When you buy a box of crackers, is this what you expect to see? Like any health conscious person, I try to get a few healthy snacks a day. Mainly apples, bananas, or various other fruits, and whole grains. Triscuits are a particular favorite of mine, because of their shredded whole wheat goodness. I usually have six or seven a day, either slathered in peanut butter, or topped with a small slice of low fat cheese, and a slice of olive, or whatever. When I buy a box a crackers, I expect to get a box full of crackers, not a box of pieces & parts. Lately, up to half the contents of the boxes of Triscuits I have bought, look like the the picture above. Still edible, but worthless for making canapés, or hors d'oeuvres! OK...........I don't really make canapés, and a peanut butter cracker isn't exactly the classic definition of an hors d'oeuvre, but I think you get my drift. You would think that the National Biscuit Company, a company dear to the heart of nearly every child, who ever grew up eating their Shredded Wheat cereals for breakfast, would have more pride and better quality control, than what is evidenced in the picture above. I'd dial their 1-800 number, and give them a piece of my mind, but my experience with these customer service numbers in the past is, all they do is ask for your address and then mail you a certificate for another box of broken crackers! Waste of time! Oh well..........a piece of cracker, anyone?