Pros: Fun shapes, zero trans fat, organic, recycled paper packaging
Cons: Not super cheddary
The manufacturer of these crackers is very cool. They're members of 1% for the Planet and they purchase wind power for their operations. Their packaging is 100% recycled cardboard (plus the little plastic bit that holds the crackers). So those are all added bonuses.
The crackers themselves aren't bad. The shapes are really quite fun. And the health factor (organic, reduced fat, GMO free, no trans fat, etc) is solid. For the vegans of the world (vegans who still like the taste of cheddar), these are definitely a great option. I, however, am not vegan. So for me, the cheddar-esque quality was lacking a little. I'd have to say, I'd opt for Annie's Cheddar Bunnies (for the non-vegan in me).
I also find it a little funny that they're made in facility that does process dairy (and nuts, etc) - so for those looking for dairy free crackers based on allergies...these probably won't cut it.
That said, I certainly wouldn't refuse eating these again. I would indeed buy them again. Especially to support such a good eco-minded company.