Have you recently been in search of a tasty cracker?

May I suggest an Ak-Mak?

From the cradle of civilization; the ancient lands made famous by Noah's Ark... AK-MAK Bakeries brings you the original Armenian Cracker Bread, "AK-MAK"® — the cracker bread with a 3,000 year history.

— Quote from the back of the box

Ak-Mak is a stone-ground Armenian cracker bread made in California. It's been manufactured by the Soojan family for four generations, since 1893. It is almost definitely available at your local grocery store.

Ak-Mak Cracker

Each box comes with twenty crackers. The crackers are divided into sheets of four and are lightly sprinkled with sesame seeds. They are dry and crispy, but with a mild whole-wheat chewiness.

The crackers contain only six ingredients: organically grown whole wheat flour, clover honey, sesame oil, dairy butter, sesame seeds, yeast, and salt. They contain 5g of protein per serving.

Ak-Mak's website lists their product as being certified organic, but nowhere on the box do they advertise this. In fact, on the side it says "copyright 1995". Ak-Mak has not changed their packaging since the O.J. Simpson trial.

Ak-Mak Cracker Box

Next time you've finished whipping up a batch of hummus and you're wondering if you should buy some pita bread, skip it! Pita bread these days is full of weird garbage. I'd suggest an Ak-Mak.

If you want a good cracker, Ak-Mak is a superior choice. You will not be disappointed.