Why do people eat this kind of food?? It's what I call "junk health food" - allegedly healthy, but...where's the nutrients? And it's going to have plenty of antinutrients too because there were no precautions taken to remove them (sprouting and/or fermenting), there almost never is with commercial foods. And there are undoubtedly carcinogens and other toxins produced during the manufacturing process [on that note, never eat dry cereal. The extruding process deals massive damage to the grain and results in a highly highly toxic end product].
People always just look at the ingredient list, but that's not enough. You have to think, "how was this made?" not just, "what was this made with?" These crackers fail both tests, but especially number 1. But if you look at the ingredients list, the first thing I noticed (after the abundance of phytates, enzyme nhibitors, and other antinutrients) is that it just says "olive oil", not "extra virgin olive oil". Just "olive oil" is nearly as toxic and carcinogenic as any other vegetable oil; its only saving grace is that it isn't genetically modified like soy + canola. Even many olive oils that are called "extra virgin" are actually fraudulently labeled and just conventionally produced toxic oil. But oils really aren't an ideal food no matter what, because they're deprived of the enzymes (lipase) needed to digest them. Eating concentrated, isolated foods is never a good idea, and that's what oils are.
Like most processed foods, the crackers are also an example of poor food combining. They're also dehydrated, putting an extra burden on your digestive system and whole body. Dehydrated + dried foods should be avoided.
Why eat nutritionally empty food? It's shooting yourself in the foot, in modern times we need all the nutrition we can possibly get. Nearly everyone on the planet is deficient in dozens of different nutrients, so why waste the limited amount of food you can cram in your stomach each day by eating empty calories? And not only that, but a careful analysis reveals that the vast majority of these "health foods" are actually "health-harming"! Better then SAD, yes. But approaching any semblance of actual food? Nowhere near.