Climate-Friendly Crackers

91 reviews
Variety Pack

Try all three tasty flavors (Sourdough Sea Salt, Rosemary Garlic, and Tomato Basil), made with organic, regeneratively grown ingredients, heart healthy oil, and no added sugar.

30 reviews
Sourdough Sea Salt

Whether you’re looking for an addition to your cheese plate or something to devour with that hummus, these crackers made with naturally fermented sourdough have you covered.

28 reviews
Rosemary Garlic

 We turned the world’s most delicious (and climate-friendly) herb garden into a cracker. These savory morsels pair well with soup, garden vegetables, and love for the planet. 

26 reviews
Tomato Basil

For those looking for robust flavor, meet our elegant take on a pizza cracker. Made from the freshest ingredients, you won’t be able to stop eating them by the handful!


Regenerative agriculture

Regenerative agriculture practices are built on a foundation of conservation and rehabilitation. At scale, these practices help to tackle climate change by storing carbon in the soil. This carbon helps to renew the soil’s organic matter while keeping it out of our atmosphere.

How our products are made

Since we forge direct connections with farmers, we know exactly where and how our food is grown--which includes its climate-friendliness and human impact. Most brands utilize suppliers for their ingredients, making it difficult to trace their sourcing and impact. At Moonshot, we’re proud to set a new precedent.

About Our Mission

We want to give everyone the power and resources to be a Climatarian. Climate-friendly snacks are possible, and it’s our mission to prove that food can help fight climate change. Thanks for joining us on our carbon neutral journey!

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About climate-Friendly food

Happy Farmers

We’ve forged direct connections with our farmers, ensuring our ingredients are traceable right back to the farmer and field. We pay them a premium to build a market for the food that they take great care in growing and the healthy soil they’re regenerating.

More Nutrient Dense

Our farmers practice regenerative agriculture, a farming method that focuses on creating healthy soil, trapping carbon in the ground, and renewing its organic matter. Healthie