Proofread version: Many individuals with food allergies are always searching for answers to know if their favorite snacks are safe to consume. If you’re reading this blog post, you’re probably aware that eating a snack that triggers an allergy can cause you to suffer and feel pain.
In this blog post, I will review one of the most popular cracker brands, Ritz Crackers, to determine if they are safe or should be avoided by those with a dairy intolerance.
About Ritz and Its Ingredients
Ritz Crackers are round, buttery, flaky crackers made with flour that is baked until they are crispy and can be flavored with many seasonings such as cheese, herbs, or spices.
The common ingredients used to make these crackers include wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, vitamins and minerals, canola oil, palm oil, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, soy lecithin, and natural flavor.
Some Varieties have Dairy products such as cheese and Milk
Do Ritz Crackers Have Dairy?
Most Ritz Crackers contain dairy, with only two flavors considered dairy-free: Fresh Stacks and Original Crackers. As a result, the remaining flavors are unsuitable for individuals with lactose intolerance or milk sensitivity.
The following table shows the varieties that contain dairy products:
|RITZ Cheese Crispers||Contain Cheese|
|RITZ Toasted Chips||Contain Milk|
|RITZ Cracker Sandwiches||Contain Milk|
|RITZ Bits||Contain Milk|
|RITZ Peanut Butter||Contain Milk|
Indeed, Fresh Stacks and Original Crackers are dairy-free, but all other flavors are made with milk or cheese.
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