NEWS: New Ritz Crackerfuls Flavors Go Multigrain, But Still Aren’t At All Ritzy

I’m not a fan of Ritz Crackerfuls, because I think they’re gigantic, glorified rectangle Ritz Bits, but it seems they’re popular enough that Nabisco felt the need to quell the desires of Ritz Crackerfuls lovers everywhere by making two new varieties, Multigrain Sharp Cheddar and Multigrain Garden Vegetable.

Garden Vegetable? Pray tell, what garden vegetables do they contain?

Well, if you love dried red bell peppers, dried green bell peppers, and dried carrots, you’re going to enjoy the Multigrain Garden Vegetable Ritz Crackerfuls. Eating one may not give you a serving of vegetables, but if you’re someone who doesn’t eat any vegetables, it’s something.

Both varieties of Multigrain Ritz Crackerfuls have 130 calories, 7 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 210 milligrams of sodium, 17 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of fiber, and 2 grams of protein. Both also use partially hydrogenated oils. Multigrain Ritz Crackerfuls are available now and come in a box of six.

6 thoughts to “NEWS: New Ritz Crackerfuls Flavors Go Multigrain, But Still Aren’t At All Ritzy”

  1. I tried the bacon cheddar variety one time…I wasn’t all that impressed. It was maybe slightly better than Ritz Bits but not by much.

  2. Something about the filling that Ritz uses… like spackle or wood repair filler… with a bit more taste. A bit.

    1. Called “Heaven On A Bun” at a local BBQ joint. A 1/3 pound cheeseburger out of the smoker, a spicy smoked sausage cut in quarters and layed on top of that, a slab of smoked beef brisket topped with a big clump of pulled pork, slathered in chipotle BBQ sauce on a corn dusted roll the size of a hubcap.

  3. The filled Ritzes aren’t a very good deal but I like the Garden Vegetable regular crackers. They taste like something … I can’t put my finger on exactly WHAT they taste like, but it’s better than the regular Ritz cracker.

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