Although Pepperidge Farm, the makers of Goldfish Crackers, brag that the tiny cheesy fishes are free of trans fats, other ingredients make this a not-so-healthy choice. While parents should look for foods free of trans f... More »

Pepperidge Farms released Goldfish crackers in 1962. The company founder, Margaret Rudkin, was impressed by crackers she tasted in Switzerland and brought back the recipe. More »

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Pepperidge Farm's Goldfish are very similar to traditional soup crackers or oyster crackers, but are shaped like fish and come in a wide variety of flavors. Goldfish were originally invented in Switzerland in 1958 by Osc... More »

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Pepperidge Farm outlet stores sell breads, cookies, cakes, Goldfish crackers and pastries. There are 10 Pepperidge Farm outlet stores in the United States, as of 2015, according to OutletSheet.com. They are located prima... More »

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Hot Cheetos are considered a bad diet choice due to the fact that they are high in fat and sodium and contain multiple artificial ingredients. Hot Cheetos also contain high levels of artificial spice and monosodium gluta... More »

Yogurt is a healthy addition to any diet, depending on its ingredients. Examine the content carefully to determine a particular brand of yogurt's nutritional value. More »

Some of the leading cracker brands in the United States, as of 2012, include Sunshine, Nabisco, Pepperidge Farm and Keebler. These brands make numerous different types of crackers, including saltines, graham crackers, ch... More »