Monday, March 26, 2012

Review & Giveaway: Crunchmaster Crackers

The Truth's Thoughts:
I was giving the chance to review some crackers from Crunchmaster. I am always looking for a really good snacks for my boys because like any boy they are growing and love to eat. It seems like every time I turn around they are wanting something to eat, more so for my youngest. He is always yelling "Mama, I want something to eat."
 As a mom, I was very happy to see them want to eat something that was actually good for them. Because in the world today, it seems that more and more products that we see have all of this extra in them that we do not want to give our families. My kids love chips and crackers, but not all chips and crackers are things that I want my kids eating. Because lets face it, kids are all about junk food, and if it is in the house I am going to eat it. I try to eat health and how can I eat health when I have all this junk food around. So, I am always looking for the the next best thing when it comes to snack time.  Well a couple of weeks ago I was sent a whole box of samples of the Crunchmaster Crackers to try out and also hand out to the other moms that i am friends with and to other people as well. Both the moms in my group and the kids liked the Crunchmaster Crackers, but the biggest plus for me was the fact my kids liked them.

Here is a little bit about CrunchMaster take from their website:

What's Inside Our Crackers?

It's not so much what's inside our crackers as what's not inside. At Crunchmaster, we believe in keeping our products simple and real. We don’t put in any artificial flavors, preservatives or other icky stuff.

Our products are only made with all natural ingredients like pure, California grown rice, sesame, quinoa, amaranth and flax seeds.

Grown for You

Our crackers are made in the USA at our baking facility in Loves Park, IL using only the highest quality ingredients.
We use only pure, GMO free, California grown rice. The sesame seeds used in our products are grown in the U.S. with a special hybrid that was developed to fit the climate in Texas and Oklahoma. Our quinoa and amaranth seeds are sourced from the Andean region in South America. And our flax seeds are grown in the plains of the upper Midwest and Canada.
Each of these seeds are known for their unique, nutritional benefits. Quinoa is sometimes called the "mother of all grains," since it contains a balanced set of essential amino acids for humans, making it an unusually complete food. Several studies have shown that amaranth seed, like oats, may be of benefit for those with hypertension and cardiovascular disease.
Studies have shown that among other benefits, the sesamin in sesame can lower total and LDL cholesterol and raise tocopherol levels. Flax seeds contain high levels of lignans and Omega-3 fatty acids and may help lower your cholesterol levels.

So if you are mom looking for a good healthy snack that you kids would love to try, head on over to Crunchmaster or just enter my giveaway.

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Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this post. I was provided a sample of each product for my review purposes only. All opinions are 100% my own.

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