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Photo Courtesy of Finn Crisp
Launched at the Helsinki Summer Olympics in 1952, Finn Crisp is no stranger to Finnish or European cooks. But they’re not on the US cracker radar, and that’s too bad. Made with whole grains and little else these ultra thin and very crispy crackers make for great solo munching. The original crisp has a wonderful sour rye flavor while the newer whole grain combo is a perfect plain cracker for bean dips or sliced cheese. One cracker has between 20 to 30 calories and 1 gram of fiber.