Pepperidge debuts Farmhouse Thin & Crispy cookies

by Eric Schroeder
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Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy cookies contain between 9 and 12 ingredients.

NORWALK, CONN. — Pepperidge Farm is expanding its cookies line with the launch of Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy cookies. The cookies are available in three flavors: milk chocolate chip, dark chocolate chip and triple chocolate chip. The cookies contain between 9 and 12 ingredients, depending on the flavor, including chocolate, flour, butter, sugar, brown sugar, eggs, baking soda, vanilla extract and salt.

The cookies have a suggested retail price of $3.49.

Carlos Abrams-Rivera, Pepperidge Farm
Carlos Abrams-Rivera, president of Pepperidge Farm

“Farmhouse Thin & Crispy cookies were inspired by our Campbell Soup Co. Real Food Philosophy,” said Carlos Abrams-Rivera, president of Pepperidge Farm. “There has been a significant shift in many food categories, but specifically in snacks, in which consumers want ‘real food’ ingredients. Pepperidge Farm and Campbell are committed to delivering real food that’s crafted with care and our Farmhouse Cookies and Farmhouse Bread offerings are delicious examples. In our 80-year history, Pepperidge Farm has remained 100% committed to quality.”

Additionally, Pepperidge Farm said beginning in May the company’s entire Pepperidge Farm American Collection Cookies line will move to adding cage-free eggs to their ingredient list. All 58 varieties of Pepperidge Farm bread, buns and rolls are free from high-fructose corn syrup, and contain no colors or flavors from artificial sources.

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