Milton’s makes a wide variety of products from crackers, cookies, chips, and bread. Many of their products are non-GMO project certified and certified organic. They carry gluten-free products as well as other gourmet items. Milton’s purpose is to inspire people to experience the joy of eating well. I recently attended the Atlanta Gluten Free Expo where Milton’s had a booth with product samples. They were very generous and gave us gluten-free crackers and chips to try. I liked all three products and will be buying these again. The multi-grain baked crackers were my favorite. They were very light and crisp with a nice flavor. They were not heavy or hard like other gluten-free crackers. The crackers also come in: sea salt, cheddar cheese, and everything flavor. I am eyeing the cheddar cheese next. This was a definite win for me as I was unhappy with the gluten-free crackers I was eating. Next, I tried the gluten-free baked chips. The chips are non-GMO as well as gluten, dairy, soy, egg, and nut free. I had two flavors: green chili salsa and red chili salsa. They were both very good but the red chili salsa had a lot more flavor. There was a bit of a kick to it, but not too much. I did require water while enjoying them, but I am a bit of a wimp. I preferred the red chili slightly more due to the extra seasoning but would purchase both again. The gluten-free baked chips also come in: Himalayan salt, sea salt, nacho cheddar and salt & pepper flavors. I think I will try nacho cheddar next. These chips are also vegan-friendly.
I like what the company stands for and love that the food is tasty. It is a healthier option for those looking for gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan and organic products. I am very happy I found this new brand. The only struggle I am having is finding them in stores near me. Looking at their product locator they are primarily in Whole Foods and Sprouts near me. I did not see them currently in Publix in my area. I hope they start moving into the main grocery stores soon. Milton’s crackers and chips are my new favorite products. I would highly recommend them if you are looking for a healthy alternative full of flavor.
$3-4.50 Lowest price found at Target.
Where to buy:
Target, Walmart, Kroger, Whole Foods, Sprouts. You can also buy online from various sites including Amazon.
A healthy outside starts from the inside.
Rating (5 stars):
Pros: Gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, organic, very tasty
Cons: Hard to find near me
Priority: Medium – tasty gluten-free option
Savvy Tip: Available on Walmart.com for a good price. Ship and store pick up.