Definitely a favorite for sweet snack lovers! For those not quite familiar with Guava, it is a tropical fruit found in regions such as Central and South America. This exotic flavor pairs wonderfully with cheese, especially the soft white type. For sweet toppings, dark chocolate spread and ice cream are our go-to options. Craize’s guava is really a unique one, and once you try it, you’ll become a fan.
Gluten free, vegan, kosher, non GMO and most of all tasty!
Two sizes available: Small 50g / 1.75oz OR Large 113g / 4oz
What is CRAIZE?
Wafer-thin, crunchy-bites of authentic goodness, the original Craize Snack Cracker is a Toasted Corn-Crisp based on the Arepa! Craize has played an integral and valuable part of the Mesoamerican diet for thousands of years. Craize is the evolution of basic staples that enhance today’s lifestyle: gluten free, vegan, kosher and most of all tasty!
The perfect canvas for a vast array of creative toppings – wherever your imagination takes you! The question is; Can you stop at just one?!
About Craize Crackers
Leo Cotter, an Architect by trade, in 1998 he traded in his sketchpad for an apron and began to pursue his passion for the culinary arts. Driven by his dream of bringing one of his favorite Venezuelan dishes to the masses, and in 2013 he had an epiphany! He began to take food that is culturally significant to his heritage and reinvent them as a modern food with modern sensibilities. For the next 5 years, he embarked on a journey (filled with sweat and tears!) to develop many of his ideas and create the perfect Craize Snack Cracker. Along the way he was joined by a team of visionaries that shared his exact vision, and their ancestral flavors became a part of the Craize roadmap. The last decade has truly been a labor of love, and following his inner voice, has led him to where they stand today!
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