Ryvita Dark Rye Crisp Bread (250g)

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Product information

These Ryvita Dark Rye are an intriguing alternative to the classic Ryvita Crackerbread. They have a great dark taste of malt and fibre which is complemented by that fantastic Ryvita crunch.

A healthy snack; they contain less than 2% fat and only 31 calories per slice. These snacks are versatile too – just choose your topping and away you go!

Most popular with customers in France, Italy, Greece, United States of America (USA), BFPO, Romania, Spain, Korea Republic of and Kazakhstan, but you can buy Ryvita Dark Rye Crisp Bread for delivery worldwide.

One of our Ryvita branded products.

Allergy Advice

May Contain Oats, Contains Rye, May Contain Sesame, May Contain Soya, May Contain Wheat.


Rye Flour, Salt, Made with 106g of Rye Flour per 100g of product.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Kosher, Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical ValuesPer 100gPer Slice (10g)% RI** Per Slice
(of which saturates)0.2g0.02g<1%
(of which sugars)3.0g0.3g<1%
**Reference Intake of an average adult (8400 / 2000kcal)   
Approximately 25 slices per pack   

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in an airtight container to keep your Ryvita® fresh & crunchy! For Best Before End, Please See Side of Pack
  3. Pack Type: Heat Sealed.

Product reviews

5 starsRandi from Norway on

Ryvita Dark Rye Crisp Bread has a deep rich flavour and a wonderfully crunchy texture. Here in Norway we have a very large assortment of crisp breads and Ryvita Dark Rye is one of my favourites. It makes an excellent combination with cheese of all kinds. It is also good as a base for sweet spreads.

5 starssarah c from United States on

This is one of the first few flavours that Ryvita ever made. Must be my favourite, though I do buy some of the others for a nice change. I always come back for this one. It has a hearty flavour, just lightly salted, and is great with a bit of cheese spread or even just a bit of butter on top. Use the side with the holes if you want more toppings to stay on, of the smoother side for a thin later. Either way it's delicious!

5 starsRachael from France on

Love Ryvita but sadly can't buy in France.

4 starsRoger from Germany on

Ryvita Dark Rye are I think one of the best crisp breads that Ryvita make.They are great tasting and go very well topped with tasty cheddar cheese or any other topping.

They are also good on there own spread with Butter or margarine.

I like them for my packed lunch.

5 starsMaria Teresa from Italy on

Just how many of these I have eaten over the years would probably pave the road in front of my house. These were the best tasting crispbreads ever made and the go to whenever the thought of a diet came to mind. Then one day I had a light bulb moment and realised that I really liked them, diet or no diet. hey have become one of my favourite cracker with cheese or for breakfast with lime marmalade and butter. A delightful snack and an excellent product from Ryvita.

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