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If cookies are your comfort food, you are acquainted with Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies, as well as its Goldfish snack crackers and other baked goods. Owned by convenience food products maker Campbell Soup Company, Pepperidge Farm along with Arnott's biscuits in the Asia/Pacific and Australia drives the growth of Campbell's Global Baking and Snacking business. Its contribution accounts for about a quarter of the parent company's total sales. Pepperidge Farm's offerings, which include fresh bread and rolls, stuffing mix, ready-made croutons, and frozen puff pastry, as well...
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In 1937, Margaret Rudkin, an entrepreneurial homemaker, began baking fresh bread for her allergy-afflicted son. She soon started a small business out of her kitchen, calling it "Pepperidge Farm" after the name of the property where her family lived.
Pepperidge Farm is a leading provider of premium quality fresh bakery products, cookies, crackers and frozen foods. The Pepperidge Farm brand is ranked by consumers as one of the most well-loved and recognized brands in the world. Among the company's most popular products are Goldfish snack crackers and Milano cookies. The company offers more than 50 varieties of fresh baked breads including Swirl, Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse and Ecce Panis artisan breads
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