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ChrisOC

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Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 7:00 PM (permalink)
Have you tried the round Saltines?  They are pretty good but we are on our second box and in both, most of them seem to be broken.
<message edited by ChrisOC on Sun, 09/29/13 7:01 PM>
 
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    Michael Hoffman

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    Re:Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 7:19 PM (permalink)
    I'd never heard of them till I read your post. A check shows they're being test marketed in New England, and if successful Nabisco likely will stop making the square ones. I pray that day never comes.
     
    I love the new (to me) Sea Salt Saltines. lleechef turned me on to them about a year ago. And they are square, and I want them to remain square.
     
    Probably because I'm square.
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      ChrisOC

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      Re:Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 8:06 PM (permalink)
      The problem is, they don't come in sleeves, just a cereal sized box full of loose crackers, with a lot of broken ones.
      I agree with you, I like my square saltines.
      <message edited by ChrisOC on Sun, 09/29/13 8:07 PM>
       
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        lleechef

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        Re:Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 8:21 PM (permalink)
        I've never seen round saltines.  I like the square ones.  And yes, MH is square but I'm square too.
         
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          ChrisOC

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          Re:Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 8:48 PM (permalink)
          I started to research this and on the box of Saltines I found the company name Mondelez.  Wow look at all the brands they own.  Where did they come from?
           
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            felix4067

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            Re:Round Saltines Sun, 09/29/13 9:54 PM (permalink)
            I don't see the point, honestly.  Why would they change a square cracker that's been around for a hundred years? (OK, I had to look it up, it's 137 years)
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              CajunKing

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              Re:Round Saltines Mon, 09/30/13 6:31 PM (permalink)
              Mondelez was created about a year ago. 
               
              It is a spin off of:
              Nabisco
              LU
              Kraft
              Cadbury
              Christie
              Adams
               
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