Uhhh, Nabisco Just Unveiled Bacon-flavored Ritz Crackers

Ritz Bacon Crackers

Because it’s never too late to go the bacon route, Ritz crackers is stepping onto the bacon train, ticket in hand. The Nabisco cracker company has announced that they just released their new bacon-flavored Ritz Crackers with black pepper seasoning.

When thinking of cheese and crackers, bacon is definitely a strong possibility when it comes to jazzing up snack time. Though, I’d much rather have heaping chunks of fried salted pork embedded right into the cracker, I guess these flavored crackers will have to tide me over.

While the novelty value of bacon has wavered to some degree, it’s still nice to see some childhood favorites take their own spin on the flavor profile.

Ritz Bacon is now available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99.

 

 



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  • Linda Lovelush

    I don’t buy Ritz because they’re still using partially hydrogenated oils in their crackers. Hell, the store brand equivalent (Kroger) is just as good and they don’t add trans fats.

    (yeah, I’m one of those ‘avoid all things trans fat’ weirdos)

  • Maggiemay

    Jumped the shark.

  • Rory

    Seem like an American version of Bacon Dippers. Not sure if you have them in the US, but they have been around for years in Canada. Wouldn’t say they taste like bacon, but they are some delicious crackers.

  • Seymour Butz

    ‘Merikah

  • RCC

    These are basically a re-release of the Nabisco’s old “Bacon Thins” later known as “Flavor Originals Bacon” , although Ritz are a little thicker.

  • Anonymous

    Now when is Pringles going to do something bacon related?