I have been working hard to live a gluten-free, grain-free lifestyle, and while I gave up pasta a long time ago, there are still some things that are difficult to have on a grain-free diet. One of those things is crackers. Without bread, and without pretzels, etc. crackers are sometimes the next best option. There are few grain-free, raw "crackers" I've tried, and they were acceptable. Then recently I had some extra dips in my fridge, and Two Moms in the Raw crackers happened to stumble into my life. I new of the brand for its granola, but apparently the brand has evolved and they now have some rather tasting raw nut bars, as well as what they're calling "sea crackers."
The crackers come in three flavors: garden herb, pesto, and tomato basil. The ingredient list is also fairly simple: flaxeseed, pinenuts, and then from their its a variety of spices. Of course these are not crackers that the average wheat-eating, meat-eating, grocery shopper would define as a cracker, but they are good. The only thing close to them both in texture and in taste I would say is the Skinny Crisp brand, and those still contain beans, chickpea flour is their base.
Beans are however not a food group you're really supposed to eat when on a paleo diet, but I am by no means on a paleo diet- I can't give up dairy, but I feel better being grain-free, no beans. Therefore, based on your dietary needs or desires, you can choose which way you want to go with that. In any case I'm a pretty big fan of this brand. Their nut bars are pretty awesome too.