Wheat Thins is a brand of baked whole grain snack food crackers distributed by Mondelez International in the United States and Canada, as well as wholesaler USA Foods in Australia. Wheat Thins come in a variety of flavors and varieties.
Wheat Thins is well-known for its 1970s and 1980s advertising campaigns starring Sandy Duncan, as well as a more recent commercial featuring Brian and Stewie from Family Guy that aired during Super Bowl XLVI. Other recent marketing for the brand has focused on younger consumers.
Depending on the country and market, different varieties of Wheat Thins are available, and nutritional values are approximated using US-recommendations for adults.
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When were Wheat Thins invented?
Wheat Thins are thin, crispy wheat crackers with a great taste and a big crunch that have been a staple in the United States and Canada since 1947.
What happened to Original Wheat Thins?
As you may have heard, we plan to increase the whole grain content of Original Wheat Thins to 100% whole grain. When we make the switch to 100% whole grain for Original Wheat Thins, we’ll phase out the u201c100% Whole Grainu201d Wheat Thins that are currently on the shelf, as well as their old recipe.
Why are Wheat Thins so bad for you?
Wheat Thins have 130 calories, 4 grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of protein, and 260 milligrams of sodium per 16 crackers (about an ounce); however, Wheat Thins contain high-fructose corn syrup, which has been linked to obesity and diabetes.
Where did Wheat Thins come from?
Wheat Thins is a brand of baked whole grain snack food crackers distributed by Mondelez International in the United States and Canada, as well as wholesaler USA Foods in Australia.
Why are Wheat Thins so good?
Additional Nutritional Benefits Original Wheat Thins provide 2% of the recommended dietary allowance for calcium and 4% of the recommended dietary allowance for iron, as well as 2 g of fiber per serving, compared to less than 1 g of fiber in enriched white flour crackers, and no cholesterol.
Are Wheat Thins a healthy snack?
Yes, Wheat Thins are bad for you; despite the fact that Nabisco promotes them as a healthy baked snack, they are not good for your overall health.
Are Wheat Thins being discontinued?
They have not been phased out.
Why are they called Stoned Wheat Thins?
Although the American company that makes Stoned Wheat Thins, Nabisco, was purchased by the multinational Mondelez and the crackers are now sold in the United States under the name Red Oval Farms, they are still made in Canada from Canadian wheat and the cracked wheat in them is stone milled.
Are Wheat Thins plant based?
Yes, the Original Wheat Thins, as well as most other Wheat Thins flavors, are vegan, including Wheat Thin’s Toasted Chips’ Multigrain flavor.
Which is better for you Triscuits or Wheat Thins?
Triscuits are essentially doused with oil and salt and contain 75 grams of fat, 20 calories, and 30 milligrams of sodium per cracker, while Wheat Thins contain 3 grams of fat, 11.5 calories, and 14.3 milligrams of sodium per cracker.
What are the worst crackers to eat?
The healthiest crackers available.
- Worst: Nabisco Wheat Thins Original.
- Worst: Carr’s Table Water Crackers.
- Worst: Keebler Club Crackers, Original.
- Worst: Ritz Roasted Vegetable.
- Worst: Ritz Bits, Cheese.
- Worst: Cheez-It Original.
Are Crackers better than bread?
If you’re trying to lose weight, crackers can help: two multigrain crackers contain around 64 calories, compared to approximately 250 calories in two slices of multigrain bread, resulting in a 186-calorie savings.
Do Wheat Thins have high fructose corn syrup?
Wheat Thins are made with high-quality ingredients and contain no cholesterol or high-fructose corn syrup.
Are Wheat Thins Square?
Wheat Thins crackers are made with 100% whole grain wheat for a rich, wholesome, salty-sweet flavor. Each serving of this thin square whole wheat cracker contains 21 grams of whole grain and contains no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, or artificial flavors.
What do Wheat Thins taste like?
Wheat Thins We love how small and thin they are, with just a slick of grease and that distinct nutty and salty flavor, with just a hint of sweetness poking through all of that whole grain goodness.