Is the Lawsuit Against Goldfish Crackers’ Manufacturer Frivolous?

Is the Lawsuit Against Goldfish Crackers’ Manufacturer Frivolous?

Pepperidge Farm, the manufacturer of kid fave Goldfish crackers is being sued by a Colorado woman for misrepresenting its “Naturalness”. According to the lawsuit, Goldfish misleadingly represented that the crackers are Natural, when in fact they are not – they … Continue reading

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Salty Baby? Our Sodium Preference May Be Set During Infancy

Salty Baby? Our Sodium Preference May Be Set During Infancy

Our craving preference for salt begins as early as infancy, according to new research published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In an interesting experiment, researchers were able to show that the first types of solid foods given to … Continue reading

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Goldfish Crackers – Good or Bad for my Kids?

Goldfish Crackers – Good or Bad for my Kids?

Pepperidge Farm is considered a high end baked goods company with awesome cookies, crackers, and for kids – Goldfish. Almost all tots will recognize the fish shaped finger food and happily munch away. What started as a single product, baked … Continue reading

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Food Commercials Make Kids Eat More

Food Commercials Make Kids Eat More

photo credit: Patrishe Have your children seen an ad for fresh apples lately? How about a commercial for yams or carrots? Probably not. But they most likely have seen lots of advertisements for candy, soft drinks, sugary cereals, and other … Continue reading

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Campbell’s: Healthier Soups and Snacks for Schools

Campbell’s: Healthier Soups and Snacks for Schools

We recently wrote about the soup war raging between Campbell’s and Progresso. Could the following be another battle for consumer mindshare? Campbell Soup Company has reformulated its product line specifically for schools, lowering salt and fat content to meet the … Continue reading

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