Online Ordering Is Getting Nearer 48


Screen Shot of Ordering RYKRISP

To our fans, here’s an update on ordering our product via the internet. (the specific link is https://www.rykrisp.com/shop/) We’d originally had this starting June 1, but this has changed to July 1 as there is a lot going on, and we’re a small team. The basics are currently as follows:
– You will be able to order cases of RYKRISP via the website starting July 1
– It will probably be Natural and Seasoned to start, with Sesame to follow. Each product has to go through a manufacturing roll-out which means additional items take time
– The price will be $3.49/7 or 7.5oz box and $41.88 for a case. Shipping is a flat rate of $4.99. There just isn’t the manpower to ship out individual boxes and this is here to serve as an alternative to retail, which will take time to develop
– As some of you know, we had a few start-up problems with our payment platform, but now Stripe is up and running. Stripe is a very popular platform with new businesses and is very easy to use based on our experience.
Think that’s about it for the moment. Thanks for being fans!

The RYKRISP team.


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48 thoughts on “Online Ordering Is Getting Nearer

    • Paul

      I have been following you since{around the end of November 2015} I found you had bought and were bringing RyKrisp back , that was such a good day finding out RyKrisp was coming back. My G-ma turned me on to RyKrisp back in the early/mid 1960’s. patiently waiting 😀
      Thank You

      • tleavitt Post author

        We’re working hard…Back to the production line tomorrow am at 6…hoping this is where things come together from a manufacturing perspective. Thx for waiting!

  • Barb

    Is this the yummy seasoned RYKRISP that’s no where to be found in grocery stores anymore? Why was it taken out of stores. I have purchased for so many years and all of a sudden it’s gone! Thanks. If it is I will be ordering.

    • tleavitt Post author

      It is (or soon will be). We bought the company last year from ConAgra as they were shutting it down. We didn’t buy the plant and have been working for a year to get it restarted in Chicago. Shooting for online order availability from beginning of July. Thanks for finding us. Ted Leavitt

  • Georgia

    I have been buying RyKrisp for many years, and was dismayed not to find it stores any more. Glad we will still be able to buy it!!

  • Nancy King Cornett

    Ry Krisp used to be a real staple in our house. We haven’t had it in a little while and just started having Ry Krisp cravings so we tried to buy some but no luck. That’s when I found out that it had been discontinued. We were so disappointed! But after Googling “crackers that taste like Ry Krisp”, I was directed to this site to discover you’re bringing them back. Alright!!! What a timely craving, eh? We’re anxiously awaiting July 1st.

    • tleavitt Post author

      As soon as we can. We sent out a note today saying that unfortunately, our retail launch is delayed. Trusting you’ve signed up for updates. We’re working hard for sure, but success doesn’t always come as quickly as we’d like.

  • Dee

    Yeah! Can’t wait until July 1st!!!!! Will definitely be ordering a case of the seasoned. Thank you for all your efforts to bring RyKrisp back to us.

  • Chip

    I can’t wait. Will you posting the nutritional information as well on each of the flavors? Thanks for carrying on a traditional from my childhood.

  • Pat Horrocks

    I didn’t know it was no longer in production! When we went to the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo they were charging $2.50 per pack of ten or so. I said, “The heck with this! Next time I’ll bring my own.” And now I WILL be able to.

    • tleavitt Post author

      Pat – Thanks for posting us on Ft Rickey. We have gotten in touch with our former zoo customers but hadn’t yet touched base with them. This is one of the ways they pay for their own operation, so do support them where possible! Hoping to have them available as soon as we sort out some manufacturing challenges so you can have them for whatever use. All the best, Ted Leavitt

    • tleavitt Post author

      Don – apologies that this is a repeat answer to the one before but the question was the same. Here’s the answer. When we bought the brand, we had to develop a new manufacturing location. We’d hoped to be up and running sooner than this, but have run into some problems with the location we picked. We’re working on that. I guess we should all “expect the unexpected” with these types of things. If you’ve signed up for updates, you’ll be first to know when available. It will take us awhile to get on store shelves but the product will be able to be purchased directly. Thanks for the interest. Ted Leavitt

  • Raymond McCarley

    Must have RYKRISP. It is wonderful, and making this in America will help stop international terrorism and bring about world peace.

  • Andie

    I loved the unseasoned crackers with any flavor hummus. Tried some other brands of rye crisp bread and they just weren’t as good. If I have to order mass quantities, I guess I just will do that!

    • tleavitt Post author

      Andie – your post ended up in our spam folder. It’s out of there now. Thanks for your comment. Much appreciated to hear that RYKRISP is the best. Ted Leavitt

    • tleavitt Post author

      Rick – we won’t rehash some of the pain and suffering we’ve had following the decision that our original co-packer’s facility wasn’t up to the task of producing retail crackers as needed. Anyway, thanks for getting in touch and as soon as we’re ready to get back in production, you’ll be first to know. By the way, Seattle was always one of RYKRISP’s best markets. Ted Leavitt

  • Gabrielle Corson

    I didn’t know RYKRISP was discontinued.
    Only knew I couldn’t find it anywhere.I love and miss those crackers which I enjoyed since I was a kid in the 50s & 60s.
    (I’m a 71 year old grandmother of 3 who can pass on my love of RYKRISP to the next generation.)
    Have tried other rye crackers but none of them have the flavor and texture to go with great cheeses and spreads.
    I used to find your crackers at Randalls markets in Texas.But I live in Pittsburgh so I want them back here!!
    Aldi stores are opening all over the country.Maybe they would be open to stocking your product.

    • tleavitt Post author

      Gabrielle,
      Thanks for the good word on our crackers. We’d love to get into Aldi when back. They are tricky in that they take such a small line in their stores, but you never know. The east coast wasn’t the best market for RYKRISP (more midwest and west) but you’ll know where to get them when back. All the best, Ted

  • Bonnie L Watkins

    Please keep me updated to when I can order RYKRISP again!! I grew up eating these yummy crackers!!! Is the only was to order them in a case?? I can’t order just a couple at a time???

    • tleavitt Post author

      Bonnie, Thanks for the note. Figuring out cases vs. boxes is one step of ahead of us at the moment. We need to get back into production first and that means getting the legal stuff behind us. Fingers crossed. All the best, Ted Leavitt

  • faywouk

    So excited that RYKRISPs are coming back! I have almost finished the supply I bought when they were discontinued, so I’m thrilled that I will only be without my beloved RYKRISPs for about three months. I can hardly wait!

    • tleavitt Post author

      Fay – Coming back in a few months is a bit optimistic, but we appreciate the enthusiasm. This lawsuit has been long and draining, but we are making progress. Thanks for being a fan. Ted Leavitt

  • M.Bishop

    Is this legit??? I went to 4 stores in Mn.yesterday looking for RyKrisp crackers….I had NO IDEA that they were no longer being made .( nor did any of the stores I visited)I finally got on Google and read that the company stopped making them awhile back.

    • tleavitt Post author

      Marie – Very legit…you haven’t bought in awhile 🙂 . Read the updates to get the full history, but we’ve been plaintiffs i a lawsuit for 2+ years, which prevents a small company like us from production. The comments have really helped figuratively and literally. We’re hoping for a favorable outcome one of these days…no idea when but hoping the wheels of justice keep turning. Thx, Ted Leavitt

  • Ronald Lichter

    I miss my RYKRISP. Also, my childhood Swedish thin 12″ rounds of Rye Hardtack. Ikea’s offering, doesn’t measure up.