Wheat Thins aren't whole-grain, although whole wheat IS the first ingredient. (Second one is enriched flour) But I really like them.
I'd have to say I eat the reduced-fat Triscuits most often. They're pretty cheap and readily available, plus other stores (for example, Aldi's) have their own "generic" version of Triscuits and they're even cheaper. Some of the Wasa crackers are okay, but I hated the multi-grain. They weren't bad enough to justify throwing them away, but it took me a loooong time to gnaw my way through that package. The Kashi never go on sale around here.
Sometimes when there's a little extra money in the food budget, I'll buy a brand of crackers or cereal or bread or something else, to try. So far I'd have to say the Triscuits are still what I usually get.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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