These crackers are life-changing!

 

These Mill Cove Baking Company crackers made me a fanatic at first bite. I dug deep into the who, what, where, when, and why of these amazing little bites.

Who: The Mill Cove Baking Company is run by women making handmade packaged crackers in Portland. Nina Murray is the owner. She got the idea of making homemade crackers after working at a catering company and seeing how much people loved the idea of eating a homemade cracker!

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What: The crackers!  The Mill Cove Baking Co uses Maine-made and Maine-grown ingredients whenever possible to support the community that supports them! I first tried the Old Salt cracker. It was so delicious and buttery, I immediately went to their website to find out where I could buy ALL the flavors. There's the Every-Thin, Real Dill, Old Salt, and Spicy Cheddar Rye! These delightful little crackers tasted homemade! Trust me, you'll never put a Cheeze-It in your pie hole ever again!

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Where: Mill Cove is a wholesale operation, not a brick-and-mortar retail place. So, you have to find who carries their awesome crackers. Don't worry, you don't have to look hard. Your favorite little specialty shop has them, like Rosemont Market and your weekly major shopping place like Hannaford! Add it to your shopping list right now!

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When: Immediately. Need an excuse? The 'big game' on Sunday.

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Why: Because this will improve the quality of your life immediately.

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Food is such an important part of my happiness. When I can find a little something that is locally made, my happiness meter goes off the charts! Mainers are so damn creative. Thank you for making these crackers!

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