These historic crackers were first made in Vermont in 1828. Over the years, nationwide, they became the standard symbol of the country store.
Today we are proud to offer you a healthier, yet authentic version of the original Vermont Common Cracker. Today's crackers have no hydrogenated oils or trans fats and are void of artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
If you haven't had one yet, now is the time to enjoy our Vermont Common Crackers. Enjoy them as a perfect accompaniment to your favorite cheese, spread or dip. Ideal whole or crushed in soups and chowder. Crush them for cracker crumbs or to use as a base for stuffing.
Posted by Bonnie *Gangel" Schuster on 11th Apr 2010
As a child growing up we always had common crackers in our chowders, corn, clam, fish. My family lived a block from the store for 10 years till they bought their house. There is nothing like the store for the penny candy I grew up with if your looking for your memories take a trip to the Shelburne Store. These crackers are the real thing.