Review Martin's Marvelous Crisps - Gluten-Free and Nut-Free

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Are you looking for outstanding gluten-free products? Let me introduce you to Martin's Marvelous Crisps. Their philosophy is that 'life is to short to settle for second best'. They came up with some marvelous wholesome foods.


We are talking All-natural, gluten-free and nut-free gourmet products. They are located in British Columbia and are using non-GMO Pure Oats that are grown in the unadulterated Canadian Prairies on dedicated farms. The Pure Oats that they are using are gluten-free according to the standards established by Gluten-Free Certification Organization (CFCO, US) of less than 10 parts per million*.

*Although pure oats are suitable for celiac and wheat allergy diets, there is a small percentage of people who may not tolerate even the purest of oats. Please check first with your health practitioner to confirm suitability of pure oats in your diet.

Look at the beautiful package of these crisps. They come in the following flavors: Rosemary Lavender, Pumpkin Seed Cranberry, Chocolate Molé, Date & Olive Tapenade. Their marvelously all natural granola come in two flavors: Sunflower Seed Raisin and Pumpkin Seed Cranberry.

You can enjoy your crisps with a nice tapenade, a bean dip, different kind of cheeses. When entertaining they are beautiful on their own. Serve them alongside a platter of fruits and cheeses. Top the crackers with brie and a pepper jelly. My son and I ate half a package this afternoon, that's how delicious they are.

You can follow Martin's Marvelous on Twitter. For recipes, product info and to find out where to buy their products in Canada and USA please visit their website: Martin's Marvelous also watch this video on youtube

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  1. well when you dress them up that way....yes of course!
    everything you make or accessorize is fabulous

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  2. Oh that looks tasty. If we had them down here I'd try them.

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