Finding Dory with Goldfish(R) Crackers #GoldfishSmiles

I was invited on behalf of Goldfish® Crackers, on June 15, 2016, to attend a special advanced screening of Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory and I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed myself.  Definitely GO watch the movie!

Disclosure: I have not been compensated to share this post. The opinions on this blog are my own.

To celebrate the release of Finding Dory, Goldfish® and Disney® have partnered to create limited edition packs of Goldfish® Cheddar with special blue crackers … and I got to enjoy them at home with my daughter!

The limited edition packs of Goldfish® crackers celebrate Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory.  Offering the same delicious cheddar flavour, it’s now available in blue!

Don’t forget to visit Goldfish® on their Facebook page [ /GOLDFISHCA ] for Finding Dory themed activities and recipes!

Goldfish crackers are always baked with REAL cheese, contain no artificial colours or flavours, have 0 trans fat and are low in saturated fat – so you can feel good about eating your favourite snack.

Each 20 g serving (37 pieces) contains:

  • 1 g of saturated fat
  • 0 g of sugar
  • 170 mg of sodium
  • 2 g of protein

Of course you can enjoy Goldfish® crackers in soup; however, they’re so much fun that you can create smile-worthy moments with your family in a variety of ways:

  • play, create, and use your imagination to make snack-time a learning experience: Use Goldfish crackers to practice counting, sort colours or play tic-tac-toe (that’s what we did)
  • pack a serving of Goldfish Crackers in a re-usable container in your child’s lunch for a mid-day smile that will warm their heart
  • need a quick after school snack?  Goldfish cheddar crackers are also available in individual serving sizes (28 g) – perfect for on the go!
  • milestones, like the first solo spin on a bike or an A in math, can be celebrated together with your child’s favourite Goldfish® cracker flavour

2 thoughts on “Finding Dory with Goldfish(R) Crackers #GoldfishSmiles

  1. so the blue ones (or off colored) are just the same tasting? Sometimes its hard to eat something that is not the same as what your brain precieves it should be…like the purple ketchup…do you rmember that one?

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