A water biscuit or water cracker is a type of biscuit or cracker. They are thin, hard and brittle, and usually served with cheese or wine. Originally produced in the 19th century as a version of the ship's biscuit, water biscuits continue to be popular in Ireland and the United Kingdom, with the leading brands (Carr's and Jacob's) selling over seventy million packets a year

Environment Crackers

    • Calories: 160.
    • Fat: 7g.
    • Sodium: 135mg.
    • Carbohydrates: 25g.
    • Fiber: 1.2g.
    • Sugars: 14g.
    • Protein: 1g.