LAKELAND, FLA. — After a five-year hiatus, Campbell Soup’s plant in Lakeland, Fla., will as soon as once more be producing Goldfish crackers.
The Norwalk, Conn.-based firm not too long ago held an worker hiring occasion “to construct a group that may assist help Goldfish manufacturing within the bakery.”
5 years in the past, Campbell Soup stopped producing Goldfish on the Lakeland plant and shifted manufacturing to its facility in Willard, Ohio.
“On the time, it made enterprise sense to focus Lakeland manufacturing on bread, rolls and flat crackers,” mentioned Carolyn Mulvihill, a senior communications supervisor for Campbell Snacks.
Now, the corporate will as soon as once more be making the crackers on the Florida facility, together with Pepperidge Farm bread, buns and rolls, Campbell Soup mentioned.
“Goldfish is certainly one of our bestselling snacks, and demand for Goldfish is rising steadily,” Ms. Mulvihill mentioned. “In an effort to satisfy demand and proceed the momentum round this iconic model, we determined to deliver Goldfish again to Lakeland the place we now have the capabilities to provide and distribute.”