Pepperidge Farm GoldFish Grahams

Pepperidge Farm GoldFish Grahams

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Margaret Rudkin, a Connecticut housewife and mother of three young children, discovers one of her sons has an allergy to commercial breads that contain preservatives and artificial ingredients. So in 1937, she begins experimenting with baking her own preservative-free bread for her ailing son — ultimately perfecting a delicious whole-wheat loaf that contained only natural ingredients. Encouraged by her family and her son’s doctor, she begins a small business out of her kitchen selling her “Pepperidge Farm” bread to local grocers. Named for her family’s farm in Fairfield, Connecticut, consumers recognize her homemade bread’s quality and buy every loaf she baked. After World War II, and its associated shortages and rationing ended, Margaret Rudkin’s plans for expanded bakery production could finally be realized. On July 4, 1947 her dream came true with the opening of the company’s first modern bakery in Norwalk, Connecticut. New products such as dinner rolls, stuffing, and oatmeal breads are developed and tested, with Mrs. Rudkin always taking the first bite. Mrs. Rudkin clung tenaciously to her principles of quality  a tradition that continues today.

Campbell Soup Company, one of the largest and most highly respected food companies in North America, acquires Pepperidge Farm in 1961. America gets its first taste of Goldfish crackers in 1962. Margaret Rudkin discovers the snack cracker on a trip to Switzerland and returns with the recipe. Margaret Rudkin officially retires from Pepperidge Farm in 1966.

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Pepperidge Farm® GOLDFISH® CRACKERS & Snacks


Nutrition Facts*
Amount per Serving (serving size) = 55 pieces

  • Calories 140
  • Fat Calories 45
  • Total Fat 5g
  • Fat 1g
  • Trans Fat 0g
  • Fat 1g
  • Fat 2.5g
  • Cholesterol 10mg
  • Sodium 250mg
  • Total Carb. 20g
  • Dietary Fiber < 1g
  • Sugars 0g
  • Protein 3g
  • % Daily Values**
  • Vitamin A 0%
  • Vitamin C 0%
  • Thiamin 10%
  • Riboflavin 10%
  • Niacin 8%
  • Folic Acid 10%
  • Calcium 4%
  • Iron 6%

* The nutrition information contained in this list of Nutrition Facts is based on our current data. However, because the data may change from time to time, this information may not always be identical to the nutritional label information of products on shelf.

** % Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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GoldFish Baked Graham snacks are available in Original, Cheddar, Cheddar Made with Whole Grain, Pretzel, Colors Cheddar, Parmesan,  Pizza and baby Cheddar.  They come in easy convenient 6.6 Oz bags . They are the best to pack in your childs lunch or for a snack because they contain only 140 calories , 1g sat fat, 140Mg sodium, 7g Sugar.

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I received thanks to #Crowdtap and #Pepperidge Farm The GoldFish Cinnamon Grahams they do not have a over barring cinnamon taste which I like, and GoldFish Honey Grahams taste great. I prefer the Honey to the Cinnamon, they are available at your local Wal-Mart or Target.

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