Nabisco has spun off a new version of Wheat Thins - this time Bran Thins. The 10-ounce box sells for $1.19.
Kay Hadley: "Wheat Thins are my very favorite kind of cracker. Bran Thins are also a good-tasting product. Bran has been an overrated nutritional ingredient, but these crackers are tasty and deserve a try."Don Russell: "I don't think I've ever eaten a Nabisco snack cracker that I didn't like. The Bran Thins we tried were no exception. This cracker is extremely similar to Wheat Thins, with the addition of bran being the main difference. Like most other crackers, this product didn't last long at our home."
Doris Wilding: "We really like crackers and cheese. The whole family liked the Bran Thins and thought they were a good little cracker. They will be a regular on the shopping list."
Judy Slack: "The Bran Thins are quite wonderful. We are big Wheat Thins fans and these were just as good."
Edyth Jensen: "We enjoyed these crackers very much. They are thin and crisp and are good plain or with dips and toppings. They are about the same in cost as others of this type."
Linda C. Tingey: "The Bran Thins really went fast at our house. My kids loved these, and I thought they tasted good besides being good for you."
Conclusion: You might be impressed by the proclaimed health benefit of Bran Thins. But they're really winners because the little crackers are sweepstakes champions in the taste department.
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