Castleton Crackers are all natural and handmade in Vermont; they are based on an 1800's cracker recipe and debuted at the Vermont Farmer’s Market in 2008.
Whitney Lamy, Founder of Castleton Crackers is an artist and baker. She is fascinated by the origins of many of the foods we eat today which led her to look 'outside the box' when contemplating her food business. In the early 1800’s Josiah Bent from Massachusetts decided to make a lighter and thinner version of Hardtack, a soldiers and seafarers staple. Mr. Bent rolled out sheets of dough, baked and hand cracked them. Whitney has been rolling out crackers this original way in her Castleton Vermont kitchen for family and friends for years.
Castleton Crackers has complemented an array of amazing Vermont and American cheese. In 2013, this led to joining the like-minded folks at the award-winning Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company.
Castleton Crackers has received praise from The Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, Food and Wine, Culture Magazine and more and in 2014, Castleton Crackers was awarded the prestigious Sofi for 'Outstanding Cracker' of the year from the Specialty Food Association.
Our Featured Castleton Cracker
Subtle flavors of rosemary infused into hand-cracked dough and baked to the perfection make these Rosemary Crackers from Castleton a real stand out. This is what a wholesome and light snack feels like. These crackers are made with 100% natural ingredients and are the perfect complement for soups, dips, salads, or they can also be consumed on their own. You won't be able to put them down!