Latest Cracker Stories

2009-11-12 17:34:00

LOVES PARK, Ill., Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Rachael Ray Show fans across the United States will discover the great taste and crunch of one of the hottest selling, new cracker brands in the U.S.

2009-11-04 08:00:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Country music fans coming to Nashville during CMA Week will have the opportunity to meet Alan Jackson at a new attraction - a temporary Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® retail shop right in the middle of downtown, at lst & Broadway.

2009-10-22 08:00:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Oct.

2009-09-08 17:19:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today, Cracker Barrel will offer an exclusive new version of the Zac Brown Band's CD The Foundation.

2009-09-02 09:00:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Sept.

2009-09-01 19:56:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- George Jones won't be playing possum this month.

2009-08-24 09:22:37

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning people with allergies to milk not to consume Lotte-brand Korean Crackers (Ummaeson Pie). The CFIA said the recalled product contains milk that is not declared on the label, possibly causing a serious or life-threatening reaction in people with allergies to milk. The crackers are sold as Ummaeson Pie, with the English product name, Korean Cracker, appearing on a sticker on the back of the package along with Item No.

2009-08-17 16:08:29

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning people with allergies to milk not to consume Haitai and Lotte brands of cookies and crackers. The CFIA said the recalled products, imported from Korea, contain milk which is not listed on the ingredients label.

2009-08-17 11:17:00

LEBANON, Tenn., Aug.

2009-07-16 10:15:00

MIAMI, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- A new 100% certified organic snack will soon be hitting supermarket shelves. Explorer's Bounty is pleased to announce the debut of its new Tribal Stone Crackers.

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