Mary's Gone Crackers

Mary's Gone Crackers Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 27 December 2018

Posted by: Manua

Hello, I purchased some “Mary’s Gone Crackers” crackers and ate some yesterday, June 12th 2019, and chipped a molar on the back right side of my mouth. These crackers are very hard to begin with but then the seeds are very small, super hard and pointy. I have since found out that this happened to many people. This is unsafe and can lead to pain and expensive dental repairs. I believe the only resolution in my case is that the company pays for my dental repairs. As for as the future, this company needs to be notified and either pull their product off the market or modify it so this can be avoided. Many people have already experienced broken teeth, something must be done to prevent anymore people from going through the same nightmare. Thank you, [name removed] [protected]

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