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Arnott's Cruskits

Arnott's Cruskits

1.7 from 66 reviews



Ian K

Ian KSydney Surrounds, NSW

Rice Cruskits GONE?


Where have the Rice Cruskits gone? Neither Coles nor Woolies stock them in store or online. Totally gone. As a coeliac Rice Cruskits are the only gluten free even the Corn contain wheat flour. Please tell me why they are no more?

They've cheapened the product


Stupid move Arnott's. After using Cruskits for years I'm going to have to find another way to serve what the family calls "munchies." Instead of simply increasing the price (which I'd have been more than willing to wear) you've made each Cruskit smaller. Thanks to that stupid move the Cruskits tend to break easily so I can no longer rely on them for the purpose they were originally designed for. So for the sake of saving a few cents per package you've made the product impractical to use and lost a customer. Did you really think customers wouldn't notice?

Purchased in October 2019.

Steve J.

Steve J.Perth, WA



I opened a new box of Cruskits today, and they are noticeably smaller. Again, based upon the comments below. It’s an unsurprising trend, but it appears to be a standard approach by Arnotts in particular. What gives?

I don’t mind the change, it’s the sneakiness that annoys. There is nothing on the pack that indicates anything other than they are “original.”

Purchased in September 2019.

What has happened to Corn Cruskits?


Not only are they smaller...but more compressed, resulting in chalky texture and bland flavour. Very disappointed as this is an item we bought weekly.....will seek out an alternative now. What is the reason for the change?

Purchased in April 2019.

Karen L

Karen LSydney, NSW

  • 2 reviews

Not Happy !!!


When I purchased arnotts rye cruskits today, I was really disappointed to find that they are considerably smaller and the texture and taste seem to not be up to their usual standard. I have tried to be loyal to brands I like but I will be checking out the Coles alternative which is not my usual practice...

Purchased in February 2019 at Blacktown .

No More Cruskits for me !!


These latest Cruskits are bloody awful. I first noticed the Rye ones I used to like are paler in colour. Then I saw that they weren't as wide as before. Looks like I'll be looking to buy an alternative once these are gone. Sooner the better as far as I'm concerned !! Well Done again Arnotts !!

What have you done Mr Arnott


Like so many comments before me I’m very disappointed. There are a lot of comments about the size (smaller yet still same weight on packaging). As a long time eater of this product I have to inform you that although yes the biscuits are smaller they are slightly heavier than the original hence the same weight per box.
What use to be light and have a distinctive flavour is now hard, crunchy with little or no flavour.
Well I’m sorry Mr Arnott but like many other people here you have lost my support.
Shame Shame Shame

Would buy bulk


I LIVE on corn cruskits. I wish they came in larger boxes. I buy 2-3 boxes per week. They hold A LOT of toppings. My favourite right now being hummus, vegan feta, sauerkraut, tomato, red onion and smoked paprika. Other crisp breads and crackers do not compare!!


JoHChelsea Heights

  • Verified purchase

Smaller and less in box


I buy them weekly but the have changed they are smaller and break a lot easier than before and less in the box also. Very disappointing. Do they think we are stupid and won’t notice?



  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Within use by date and stale



ANTOINETTESouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 5 reviews

Love it!


I love eating this every time best snack ever... A must try for anyone who loves eating and it also is very light.

Arnott's cruskits? No, thank you.


I have been eating Arnott's Cruskits for years now. I usually purchase "Cruskits rice" for my breakfast. First I noticed that the size began changing. Then, I noticed that the box began having less biscuits, although the package still says that it weights 125g. It used to have 21 biscuits. Sometime ago I started counting 20. Today I opened the last one I bought from Woolworths Indooroopilly with 19. Individually, I know it is not much, but two biscuits lost in each box should have an impact in the total weight. However, the box still says that they bring the same amount. You are not selling what you are saying on your box. The price hasn't changed but the product gets smaller. This is a blatant rip off!

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  • 4 reviews

Cruskits rice variety


My favourite is the original but now I have the rice variety. I prefer the original size though as these feel harder, smaller and not as light as they used to be. They are ok but not as good as they used to be



  • 11 reviews

What happened?


These are not the Cruskits of old. Completely different! Tasteless and so small. What happened? All our Aussie things are being changed. Time to fight back!

Very Disappointed with the Change


I have been eating Arnott's Cruskits for years now and the change in size was obvious and disheartening. I took a photo of a larger one bought previously against the new and will be letting Arnott's know of my disappointment. They are still the same price by the way though we are now getting a different and inferior product. Another example of putting money, dare I say greed before customer satisfaction. Also the taste and texture has changed. Not a good move Arnott's!!

ashes to ashes and dust to dust


So Arnotts have done it yet again. The latest packaging for Cruskits looks the same and the weight is supposedly the same, but check the size of the biscuit....its even smaller than before. Still 21 in a box but the size is a smidgen smaller, very clever on their part. Once upon a time you could place a square of processed cheese on a cruskit and it would take 1 and 1/2 slices to cover it. Now, one slice does the job. Oh and whatever you do DONT open the carton from the wrong end, there is a warning "open other end". Stupid people Arnotts, and I have name this review ashes to ashes dust to dust cos thats what Cruskits are, DUST.

Cruskits no more.


I have just had my last Cruskit after 15 years and countless boxes. I didn't mind the fact that they were getting smaller but the new ones taste like crap.

weight on the box hasn't changed


I've been buying original cruskits for more than 10 years and have kept an eye on the net weight on the box - it has always been (and still is) 125g. I'm not sure how they can reduce the size (or number) of the crispbread without reducing the net weight ??


VWizzleGold Coast

New taste disgusting, smaller now same price


New cruskits are really gross. They have clearly changed the recipe and not even bothered to advertise that on the box! Plus they are obviously smaller than the originals and they are charging the same price! Bad move on Arnotts


MeggsieSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 3 reviews

If it ain't broke don't fix it


Why change something that consumers obviously enjoy? Smaller. Less taste. Definitely a different recipe. Not a fan any more. First Shapes. Now cruskits. Who is in charge of deciding these things? They are just awful now and smaller, meaning increased price by stealth.

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Questions & Answers

Chrystine d.

Chrystine d.asked

Do arnotts still make rice cruskets because i can not find any

1 answer
Ian K
Ian K

I can't find any either, and they are the only ones that are gluten free and contain no wheat.



Why can’t I buy Rice Cruskits any more?

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June Bright
June Bright

Only stocked at
IGA stores very annoying but they let me order by the carton as my family suffer from IBS and they are our lifesaver


Thank you for that. I shall have to try that.


Was that through IGA or Arnott please?



We always got our Rice Cruskits in Woolworths as Coles did not stock them, but we noticed now after looking that they are no longer in Woolworths , have they been discontinued?

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