Wasa Crackers Sesame Crispbread
2 slice (14g)
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Wasa Crackers Nutrition Info:
60 calories, 1 weight watchers point, 6 grams of carbs per slice. 2 grams of protein, one gram of fiber.
WASA CRISPBREAD SESAME All natural wheat plus toasted sesame flavor! The combination of Wheat Grains and Sesame Seeds brings together two all-time favorites for those who love breads and grains. WASA Crispbread is named after a famous Swedish King and is baked from an original Swedish recipe that captures all the goodness of wholesome grains.WASA the leading brand of crispbread worsldwide, is enjoyed in over 20 countries.
Wasa Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sesame Seeds, Yeast, Canola and Palm Oil, Sugar, Sea Salt
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5/29/2007 9:02:27 AM
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Canola is low in saturated fats, but palm oil, particularly palm kernel oil, is highly saturated with hydrogen. I wonder why they added it.
7/13/2006 9:15:21 PM
Just yesterday I happened to do a comparison of the Wasa Sesame crackers compared to Wasa "Fiber Rye" crackers -- I was surprised to see quite a difference in calories, fiber, and ingredients. The Fiber Rye crackers are 30 calories a piece with only 5 calories from fat. 2 grams of fiber per cracker. And ingredients are: whole grain rye flour, wheat bran, sesame seeds, oat flakes, wheat germ, wheat fiber, sea salt. Definitely higher quality food. (Elle -- are you *sure* about the amount of cholesterol noted in the Sesame crackers nutritional info here? Seems to me I noticed a higher level of cholesterol on the package. But I might be forgetting what I read. -gdoodle
7/13/2006 11:14:10 PM
gdoodle, the wiki is editable! Just click edit if you think the nutritional facts are off and update directly....
7/14/2006 9:24:05 AM
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Sometimes I eat sesame and sometimes I eat whole grain (which have fewer calories and considerably more fiber) but since I eat them so much, I like the variety and I like different crackers with different ones.
I do NOT recommend the crisp and light though.
7/14/2006 10:31:22 AM