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May 4, 2014 07:17 AM

Pepperidge Farm Very Thin Bread

Does anybody know where I can buy Pepperidge Farm very thin bread? Preferably near the Slope? I see regular sliced bread, but not the very thin.

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  1. Give these a try (toasted). You might actually like them more than sliced bread.
    They come in three varieties: Soft 100% Whole Wheat, 7-Grain, and Soft Honey Wheat ...

    Arnold makes some also that are very good.
    They have several varieties of Sandwich Thins Rolls, and Pocket Thins Flatbread too ...

    5 Replies
    1. re: Cheese Boy

      Thanks! I'm actually wanting the think Pepperidge Farm bread for old-fashioned Southern-style finger sandwiches ... I think those choices you suggest may still be too bulky. Usually wherever Pepperidge Farm bread is sold, the "very thin" is sold ... but for some reason not in our neighborhood in Brooklyn. I think it's just too old-school.

      1. re: bklynap

        I actually haven't seen it for sale in years, and I've looked. But maybe that's because I live in Bklyn?

          1. re: Cheese Boy

            Ah, yes. These would have been perfect. Thank you for reminding me of this!

          2. re: Amy Mintzer

            Amy, my parents stock it regularly in Cincinnati, and my kids think it's novel and wonderful for some reason. I'd love to buy it here in Brooklyn if only because it makes for smaller sandwiches. Pepperidge Farm must have decided there just isn't a market. I had nearly 200 to my house for a high school "pre-prom" party, and ended up having Fairway cater little sliders -- salmon and cuke; turkey and sprouts; roast beef and horseradish sauce. They were great, and very reasonably priced. And Fairway delivers.

      2. Try Shoprite in New Jersey

        1. You can contact Pepperidge Farms directly:

          They do still make the thin versions of white and whole wheat bread.

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          1. re: Elisa515

            I just ordered Pepperidge Farms thin slice via Peapod, which is the delivery service of Stop and Shop. The only S&S in Bklyn appears to be at 1009 Flatbush Ave.

            1. re: mrsdebdav

              I subsequently found the thin PF bread at a local store. It may have been the C-Town on McDonald Avenue. I don't know about Peapod, though. I've seen their trucks ... will go look them up.

            2. re: Elisa515

              Yes, I know. They won't ship to customers though, will they? I occasionally order it from as I can't get it in California

              1. re: caliroz

                I don't believe they ship, but they can let you know which specific places near you do carry the products.

                Also there are some Pepperidge Farm outlets in the suburbs, but I don't think there are any in the boroughs.