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TUC crackers

TUC is a brand of snack biscuit originating in Belgium,[1] available in Europe, Asia, North America and North Africa. The salted savoury snack biscuits are octagonal in shape (like a rectangle with the corners cut off) and are golden yellow in colour. TUC crackers for Europe's English speaking markets are made by Jacob Fruitfield Food Group, part of the Valeo Foods Group, and they have a taste somewhat comparable to Ritz in the UK. In mainland Europe they are marketed by Mondelēz International

TUC crackers are now used in a Milka chocolate bar, which has the original milka chocolate with mini TUC crackers on top of it and on the reverse side.

Varieties of TUC biscuit[]

There are some varieties of TUC biscuits available:

  • Original[2]
  • Mini TUC - Original[2]
  • TUC Cheese Sandwich[2]
  • TUC Barbecue[2]
  • TUC Craks Original[2]
  • TUC Craks Sour Cream and Onion[2]
  • TUC Bacon
  • TUC Garlic and Herbs
  • TUC Paprika
  • TUC Pidgeon & Cranberry
  • TUC Break
  • TUC Break Rosemary & Olive
  • TUC Salt & Pepper
  • TUC Sweet Chili
  • TUC Roasted Chicken
  • TUC Samphire

See also[]

  • TUC The Lighter Side of Life


  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Webarchive backup: TUC - from 2013 Tuc at Valeo Foods website.

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