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For some children in parts of the eastern United States, saltines are traditionally eaten on Christmas Eve. Initially called the Premium Soda Cracker and later "Saltines" because of the baking salt component, the invention quickly became popular and Sommer's business quadrupled within four years.

Soda crackers were described in "The Young Housekeeper" by Alcott in 1838. That company merged with other companies to form American Biscuit Company in 1890 and then after further mergers became part of Nabisco in 1898.

They were made in the United Kingdom by Huntley and Palmers, and also in Australia and New Zealand under the brand name Arnott's Salada.

Saltines have been compared to hardtack, a simple unleavened cracker or biscuit made from flour, water, and sometimes salt.

Some familiar brand names of saltine crackers in North America are Christie's Premium Plus (Canada), Nabisco's Premium (U. Unsalted tops as well as whole grain saltines can also be found.