Crackers, Graham, Cinnamon
Baked frontier crackers. 5 g protein per serving. Crafted with 100% whole grains. Made with freshly ground whole grains and no preservatives. Non GMO ingredients. Protein-packed. Park City. Restoring the Whole Grain Tradition: Way back when, graham crackers were whole grain snacks made by folks who relied on them as a source of nourishment. Kodiak Cakes Bear Bites bring back the old way of making graham crackers by using 100% whole grains and non-GMO ingredients because you and your cubs require protein-packed nourishment to navigate today's frontier. Whole grains taste better. Snack Adventurously: Did you know? As omnivores, a grizzly bear may eat as much as 90 lbs of food a day - that’s a lot of chewing. While we certainly don’t need to take in that many meals as humans, it is important to choose balanced, whole grain, and protein-packed snacks like Kodiak Cakes Bear Bites, when we do. Hungry for more grizzly facts? Check out the quiz below. Bear Trivia: 1. Why do grizzly bears hibernate during winter? A) It's cold B) Lack of food C) They are lazy 2. The fastest known human alive today can run 27 mph. A grizzly bear can run: A) 15 mph B) 50 mph C) 35 mph 3. How long do grizzly bears hibernate for each year? A) 5-7 months B) 3-4 months C) 8-9 months 4. What's the best way to tell a grizzly from a black bear? A) Grizzly bears are brown B) Grizzly bears are bigger C) Grizzly bears have a hump above their shoulders. Answers: 1 = B, 2= C, 3 = A, 4= C. Fresh is best! kodiakcakes.com. Instagram. Twitter. Facebook. YouTube. Pinterest. Kodiak Cakes started out of a red wagon. Learn our story and join our adventure at kodiakcakes.com. We can tell you like to get the bottom of things. Learn more about our story at kodiakcakes.com. Grizzly Bear and Wild Life Foundations: We're committed to keeping the frontier wild for future generations. Your purchase helps us support foundations that protect grizzly bears and other wildlife habitats around the country. Carton made with recycled paper. Please recycle.