Snyder’s love to death, but they also have tons of great flavors like honey mustard sticks, and cinnamon brown sugar and hot buffalo wing pretzel “pieces.” 

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 8 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $2.70
  • Ingredients: Corn starch, potato starch, tapioca starch, palm oil, cellulose gum, water, dextrose, salt, baking powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate), soy lecithin, yeast, citric acid, soda.
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: Snappy, crispy, tasty, salty perfection. 

Glutino gluten free pretzels are some of the best packaged brands made, and they're widely available across the United States.

Glutino gluten free pretzels are some of the best packaged brands made, and they’re widely available across the United States. Years ago, Glutino was one of the only brands of packaged gluten free products, and frankly they weren’t very good at really anything. But the years have been kind to this brand.

If you wander around the virtual aisles of Amazon’s Glutino products, you’ll find cookies, crackers, pretzels, and pretty much anything snacky that you’d expect to have gluten. They do a great job of filling a need, and I’m pretty sure they’ve bought up other brands along the way so they do it all pretty well.

Glutino makes a bunch of gluten free pretzel shapes, too. And there’s even a chocolate-covered variety. Grab whatever bag you see, since they only make gluten free products. It’s kind of in the name. 

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 14 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $4.48
  • Ingredients: Corn starch, potato starch, palm oil, soy flour, sugar, sea salt, carboxymethilcellulose, sodium bicarbonate, sodium pyrophosphate, soy lecithin, yeast extract, sodium hydroxide. May Contain: Traces of sesame.
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: My son loves these pretzels. They’re a close second to Snyder’s. 

Snack Factory brand pretzel crisps are different than the other gluten free pretzel brands, but they're a favorite of my family. They have great flavor varieties, too.

Snack Factory brand gluten free pretzel crisps are different than the other gluten free pretzel brands, but they’re a favorite of my family. They have great flavor varieties, too.

They’re fun, but the package is small so the per-ounce price is pretty high. I tend to see these on sale quite often, sometimes at the drug store (?). Keep your eye out, since they’re a nice treat. 

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 5 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $2.99
  • Ingredients: Corn starch, potato starch, long grain white rice flour, corn fiber, palm oil, sugar, salt, cellulose gum, sunflower lecithin, yeast extract, baking soda, sodium acid pyrophosphate, citric acid, chicory root extract.
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: My son likes these little pretzel crisps, but his favorite is the “Everything” flavor that has everything bagel seasoning. 

Utz brand gluten free pretzels have the perfect crispy pretzel texture. They're a little on the sweet side, but they're still a solid choice.

Utz brand gluten free pretzels have the perfect crispy pretzel texture. They’re a little on the sweet side, but they’re still a solid choice. 

Since they’re a conventional brand, Utz is sold everywhere. And they’re often sold right next to the gluten-containing variety and not in the sad little gluten free section of the grocery store. Sometimes that makes me happy, like we’ve arrived. Sometimes, it makes me afraid, like we’re going to be cross-contaminated. Mostly it makes me happy. 

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 10 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $3.99
  • Ingredients: Whole grain brown rice flour, potato starch, corn starch, soluble corn fiber, canola oil, sugar, salt, cellulose gum, sodium bicarbonate, soy lecithin, sodium acid pyrophosphate, monocalcium phosphate.
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: A bit sweet, so they’re not a universal family favorite, but my husband really likes these best. Go figure. 

Gratify, Good Health Enjoy Being Good, Live G Free, and Quinn Gluten Free Pretzel brands are four more tasty brands to try.

Gratify, Good Health Enjoy Being Good, Live G Free, and Quinn

Group 2 has the final four brands of gluten free pretzels I think you should try. They’re also listed in descending order of preference. 

Gratify gluten free pretzels hit all the right texture and taste notes, although they could benefit from a bit more flavor intensity.

Gratify gluten free pretzels hit all the right texture and taste notes, although they could benefit from a bit more flavor intensity.

I tend to like the pretzels that are a little thicker, like these Gratify brand pretzels, because they shatter a bit more when you bite them. For me, that’s a plus.

These pretzels could use a bit more salt, though. You can see in the photo that they’re a bit bare.

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 10.5 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $3.99
  • Ingredients: Corn starch, palm oil, potato starch, sea salt, sugar, cellulose gum, soy lecithin, sodium bicarbonate, yeast extract, sodium acid pyrophosphate, citric acid, sodium hydroxide. 
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: I personally really really like these pretzels, but my son says they taste “like nothing.” I think he probably ate them after he ate his heart’s desire (Snyder’s or Glutino), and judged harshly. 

Live G Free brand gluten free pretzels are the house brand from Aldi stores, so you can't beat the price. They are on the sweeter side, but the texture is perfect.

Live GFree brand gluten free pretzels are the house brand from Aldi stores, so you can’t beat the price. They are on the sweeter side, but the texture is perfect.

The whole Live GFree line is a house brand at Aldi’s, a warehouse-style grocery store. They have a lot of packaged gluten free products in the line, and they’re all good and well-priced. They’re not amazing, but they’re a good, solid choice.

Trader Joe’s stores, the Aldi’s cousin, also have their own house brand of gluten free pretzels, but they taste burnt and just plain awful. The best thing about them is their price, so they’re not included in this list.

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 8 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $2.29
  • Ingredients: Corn starch, potato starch, long grain rice flour, soluble corn fiber, palm oil, sugar, salt, cellulose gum, sunflower lecithin, yeast extract, chicory root extract, sodium bicarbonate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, citric acid. 
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: My son will eat these, but they’re not his absolute favorite. We don’t have an Aldi’s store very close to where I live, so we don’t buy these very often. 

Good Health Enjoy Being Good brand gluten free pretzels are extra crispy and have a great whole grain taste. They only seem to be available in a larger twist size.

Good Health Enjoy Being Good brand gluten free pretzels are extra crispy and have a great whole grain taste. They only seem to be available in a larger twist size.

I have this deep and abiding love of the “veggie chips” that this company makes. I am so obsessed with them that I refuse to share them with anyone in my family. They can have some of the “straws” variety, but the chips are all mine. I felt the need to unburden myself of that fact. 

Do take note of the “proprietary blend of vegetables” that make their way into these pretzels. Maybe it’s for the umami flavor? They are flavorful pretzels, and I like their shattery texture. 

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 8 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $3.99
  • Ingredients: Whole grain brown rice flour, corn starch, potato starch, soluble corn fiber, whole grain sorghum flour, canola oil, cane sugar, sea salt, sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, mono calcium phosphate, cellulose gum, sunflower lecithin, bamboo plant fiber, proprietary blend of vegetables (spinach, broccoli, carrot, tomato, beet, shiitake mushroom).
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: My kids aren’t so into these. They’ll eat them, but I think they’re more into the smaller sized twists. 

Quinn brand gluten free pretzels are undoubtedly the strangest choice of the bunch, but they're a personal favorite of mine for their whole grain goodness and extra-snappy texture. They do have something of an unpleasant aftertaste, and recommend you stay far, far away from their stranger flavors (like cauliflower).

Quinn brand gluten free pretzels are undoubtedly the strangest choice of the bunch, but they’re a personal favorite of mine for their whole grain goodness and extra-snappy texture.

They do have something of an unpleasant aftertaste, so consider yourself warned. And I recommend you stay far, far away from their stranger flavors (like cauliflower). They’re also super pale in color, which they try to obscure by a much darker, more appetizing picture on the package.

I’d be more inclined to eat them privately rather than serve them to a group. They’re private pretzels? I realize I’m not really selling them, but that’s the beauty of an unsponsored product post: I don’t have to sell them.

Here are the other details:

  • Size of package: 7 ounces
  • Price you should expect to pay: $4.99
  • Ingredients: Whole grain sorghum flour, brown rice flour, tapioca flour, potato flour, potato starch, organic palm oil, salt, cane sugar, xanthan gum, organic honey, apple cider vinegar, sodium bicarbonate, sea salt, sunflower lecithin.
  • My family’s taste and texture notes: My husband and I like these. Our children … do not. I have to repeat my advice to avoid the other weirdo varieties. Seriously. This is my serious face: 😠

What’s next in gluten free product reviews

You know you can trust my reviews to be honest. I did only share those pretzels that I really love, since I don’t want to trash any companies. But I also told you their weak points, so you can decide for yourself. 

I’m thinking about doing gluten free crackers (the packaged kind) for my next product review. I’ve started to accumulate some, but it’s very hit or miss. Better I waste my money than you waste yours, though!

 

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Love,
Nicole

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  • Laura
    January 11, 2020 at 10:02 AM

    I agree, Snyder’s are very good! My daughter always has to share them with her friends because everybody seems to like them better than regular pretzels. I’ve never seen the Snack Factory GF crisps before – will have to look closer, but we love the Gratify pretzel crisps, especially the Everything Bagel flavor. I like them even better than the Snack Factory regular crisps.

  • Lynn
    January 8, 2020 at 3:32 PM

    Thanks for sharing! As a tip, sometimes Target carries the individual servings of the Snack Factory pretzel crisps (you know, the big bag with a bunch of single serve bags inside) in their Halloween or Valentines food section. The best part is that they go on clearance after the season ends! That’s when I stock up.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 8, 2020 at 7:00 PM

      Great tip, Lynn!!

  • Jaclyn Orlan
    January 6, 2020 at 11:53 PM

    Snyder’s pretzels are my fave too. As for crackers, Breton Gluten Free is a great tasting one and I love Glutino plain round crackers as well.

  • Angela Feldmann
    January 6, 2020 at 3:10 PM

    HI! My favorite pretzel is Snyders but I am very excited to try out the Snack Factory. Thanks for the review!
    Quick Question. Have you done any posts on traveling Gluten Free? My husband would love to go back to Germany but the thought of going there since he’s been diagnosed with Celiac makes him nervous. I’d love to hear your thoughts and experience.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 6, 2020 at 7:40 PM

      Hi, Angela, I haven’t done any posts on traveling gluten free, no. Over the years, we’ve done a fair amount of traveling (not usually that far, but to different cities and just recently to St. Lucia in the Caribbean), but I’ve never done a post on it. I never really felt like I could do it justice. The one bit of advice I can give you is to get the app Findmeglutenfree. It’s crowd-sourced information on eating out gluten free, and has entries for all around the world. You can’t take it as the gospel, but it’s a very good start.
      Often, I’m disappointed by the experience and I don’t want to post about it because it feels wrong to just trash a place, you know? For example, in St. Lucia, we stayed at an all inclusive resort. The resort was beautiful but the food was terrible—and the gluten free options were even a bit worse.
      Finally, my first rule of thumb is that if I say “gluten free” and they look at me blankly and/or say something like “is that, like, about milk?” I’m out of there!

  • Debbie Wolfe
    January 5, 2020 at 11:55 PM

    I love the Glutino pretzels, and the chocolate dipped ones are to die for!! I don’t care for Snyder’s as much. As far as crackers for a saltine I really like the Schar brand and they make a lovely breading! Thank you for you review and especially for your recipes. I had such horrible fatigue and brain fog that even though I have been diagnosed for a year, I am just now starting to really delve into GF baking.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 6, 2020 at 8:34 AM

      It sounds like you’re well on your way now, Debbie. It will only get better from here! :)

  • Anne Fosse
    January 5, 2020 at 11:07 PM

    We like those snack factory pretzel crisps but don’t eat many pretzels. As for crackers I like those Schaar table crackers they are good. But I LOVE the Aldi rosemary olive oil crackers. Amazing.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 6, 2020 at 8:33 AM

      I’m going to have to get myself to Aldi again, Anne!

  • Cynthia
    January 5, 2020 at 10:21 PM

    My favorite pretzel is the Gratify brand, but if I eat too many, my eyes start to itch. Antihistamine eye drops fix the problem,but I’d love to know which ingredient to avoid. My favorite cracker is Scharr table crackers. Delicious. Packaged in smaller packages inside the box, and I eat the whole package at one time. Somewhat crumbly but the taste is phenomenal,

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 6, 2020 at 8:33 AM

      That’s so strange, Cynthia, since the Gratify ingredients don’t seem to be any different than any of the others. I do have all of the ingredients listed for each brand, though, so maybe take a closer look?

  • Ann S.
    January 5, 2020 at 7:56 PM

    Thanks for the recommendations, Nicole. Having to live GF is a new-ish existence for me, as I’m almost 80, but recently diagnosed as gluten sensitive. Feel so much better now! Even my arthritis is greatly improved. However, I live in a retirement center where the food is boring, bland, and loaded with gluten and dairy (which has been a long-time problem). I’d welcome any tips on how to convince a chef to increase his knowledge. Even getting him to provide nutrition information has been a losing battle. Is there an organization that can help? Thanks!

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 6, 2020 at 8:30 AM

      Oh, Ann, that’s actually really tough, to be dependent upon someone else in that way. But clearly it’s important to your health. Do you think there’s any chance he’d read through this post on the blog about the Basic Rules of a Gluten Free Diet? If you have choices in the center, like where you can select any of the components of your meals, you can reach for non processed foods at least to start. And maybe if he buys some gluten free pasta and some packaged gluten free bread, that will help. I have brand recommendations for those, too, in the Product Reviews. I hope that helps!

  • Liz Hotz
    January 5, 2020 at 4:35 PM

    I love Milton,s gluten free crackers. They taste awesome. Even my husband who is not a cracker fan eats them. I have served them at parties and my friends ask me where I got these crackers. I usually get them at whole foods in Michigan. As I live close to the Detroit border I shop there and bring them across the border. I also like simple mills crackers they have no grains in theres.

  • Maria
    January 5, 2020 at 2:05 PM

    I loved the snack factory yogurt covered pretzels and the. They stopped making them. Need to know how to make them out of the plain little gf ones.

  • GEM
    January 5, 2020 at 1:49 PM

    This is a reply for Carron, I have had Lance Gluten Free Baked Original Crackers a few times. They are smaller than a Ritz but round. They are pretty good. They also have square cheese ( think Cheese-its) and Sandwich cracker with peanut butter or cheese. I haven’t tried those

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:59 PM

      My family is split on whether or not they like Lance crackers, Gem. I’m having a bit of a hard time finding a enough brands of good packaged GF crackers to do a whole post, but I’ll keep trying!

  • Stephanie
    January 5, 2020 at 1:34 PM

    @Carron Waller – Glutino makes decent crackers, ritz like original and cheddar, and a table cracker (saltine type) that they gave me when I stayed in hospital overnight, and hubby and I were concerned they made a GF error (individual packet that was not labelled) but turns out they were really good!
    Also, I love pretzels, and I am so glad we finally have lots of really great varieties (compared with when I started 14 years ago!)

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:58 PM

      I started 14+ years ago, too, Stephanie, and there was nooooottttthhhhhhhiinnnng to buy, much less anything good. That’s actually why I started this blog in the first place. We have come a long way indeed.

  • Äiti
    January 5, 2020 at 12:38 PM

    My favourite is the Snyder brand. My husband loves them as well even though he doesn’t need to eat gluten free. All of your recipes I have tried are so good. So good in fact, that my adult family & their spouses prefer them to ones that are usually made with regular wheat flour. That includes desserts, snacks, homemade breads and buns. Now if only I could convince them to be vegetarians as well ;)

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:57 PM

      Wow, Aiti, it sounds like if anyone can convince them, it’s you! It really does feel great that everyone wants to eat your food. That’s always the goal. It’s up to you whether or not you share!

  • Sarah
    January 5, 2020 at 12:08 PM

    Carton Waller, I love Breton brand GF crackers for soup, you can dip or crumble them into soup :)

  • Marianne
    January 5, 2020 at 12:05 PM

    Our absolute favourite is Snyder’s Honey Mustard 😋cost $4.99 in Canada😬. My husband, who is not GF, doesn’t usually like pretzels, but he loves these – even put them in his GF “nuts & bolts” that he makes at Christmas!

    Btw Nicole, have you tried Promise GF bread? They make a really good olive oil & rosemary loaf, sold fresh, as well as several frozen varieties.

    AND I wowed everyone this Christmas with your stained glass sugar cookies!! Thanks for all your recipes – I have your books, & you are my “go to” source for all things GF!

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:52 PM

      So glad the stained glass sugar cookies were such a treat, and thank you for the kind words! And I do remember looking into Promise bread, but I can’t recall why I abandoned it. It might have been too hard for me to get? I’ll have to refresh my recollection.

  • Diane Van Woudenberg
    January 5, 2020 at 12:03 PM

    Thank you so much for doing this. I always come to your website for all your reviews and recipes. You never lead me astray!! As a gluten sensitive person who hasn’t had gluten in over 5 years you have been my life saver!! I can’t say thank you enough!!

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:56 PM

      Thank you for the trust you place in me, Diane! I don’t take it lightly at all.

  • Merrily Dethier
    January 5, 2020 at 11:45 AM

    We have found the Snyder’s brand to be consistently good. Recently tried half dipping them in melted chocolate chips for a little party fare. Thank you for your GF recipes. Sometimes it’s a struggle to find good ones.

  • Sandy
    January 5, 2020 at 11:27 AM

    I never was a big pretzel eater, but I’ve been missing pretzel thins recently, especially the “everything “ variety. It never occurred to me that there might be a gluten free version! I’m looking forward to checking them out this week. I looked at their online store finder, and they are available here! Thanks for the great review.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:56 PM

      It’s amazing what you want when you can no longer just grab it off any shelf, Sandy!

  • Kathleen A Sullivan
    January 5, 2020 at 11:18 AM

    Hi there, I just saw that you did a whole thing on gluten free breads. How can I find that? Thank you

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:53 PM

      I linked to it in this post, Kathleen, but here’s a link again and you can always use the search bar!

  • Deirdre Henry
    January 5, 2020 at 11:11 AM

    Living in Ireland they wouldn’t be available to me but my son and his wife are going to America next month and I shall ask him to bring me home a couple of packets of Snyders pretzels. Thank you for the information.
    Deirdre

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:55 PM

      I think it’s worth your son privately importing a few bags for you, Deirdre! ;)

  • Steph
    January 5, 2020 at 10:12 AM

    Thanks for the review. The Utz brand are my favorite (I love to dip them in ranch dressing), but only one of the grocery stores in my area carry them. Considering they are made close to me, you ‘d think more stores would carry them.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:54 PM

      That’s so strange, Steph! I think sometimes availability is based upon interest, so maybe other stores don’t sell gluten free products that well, so they decided against it. For that reason, I feel an obligation to buy GF products whenever a store begins carrying them!

  • Shelley
    January 5, 2020 at 9:35 AM

    I’m with your son in that I love potato chips! So I don’t seek out gf pretzels. I did receive some chocolate covered Glutino pretzels as a gift some time ago. Oh. My. Gosh!! They were SO good! I personally can’t justify the $6 (in CanadaJ price tag, for something I REALLY don’t need! But, I too have noticed that Glutino has changed. Most notably for me is their bread. Different bread, smaller loaf, not as good. Disappointing as there are few bread options here. Really must get over my “homemade bread fear” (!) and try making my own.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 5, 2020 at 1:54 PM

      That’s a shame about the Glutino pretzels and bread, Shelley. We haven’t had that experience, at least not yet.

  • CARRON WALLER
    January 5, 2020 at 9:34 AM

    WOULD LOVE TO FIND GOOD GF CRACKERS. WE USE SCHARS BREAD AND CRACKERS, BUT WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A GF RITZ CRACKER OR ONE THAT WOULD BE GOOD WITH SOUP.
    THANKS-CARRON

  • Cindy
    January 3, 2020 at 12:12 PM

    I bought the Glutino brand pretzels for the last 6 years or so. They were my favorite snack and even my grandkids (who are not gluten free) loved them. But the last few months they seem to have a weird taste to them. I finally started buying the Snyders brand, even though they cost more. I also really like the pretzel crisps from The Snack Factory, but I just buy them to eat with humus because they are a little pricey. Thanks for the review. I’m going to keep my eyes open and try the Utz brand.

    • Nicole Hunn
      January 3, 2020 at 12:15 PM

      Have they, Cindy? I haven’t noticed that the Glutino brand has fallen off in quality. Maybe you got a bad batch? Fingers crossed 🤞🏻that it’s not a “thing” now! At least we have options…

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