US: Pepperidge Farm extends Baked Naturals range
Pepperidge Farm has extended its Baked Naturals range with Cracker Chips
Pepperidge Farms has extended its Baked Naturals line with a range of lower fat baked cracker chips.
The Campbell Soup Co.-owned brand said today (5 April) that its Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals Cracker Chips will be available in two varieties and have "60-65% less fat per serving that the leading potato chip".
The range will be available in Simply Cheddar and Simply Multigrain, have some 18g of whole grains per serving and contain no artificial flavours or preservatives.
"Pepperidge Farm is delighted to offer consumers a delicious snack option that they can feel good about," said Pepperidge Farm vice president Steve White. "With the whole grain goodness of a cracker in a great-tasting, light and crispy chip, Cracker Chips are a perfect addition to the wholesome Baked Naturals line."
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