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Goldfish and Dunkin’ Drop Pumpkin Spice Collab


One would fairly anticipate pumpkin spice objects on Dunkin’s fall menu, however the coffee and doughnut chain isn’t boxing itself in with lattes and pastries. Dunkin’ partnered with Goldfish crackers for a limited-edition Pumpkin Spice Graham Goldish cracker.

The Goldfish bag options Dunkin’s signature coloration palette with Goldfish cobranding within the type of the brand up entrance. The entrance of the bag depicts Dunkin’s glazed pumpkin cake doughnut surrounded by Goldfish graham crackers. Dunkin’s pleasant typography additionally seems up entrance.

“We proceed to take Goldfish to the following degree with new, scrumptious, and sudden partnerships,” mentioned Janda Lukin, chief advertising and marketing officer, Campbell Snacks, in a press release. “The new limited-edition Goldfish Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Graham crackers carry collectively two enjoyable and iconic manufacturers to offer pumpkin spice lovers a brand new technique to expertise the candy aspect of their favourite snack. This is the primary time Goldfish is tapping into the pumpkin spice season, and we couldn’t be extra excited to companion with the model that is aware of pumpkin spice the very best.”

Brian Gilbert, vice chairman of retail enterprise growth at Dunkin’, added, “along with Goldfish, we’re bringing followers a brand new snack to succeed in for throughout one of the standard seasons of the yr: pumpkin spice season! Limited-edition Goldfish Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Grahams embody all the things we love about this particular time, from the nice and cozy pumpkin spices you discover in our scrumptious latte or notes of our basic donut glaze in our baked items. We’re assured this shall be an actual deal with for all of the pumpkin spice aficionados on the market.”

Goldfish Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Graham crackers can be found starting September 1st.


Images courtesy of Dunkin’ and Pepperidge Farms.

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