Doctor Kracker Named Top “Ready-to-Eat Food” by Prevention.com

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Hummus Maximus Culinary Crisps Heralded on Health Website

We’re so proud to have been recognized amongst such prestigious brands

Prevention Magazine, a leading health and wellness magazine with a focus on giving readers healthy solutions we can really live with, named Doctor Kracker’s Hummus Maximus one of the 49 best “Ready-to-Eat Foods” on their website. Chock full of fiber and whole grains, not refined flours and sugars, this cracker won over a panel of judges with its “sesame-filled, and deliciously crunchy” flavor.

“We’re so proud to have been recognized amongst such prestigious brands,” said George Eckrich, co-founder of Doctor Kracker, “Our mission is to provide healthy, wholesome and delicious snacks that are both accessible and nourishing, and we’re honored to be included in Prevention’s list.”

We’ve seen it all, TV dinners, space food, fried dough and snack-packs. As a nation, we’ve watched the introduction of highly processed, packaged foods correlate directly with the rise in obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. And with most packaged foods containing hydrogenated fats, too much sodium and refined flours and sugars, it’s no wonder the country has suffered from debilitating health problems.

It’s common knowledge that fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and whole grains keep hearts and bodies healthy. Unfortunately, finding convenient wholesome and great tasting whole grain foods these days isn’t as easy as picking up an apple or a bunch of carrots. That’s why Doctor Kracker, a company dedicated to healthy and delicious living, created these all natural, nutrient packed crackers and flatbreads. So that even on the go, you can have a healthy snack at your fingertips.

Available in flavors including Pumpkin Cheddar, Seedlander, Cherry Semolina, Apple Crisp, Fire Roasted and Hummus Maximus, there’s a cracker for every critic. For more information please visit: http://www.drkracker.com.

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