BACK ON SHELVES: Goldfish Old Bay Seasoned Crackers (2023)

Welcome back, Old Bay-flavored Goldfish! It’s not surprising to see you back. After all, I hear Old Bay goes great with fish. Here’s our review from a year ago. (Spotted by Tommy at Market Basket.)

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5 thoughts to “BACK ON SHELVES: Goldfish Old Bay Seasoned Crackers (2023)”

  1. Saw these at Safeway, as well. Reminder: these are a great addition to clam chowder!

  2. I have no,idea what old bay is supposed to taste like or why people are crazy about it. Maybe you need to be a coastal person and I am right in the middle of the country?

    1. I’m in the middle of the country, too…but discovered the Utz “The Crab Chip” potato chips with Old Bay seasoning, when I went out to Annapolis, MD, for my sister’s wedding, many years ago. I have been a HUGE fan, ever since. They now seem to periodically be sold at the major grocery stores, in my area, fortunately. I also have a tin of the actual seasoning, which I ordered online.

    2. Forgot/meant to add: I’m hoping to finally find the Goldfish version, this year. I was never able to procure a package, last year.

  3. I’m a Marylander and love my Crabs, Tomatoes & Corn! I actually put Old Bay Seasoning on just about everything (vegetables, all seafood, soups, dips, salads, homemade bread, etc.!!!) So imagine my excitement when I saw that Pepperidge Farm was adding an Old Bay Seasoning Goldfish to the various flavors of Goldfish! The problem is that NOW, I can’t find them anywhere. I believe that based on the fact that I can’t find them anywhere now as well as the Price Gouging on-line ($13.00 per 6.6 Oz bag, $52.00 for 6 bags!!!) should be enough proof that this flavor should be changed from a Special Edition flavor to a regularly sold item year round! I’ve tried my friends as well as my family who live in California, Delaware, Florida, Tennessee, & Washington but to no avail. So, I am now going straight to the Manufacturer to see if you guys still have some available???

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