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Ritz Crackers and Nabisco what have you done to your crackers! They are higher priced, not as many crackers in the box AND you have changed the recipe! They don't taste near as good and they crumble really easy. A lot of them are crumbled before you open the package. I, for one, will be buying a different cracker if this doesn't change. So sad because I have been eating and buying Ritz crackers my entire adult life and I'm getting ready to turn 58.

Ritz Crackers Hi Freda, there hasn't been any change in our RITZ Crackers recipe so it's possible that a error in our bakery may have happened. Could you please send us a private message with the UPC, the expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow? We'd like to look into this. Thanks!
Like · Reply · 1 · November 26, 2013 at 6:01am
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David Wainwright II I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but yes you have changed something. I've only noticed it here recently and I buy them all the time, or at least I did. The flavor is gone and you can't take a bite without it falling apart.
Like · Reply · 3 · August 25, 2016 at 5:59pm
Ritz Crackers Hi David - That doesn't sound right! Could you please send us a private message with the UPC of the package, expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow? Thanks!
Like · Reply · 1 · August 27, 2016 at 12:11pm
Carlos Contreras Yup we just bought a box, they no longer have that sweet buttery taste, they just taste like an overly salted plain cracker now.
Like · Reply · 3 · September 2, 2016 at 5:23pm
Brian Jenkins Yes, the current box that just says "Ritz Crackers" are no longer the same crackers we have grown up loving. You have to find the box that reads Ritz Crackers with the word "Original" on the box as well.
Like · Reply · 2 · September 6, 2016 at 3:56pm
Brian Jenkins It's Pretty sneaky, Nabisco. Pretty sneaky.
Like · Reply · 2 · September 6, 2016 at 3:57pm
Doug Lester Having lived abroad I can tell you that there are many possible reasons for a different taste or texture. The flour here in Japan is different. The all purpose flour in the U.S. is not available so bread tends to be tougher than in the States. Flour used for tortillas is not suitable for crackers, etc. Sounds like a quality control fail to me.
Like · Reply · 2 · September 8, 2016 at 9:39pm
Victoria McCabe Suspect they changed the brand/type of oil they use, and that caused the loss of the buttery taste. Maybe in response to CA and NY banning transfat products??? So technically when they say the recipe did not change Nabisco is being partially truthful in a Clinton like manner;).
Like · Reply · 4 · September 11, 2016 at 11:51pm
Ritz Crackers Silver Top Hi there - Unfortunately we cannot see the post you are referring to. Please can you send us a private message with some further information? We'd like to help resolve this issue for you.
Like · Reply · September 23, 2016 at 7:15am
Doug Cain I'm pretty sure they moved their operations to mexico to cut costs for themselves. Took union jobs away and lost the quality. I have been experiencing the same thing. I was going to look past the betrayal of moving ops but the crakers suck now.
Like · Reply · 1 · December 19, 2016 at 2:10pm
Freda Kay Doug Cain , I can't believe my post is still circulating but that's great as maybe they will pay attention to their consumers or should I say the people that keep them in business..
Like · Reply · December 19, 2016 at 2:13pm
Kim Khan My husband and I were just talking about this and decided to look it up to see if we were crazy or if in fact they were different. They crumble like crazy and they do not taste the same. We need to find a new cracker. These are terrible.
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Freda Kay I sent you a private message and may I add that my favorite Ritz cracker is with cream cheese and Cowboy Candy (candied jalepenos)! YUM!!
Like · Reply · November 26, 2013 at 5:59pm
Kathy Jordan Well Freda, Nabisco advised me that the smaller box and contents were at a request the request of the consumer and I quote "We listen closely to our consumers, and we have heard from many that they would prefer to have a slightly smaller package size a...See More
Like · Reply · 1 · November 26, 2013 at 6:40pm · Edited
Eugene O'Neill Ritz cracker definitely DO NOT taste as good as they used to. They used to have more of a buttery taste as well as being just a little sweet. I bought a box for New Years and thought I had some off brand cracker. I'll be thinking twice before I buy again. Looks like I might have to switch to Keebler TownHouse cracker!!!
Like · Reply · 3 · January 2, 2016 at 7:20pm
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Mark Chase My wife and I both notice a change. And if you just google it, apparently a million other people do as well. Used to be my fav, time to buy something different. My wife says the honey grahams suck now as well...

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Like · Reply · 1 · February 12, 2016 at 4:47pm
Elizabeth Zippelius Ate one and knew the recipe is different. No doubt. :P
Like · Reply · 3 · August 2, 2016 at 8:19pm
Lynda Smith Ritz crackers haveDEFINITELY changed their recipe. The are dry, pasty, crumbly, absolutely no flavor. Just bought my very last box.
Like · Reply · 1 · September 9, 2016 at 5:01pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Lynda - That doesn't sound right! Could you please send us a private message with the UPC of the package, expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow? Thanks!
Like · Reply · September 10, 2016 at 6:43am
Lynda Smith I threw it all away.
Like · Reply · September 14, 2016 at 3:44pm
Ritz Crackers That's okay, Lynda! Could you also please send us your mailing address?
Like · Reply · September 15, 2016 at 7:58am
Ritz Crackers Thank you for sharing this information with us, Lynda. We will be sending out a reimbursement coupon shortly.
Like · Reply · September 16, 2016 at 6:49am
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Tiffany Epps-Eigenmann I've have taken one family pack box back to the store and am now taking the second one that replaced it back because we're having the opposite issue - the Ritz cracker is hard and not as buttery and flaky as I usual. :(
Like · Reply · 2 · September 16, 2016 at 12:05pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Tiffany - We're so sorry! We'd like to share this with our team right away. Please send us a private message with the UPC, expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow. Thanks!
Like · Reply · September 16, 2016 at 1:25pm
Bob Pfister We will never buy Ritz again. Your new formula sucks Nabisco.
Like · Reply · 1 · September 23, 2016 at 5:51pm
William Grandfield I bought a box and they appear flatter and taste like cardboard. Just replaced the box. If these are the same way...adios
Like · Reply · 1 · September 27, 2016 at 6:03am
Ritz Crackers Hi William - We're sorry to hear that you're disappointed! We'd like to get this reported. Please private message us the UPC, expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow. Thanks for letting us know!
Like · Reply · September 27, 2016 at 6:12am
Dianna Wilmot Cardoza I agree. My husband and I both noticed that Ritz crackers have changed. They are very bland. Even not as dark as they use t be.
Like · Reply · 1 · October 19, 2016 at 5:11pm · Edited
Andrew Smith Me too.what has happened . Where's the salty sweet glaze gone . New ritz are just like any other cracker now . No point in spending the extra money for them . Might as well buy supermarket own brand
Like · Reply · 1 · October 26, 2016 at 7:54am
Andrew Smith Gonna look on eBay . See if I can get a box of old recipe. Probably be about £30 though.
Like · Reply · 1 · October 26, 2016 at 7:55am
Jean Phillips Ridley I agree... The recipe has changed and I can't spread peanut butter on a cracker because it crumbles. Not the same....guess I won't be buying anymore. Just bought my 3rd box...thought I had a bad batch before....Ugh!!!
Like · Reply · 1 · October 26, 2016 at 1:03pm
Cameron Gunther I've also noticed that they taste more salty and less buttery, as has my gf. Are they differently produced at Costco? Because the ones we bought at Costco were really bad, we threw the whole box away and bought some at a local grocer, better but very salty like I said.
Like · Reply · 1 · October 26, 2016 at 9:53pm
Bob Allen I have to admit that we only buy Ritz and got a smaller pack, most likely from Walmart in October of 2016 - stiffer, not as flavorful, and almost stale. Come'on man.
Like · Reply · 1 · November 16, 2016 at 10:02pm
Betsy Keffaber Just opened a box different taste and falling to pieces , problems in the kitchen somewhere
Like · Reply · 1 · November 23, 2016 at 3:08pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Betsy - That doesn't sound right. Would you mind sending us a private message with the UPC and expiration date so we can get this reported?
Like · Reply · November 24, 2016 at 6:08am
Jason McCallum You guys did chabge the recipe, its heavier. Tastes more like an animal cracker. Not good!
Like · Reply · 1 · December 4, 2016 at 6:31pm
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Freda Kay The bottom line is Ritz Crackers, please put the Ritz cracker back to the *ORIGINAL* before you lose us all! We don't like the taste or the consistency! And I find it hard to believe that a consumer told you to make a smaller box for the same price. It's funny, I am noticing that many different product boxes are getting smaller...
Like · Reply · December 19, 2016 at 2:23pm
Lawry Bump We bought a new box of Ritz two weeks ago. This week we bought an expensive port cheese spread that is great with Ritz and we've had the combo for years.This time half the Crackers were already crumbled and we couldn't spread the cheese on the whole on...See More
Like · Reply · December 20, 2016 at 2:36pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Lawry- We'd love to get this reported to our bakery. Can you send us a private message with the UPC, Best Before Date, and the numbers and letters that follow? Thank you!
Like · Reply · December 21, 2016 at 1:28pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Lawry - That doesn't sound right. Would you mind sending us a private message with the UPC and expiration date so we can get this reported?
Like · Reply · December 22, 2016 at 6:15am
Patricia Bradfield Muchmore I definitely agree with Lawry. More crumbly and lighter. Much crisper before. Can't use with spreads or dips.
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Patricia Bradfield Muchmore We will switch to Townhouse
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Lawry Bump We have switched to Townhouse as well.
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Patricia Bradfield Muchmore Most defiantly agree with Lawry. Much crumblier and can't use with spreads or dips. Will be changing to Townhouse after being a loyal customer for over 40 years
Like · Reply · January 1 at 6:29pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Patricia - We're so sorry to hear that! Please send us a private message with the UPC, expiration date, and the letters and numbers that follow. Thanks!
Like · Reply · January 2 at 1:29am
Amy Powell I'll send ya upc too
Like · Reply · January 10 at 7:52pm
Patricia Bradfield Muchmore The next box we opened which were bought at same time as crumblier crackers were much better, more like the original ones.
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Patricia Bradfield Muchmore Ritz Crackers I don't have box anymore.
Like · Reply · January 10 at 8:12pm
Ritz Crackers That's okay, Patricia! Could you also please send us a private message with your mailing address?
Like · Reply · January 11 at 6:14am
Amy Powell I'm going to buy a box today and see if their different too
Like · Reply · January 11 at 7:44am
Amy Powell bought another box today, they were perfect! maybe boxes were mixed up with fat free
Like · Reply · January 11 at 4:15pm
Amy Powell so glad, I love Ritz crackers
Like · Reply · January 11 at 4:15pm
Ritz Crackers Hi Amy - We're so happy to hear this! We would still like to resolve your previous issue though, so please do send us the product information in a private message. Thanks for reaching out!
Like · Reply · 1 · January 12 at 1:48am
Amy Powell I did, do ya think we can get a free cracker coupon lol
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Amy Powell I bought a box a few months ago and the recipe has changed..they use to be flavorful and flaky. I wont
Like · Reply · 1 · January 10 at 7:43pm
Amy Powell won't be buying anymore unless they go back like they were. Their hard, flat and nasty now..taste like all oils removed.
Like · Reply · 1 · January 10 at 7:51pm
Milli Hampton Not as much flavor and dry. So sad, this was a fovorite
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Betsy Theroux Thoman Would appear that this new recipe is here to stay bought a box for party and noticed that they are not the same as before. Will not be buying them again because looking back over the timeline it appears that they never made a change back to the way used to be.
Like · Reply · January 15 at 5:50pm
Jeff Lolley You can't even make a peanut butter cracker...they just fall apart. I suppose Nabisco figures they have a monopoly on the market. Nevermind that for 50 years they were great. Anyone remember when Coca Cola changed their recipe and lost their market share lead. They have never fully recovered.
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Jeff Toye Research when your favorite cookie nj cracker is made. You might be very surprised.
Like · Reply · January 22 at 5:53am