Needing some more nutrition in your daily diet! Discover Ryvita crackers! Especially if you love a hard crunch. Ryvita has several snack crackers to choose from depending on what you want to use your snack for, such as eating with dip or a spread or perhaps just to eat like plain out of the box. Plan to use Ryvita coupons the next time you get a snack craving and help save on your grocery bill.
Ryvita Coupons for Canadians
There is a newly printed coupon for Ryvita crackers available just in time for appetizer season in 2021.
Save $0.75 on your next purchase of Ryvita Crackers
Available in Print Format Only
Coupon Expires December 30, 2021
Check the Rebate Sites and see if you can Double Dip the Savings: Checkout51 and Caddle Canada Rebates.
Prices of Ryvita Crackers in Canada
Walmart Canada ( Ontario)
- Ryvita Rye & Oat Crispbread 250 g $2.97 ( Regular)
- Ryvita Whole Grain Snackbread 125g $2.34
Real Canadian Superstore ( West)
- Wholegrain Rye Crispbread, Sesame Rye 250 g $2.50ea ( Sale Price) $2.98 (Regular)
- RYVITA Snackbread 125 g $2.00ea (Sale Price) or $2.48 Regular
- RYVITA Thins Onion Flatbreads 125 g $4.00ea (Sale Price) or $4.48
Ryvita Crispbread is made from wholegrain rye, baked to give them that crunch that we have come to know and love.
Products you can find that carry the Ryvita name include Crispbread, Snackbread, and Crackers. Look for them in your grocery aisle the next time you are doing your grocery shopping.
Find recipes online using these products as well. Ingredients like cucumber, banana, and even duck
Also, find them on Facebook. Be sure to “like” their page to be kept up to date on all the latest promotions, information, valuable coupons(like the one above), and more.
The company was founded in England around 1930
They claim to know all the 39 farmers they work with personally by name.
They try to use just simple natural ingredients, and wholegrain rye is one of their main ingredients. They carefully bake to get the perfect crunch.
Are you a Fan?
I am not even sure if I’ve eaten this brand of Cracker much – I know it’s not a staple food in my house – and I only purchase crackers when I’m doing a dip or cheese platter for hosting an event!