These black olive, ancient wheat and rosemary flavored crackers from Resurrection are crackers resulting from upcycling, an ecological manufacturing process consisting of recovering unused materials. Here, apple pomace was collected after making cider to make these excellent crackers.
For these crackers, old wheat flours were used, these are more expensive but have a superior taste and quality. The Kalamata used for these crackers is a variety of olives with an intense taste and firm and generous flesh.
These eco-responsible crackers will go perfectly with a tzatziki or a hummus.
Résurrection is a French brand offering eco-responsible and tasty crackers made in France from cereals recovered after brewing beer.
Following an internship in a Parisian brewery, the founder Marie Kerouedan discovered spent grains, these malted barley residues after the brewing phase which are thrown away or given as animal feed. She then decides to reuse these residues by combining different ingredients and testing different recipes to create the crackers. After discovering the spent grains, Marie and her co-founder widened their range by using apple pomace collected after the manufacture of cider. The Résurrection brand therefore offers a complete range of anti-waste aperitif biscuits, all made from spent grains and organic ingredients in a local and circular approach.