Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated exceeded $1 billion in sales in 2001 and ranks in the top 2 percent of brands worldwide in brand equity. From our beginning in Margaret Rudkin’s kitchen in 1937 to today, Pepperidge Farm has changed a great deal, but one thing has never changed, our commitment to quality. It’s a tradition that began with our entrepreneurial founder, and proudly continues to this day.
I got these super yummy chocolate candy cane cookies. I always love the holidays, they come up with the most yummy flavor food ever. We hardly ever eat these kinds of cookies because how many calories are in them. But once in a while they sure can be worth it. I am so happy I got to try these. I have heard you can find them at Walmart I have looked everywhere else and haven’t even seen them. They are really good, they are fragile and break easily in the bag. The candy cane does fall of them and you will have a pile of them on the bottom of the bag. That’s the best part right! If they stay open they get soft and taste bad, so suggest putting them in a zip lock baggy or container. I suggest anyone who loves candy cane treats to try these out, they are worth every penny. These are on my top 3 favorite Christmas treats now!
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