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History of Pepperigde Farms

Pepperidge Farm is an American manufacturer of baked goods. It was based in Norwalk, Connecticut, and has been moved to Bloomfield, Connecticut. Pepperidge Farm is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Campbell Soup Company.

Pepperidge Farms was founded in 1937 by Margaret Rudkin, who named the brand for a property her family owned in Connecticut. The name “Pepperidge” refers to the pepperidge tree. In 1961, it was purchased by Campbell’s.

Its products include Milano and Nantucket cookies, Goldfish crackers, and varieties of breads and other baked goods.

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