Crackers

Crackers can often be high in energy (kilojoules), low in fibre, high in saturated fat and/or high in sodium. It is important to check the nutrition information panel per 100g and consider the product as a whole – there is little benefit in choosing crackers that are high in wholegrains if they are also high in sodium.

Calculated on a per 100g comparison

Red

Red

Meal Mates

Energy (CAL):468Cal Energy (kJ):1960kJ Total Fat:20.6g Saturated Fat:9.9g Dietary Fibre:0.0g Sodium:970mg

Snax

Energy (CAL):514Cal Energy (kJ):2150kJ Total Fat:27.3g Saturated Fat:13.0g Dietary Fibre:0.0g Sodium:810mg
Orange

Orange

Rice Cakes Sour Cream and Chives

Energy (CAL):403Cal Energy (kJ):1690kJ Total Fat:8.3g Saturated Fat:1.5g Dietary Fibre:3.5g Sodium:808mg

Salada Light

Energy (CAL):382Cal Energy (kJ):1600kJ Total Fat:2.5g Saturated Fat:0.7g Dietary Fibre:4.1g Sodium:1000mg
Green

Green

Vita-Weat 9 Grains

Energy (CAL):408Cal Energy (kJ):1710kJ Total Fat:9.4g Saturated Fat:1.1g Dietary Fibre:12.0g Sodium:452mg

Ryvita Original Rye

Energy (CAL):345Cal Energy (kJ):1444kJ Total Fat:1.2g Saturated Fat:0.2g Dietary Fibre:15.2g Sodium:290mg
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