soda crackers


For many of us, the mere thought of biting into a delicious, crispy cracker brings a smile to our faces. If you’ve ever had to pass on bread products because of digestive discomfort, you’re lucky to learn that crackers are a healthier option. There’s a tasty solution that might just change your snack game: soda crackers made using a 24-hour fermentation process.

What Makes These Soda Crackers Different?

The secret lies in the way they’re made. Let’s break it down:

  1. Fermentation Process:
    • Yeast Power: Bakers use Saccharomyces cerevisiae to make soda crackers. This yeast is a fermentation powerhouse that breaks down sugars and starches in the wheat flour. As it does this, it produces carbon dioxide and ethanol, which helps to leaven the dough and give those crackers their signature texture.
    • Enzymatic Action: Alongside the yeast, specific enzymes are used to further break down complex molecules in wheat. These enzymes act like tiny scissors, cutting proteins into smaller, more digestible pieces.
  2. Breaking Down Hard-to-Digest Proteins:
    • One of the main culprits behind wheat-related digestive issues is gluten, a protein that can be tough on the stomach. The 24-hour fermentation process partially breaks down gluten.This means your digestive system has less work to do, making it easier for you to enjoy wheat without the bloat.
  3. Reduced Anti-Nutrients:
    • Fermentation also reduces levels of phytic acid, an anti-nutrient that can hinder the absorption of important minerals. Lower phytic acid means your body can absorb nutrients more effectively, contributing to better overall health.
  4. Less Bloating:
    • Many people experience bloating from certain carbohydrates in wheat, such as fructans. The good news? The fermentation process in soda crackers helps break down these carbohydrates, reducing the amount that reaches your gut and minimizing the chance of bloating.

A Game-Changing Snack

Incorporating soda crackers into your diet can be a game-changer for those who love wheat-based snacks but struggle with digestive discomfort. Thanks to their unique 24-hour fermentation process, soda crackers offer a more digestible alternative to traditional wheat products.

Rovira Soda Crackers follow this important process, making them stand out in the market. By breaking down hard-to-digest proteins like gluten, reducing anti-nutrients, and lessening bloating-inducing carbohydrates, these crackers provide a delicious and gut-friendly snack option. So, go ahead and enjoy that crispy bite without the bloat—your digestive system will thank you.


Download our RECIPES BOOK!

Here you’ll find the best Rovira’s recipes for any activity or party.

Download our

Here you’ll find the best Rovira’s recipes
for any activity or party.