If you have spent any time as a child or around children, you probably have indulged in a handful (or several) of Goldfish Crackers. They’re tasty, cute and pretty satisfying when you need just a little something.
The savory snacks were invented in 1958 by Oscar Kambly at his namesake biscuit factory and later introduced in the United States by Pepperidge Farm founder Margaret Rudkin.
But, have you ever wondered how they’re made? Who hasn’t!
A regular package of Goldfish runs about $1.78 at Walmart.com.
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Ok I have always wondered about this, and Cheetos.