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Wheat Thins (Cinnamon)

Wheat Thins are a popular baked snack cracker found in North America, distributed by Nabisco, a subsidiary of Kraft Foods Global Inc. Also Vegetable Thins, Pita Thins, and Rice Thins, which both are spun-off from Wheat Thins are available in Canada and some regions of the United States. Wheat Thins come in many variations.

Wheat Thins sold in Canada use a different recipe from the ones sold in the United States. One key difference is that all packages of the American version contain 5 grams of whole grains per serving, but most of the Canadian variations do not contain any whole grains.

The cracker is still well-known for its late 80's ad campaign starring Sandy Duncan (then a cast member of the hit sitcom The Hogan Family).



  • Original
  • Reduced Fat
  • Honey
  • Hint of Salt (Low Sodium)
  • Big
  • Multi-Grain
  • 100% Whole Grain
  • Sundried Tomato & Basil
  • Ranch
  • Parmesan Basil
  • Cream Cheese & Chives
  • Artisan Cheese Vermont White Cheddar
  • Artisan Cheese Wisconsin Colby
  • Fiber Selects Garden Vegetable
  • Fiber Selects Five Grain
  • Reduced Fat Roasted Garlic & Herb
  • Reduced Fat Country French Onion

Popular Toppings and Dips

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