RENO, Nev.– Mary’s Gone Crackers – a line of gluten free, non-GMO, organic and vegan snacks – has experienced rapid retail distribution growth over the last six months. The brand has expanded product lines at multiple retailers across the United States and Canada to remain ahead of increased demand for all cracker varieties, including the Original, Super Seed and REAL Thin crackers.
“We are thrilled to see more and more retailers embrace our extensive product lines,” said Mary’s Gone Vice President of Sales, Jason Galante. “Our rapid retail expansion encourages consumers to try all of Mary’s offerings and signifies our commitment to strengthening brand presence nationally and internationally.”
Multiple retailers in the United States have welcomed new varieties and flavors, including HEB, Fresh Thyme, Natural Grocers, Albertsons, NCG, CVS, Costco and Sprouts. Whole Foods has also added a new REAL Thin flavor as well as two new Super Seed varieties.
Expansion will extend to the Canadian market, with two new REAL Thin flavors available at Save-on-Foods, Loblaws, and Metro, and other new offerings at Federated Co-Op and Costco Canada. E-commerce product lines will also be broadened on platforms such as i-Herb.
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About Mary’s Gone Crackers
Mary’s Gone Crackers® is the largest organic and gluten free cracker company in the United States. The company bakes organic, gluten-free, non-gmo crackers in their own dedicated organic and gluten-free bakery in Reno, Nevada. Since its inception, the company has grown at a rapid pace, expanding its offerings while staying true to its promise to use only whole, plant-based ingredients free from wheat, nuts, eggs, and dairy. Products are available at natural, specialty, mainstream grocery and club stores. Mary’s Gone Crackers, in business since 2004, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kameda Seika, Japan’s largest manufacturer of rice crackers.
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