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Rice Crackers, Okaki

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Product Code: 000793
Pack Size: 10 / 300g
Country of Origin: Thailand

Nutrition Facts

Valeur nutritive

Per 1 / 2 cup cup 30 g / Pour 1 / 2 cup tasse 30 g

Amount % Daily Value
Teneur % valeur quotidienne
Calories / Calories 110
Fat / Lipides 0 g 0 %
Saturated / saturés 0 g 0 %
+Trans / trans 0
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0 mg
Sodium / Sodium 200 mg 8 %
Carbohydrate / Glucides 26 g 9 %
Fiber / Fibres 2 g 8 %
Sugars/Sucres 1 g
Protein / Protéines 2 g
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0 %
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0 %
Calcium / Calcium 0 %
Iron / Fer 4 %

Ingredients

Glutinous Rice, Soy Sauce(Soybean, Wheat, Salt, Water), Sugar, Modified Tapioca Starch, Seaweed, Paprika Oleoresin. MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF SESAME SEEDS.


UPC Each: 770795007934

   
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4 thoughts on “Rice Crackers, Okaki

  1. Hello!
    I used to buy so many bags of Dan-D-Pak Okaki rice crackers I would clear stores out of their stock (these crackers were almost the only thing I ate for so long, haha) — they are one of my favorite snacks, however about a year or two ago I was no longer able to find them anywhere (which is devastating when they were 90% of my diet). They were sold in a beige/tan colour bag with a ziplock closure at the top (I have photos of the package that I took when trying to find places selling them, to no avail).
    I found this page today, while trying to find out if I could buy them online somewhere (no luck yet — though this page was the closest I could find!).
    My favorite crackers in the bag were the white, spotted crescent shapes crackers (I always saved them for eating last because they were best). They happen to be the only cracker I cannot see pictured on the bag on this page.
    When I saw this page I wondered if maybe they just changed the packaging, however I don’t wish to buy anything unless I know that the crescent shaped white-spotted crackers are included (if so, I’m willing to order a crate/box of the crackers from whoever is able to sell them to me). I am currently located in Canada. Thanks for your help!

    • Hi Tanaka

      The recipe for our Okaki rice crackers have not changed and it looks like we still have these white spotted crescent shape crackers in the bag! Where in Canada are you located? If you live in Vancouver or the island I can find a store located near you that will carry this item. If you are in Eastern Canada I can direct you to our Toronto office. Unfortunately we do not sell directly to consumers online as of yet but hopefully in the near future will be able to.

      Thanks for your continued interest in Dan-D-Pak products!

      • That is wonderful news! (Thank you very much for responding so quickly, by the way! I’m sorry it took me so long to reply – I was not given any notification of a response. I only discovered your response by chance, when I decided to return to this page to check it out.)
        Sadly, however, I do not live close to either Toronto or Vancouver (at least not close enough to drive to either place, though Toronto is much closer to me). I live in Ottawa (6+ hours away from Toronto, I believe)- do you know if any stores in Ottawa, Ontario are currently selling these? (We have a T&T Supermarket here, however I go there frequently looking for these crackers, as this is one of the many places I used to buy them from, but have not seen them here for a couple years now. I’ve considered asking the manager of T&T, whom I speak to occasionally about ordering products, to try and get these again, with the promise that I’ll buy them in bulk). Would you know if any Ottawa stores happen to be selling them, though?
        If Dan-D-Pak is ever able to handle bulk orders from individuals (buying these crackers by the box/crate), is there any way you could contact me to let me know about this? (I provided my email in the box here.)
        Hope you can help! Thanks again!

  2. Does anyone in Victoria BC still stock these? They’ve become impossible to find in the last year or two! Thank you :) Always been a favourite and all the stores I used to buy at don’t have them now


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