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A recent study from the USDA found that kids are consuming more calories from snacks than ever before. Pair that with the fact that many packaged snacks have exorbitant amounts of sodium and sugar, and our kids could be on their way to major health problems. That’s why KIWI teamed up with top nutritionists to develop guidelines for choosing healthier snacks, then had kids taste dozens of products. Here, six healthier cookies and crackers.

1. Fire-Roasted Veggie Crackers from Van’s Natural Foods

These delicious new crackers are made with whole grains, including brown rice, oats, millet, quinoa, and amaranth ($3, Walmart).

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2. Beyond The Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Sprouted Barley Crackers from Way Better Snacks

A key ingredient in these crackers is sprouted barley, which helps with nutrient absorption ($4 per box, grocery stores).

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3. Strawberry Banana Snax from Mum-Mum

These rice crackers feature organic whole grain brown rice.
They’re also gluten-free, egg-free, and peanut-free ($4 per box,

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4. Tiny Wafers from Sweetie Pie Organics

Perfect for teething toddlers, these biscuits are made with freeze-dried fruit and whole grains ($5 per box,

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5. Whole Wheat Fig Bars from Barbara’s

These cookies feature a real fruit filling and were a hit with our tough-to-please tween boy testers ($6 per box, Whole Foods).

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6. Yum Yummy Toddler Cookies from Ella’s Kitchen

Whole wheat grains and low sugar content make these a winner for little ones ($4 per box, Walmart).

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