Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Liberty
This summer Pepperidge Farm has made cheddar even better--by turning it Red, White & Blue! New Liberty variety of Goldfish snack crackers are now available nationwide in 11 oz. or 33.5 oz. boxes, or 6.6 oz bags. Look for them on specially designed Pepperidge Farm summer displays at your favorite retailer. Don't let them get away--the Liberty variety will only be available for a limited time. Suggested retail price is $1.99, 2.99, or 6.49 depending on size.
"Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers are a favorite American snack," says Steve White, Vice President, Youth Snacks. "Now our red, white and blue Goldfish Liberty will make all-American summer holidays more fun than ever."
Pepperidge Farm Red, White and Blue 3-Layer Cake
After a successful launch last year, festive Pepperidge Farm Red, White & Blue Layer Cakes are back by popular demand. It features three layers of moist, golden cake, and is filled with creamy red and blue vanilla-flavored frosting in the middle, smothered with rich vanilla frosting outside, and sprinkled with red and blue candy stars on top. Made with the finest quality ingredients and fast frozen to stay fresh and delicious in your freezer, this luscious cake thaws to serving temperature in just over an hour. It looks fabulous, tastes scrumptious, and lets you spend your summer parties having fun with guests - not fussing over dessert. Pepperidge Farm Red, White and Blue 3-Layer Cake is available now in the frozen section at Kroger, Wal*Mart, and other selected retailers. Suggested retail price is $3.19.
About Pepperidge Farm
Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated, based in Norwalk, Connecticut, is a leading provider of premium quality fresh bakery products, cookies and crackers, and frozen foods. Among the company's most popular products are Chocolate Chunk and Milano cookies, Goldfish crackers, and more than 50 varieties of fresh baked breads including Swirl, Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse, and Natural Whole Grain breads.
Pepperidge Farm was founded in Connecticut in 1937 by Margaret Rudkin, an entrepreneurial homemaker who began baking fresh, all-natural bread for her allergy-afflicted son. The company is now a nationwide business with 8 manufacturing facilities, almost 5,000 employees, 3,000 independent distributorships, and over $1 billion in sales. Pepperidge Farm was acquired by Campbell Soup Company in 1961.