HI Ruth and Fergusc, this package of Wasa Fiber Rye lists dietary fiber and sugars separately with their respective grams under Total Carbohydrate. So, I'm wondering if I should consider 1 crispbread to have just 5 gr. carbohydrate if I discount the 2 gr. fiber. Well, actually, it might not matter. I've had mostly higher readings afterwards anyway. So, maybe I could get away with 1/2 cracker. Sometimes I think this is too ridiculous, like counting grains of rice (which I can't eat anyway.) A piece of meat the size of a deck of cards. What's next? Soup in a thimble?
Ruth, I bought it at Kroger in a section that seems to have imported crackers in the bigger cracker/cookie section.
Oh, Ruth, I'm telling you sometimes I end up worrying about the tiniest piece of food, wondering if it will drive the readings up. Then, I eat it anyway. The above message was probably a reflection of my frustration. Well, I think I"m back to normal now. Kroger and Schnuks are the main supermarkets here not counting WalMart. I have found that one Kroger may have different choices than the other one. I found the Wasa Rye at only one of the two Krogers in my vicinity.