Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread

9 May

pepperidgefarm.com

Almost everybody can remember growing up and eating goldfish out of the little plastic container that is shaped like the tiny cracker, and if you didn’t you certainly did it with your own kid.  This new bread from Pepperidge Farm is a really interesting idea in that it uses their famous cracker and turns it into a sandwich bread.  Doing this could help you kids eat more whole grain bread because they make it in 100% whole grain as well, and the real kicker for some parents is that it doesn’t contain high-fructose corn syrup.  These are similar to the industry trend right now of the sandwich thins that have fewer calories and everything else, so it makes sense that they would introduce their own version of the popular item.

 
Because bread is going to be pretty much the same across the board when you buy it from a mass producer, don’t expect anything different from this new product.  The taste and texture are the exact same as you would find in any other sandwich thin form of bread, but what obviously sets this apart from the others is its fun new shape.  So if you can’t get you’re kids to eat any whole grains, this could be a way to get them to start.  Overall (4 out of 5).
 
The pros of this bread is that it is fresh, soft, and is shaped like a Gold Fish cracker, plus it comes in 100% whole wheat form.
 
The cons are that it’s just the same old bread.
 
Nutritional Information For 1 White Bread:
 
  • Calories 120
  • Fat 2g
  • Sodium 170mg
  • Carbs 20g
  • Fiber 2g
  • Sugar 4g
  • Protein 3g
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