Review from my Rock the Lunchbox campaign. Annie's cheddar bunnies 6pk: These taste okay. If I'm comparing it to Pepperidge Farm's Goldfish crackers, these Annie's ones aren't as cheddar tasting, nor as salty. That can be good or bad depending on your own preferences. For me, I still prefer the Goldfish ones just purely based on taste. They're probably not as healthy, but I haven't compared their nutrition profiles side-by-side. I don't eat these often, so even if it's not as healthy, I still want the better tasting one. The rest of the family tried them too, and they prefer the Goldfish ones based on taste too. As a side note, the bunnies are pretty flat, whereas the Goldfish ones are puffed. I don't know if that adds anything of value to you, but personally for me I like crunching down on the Goldfish more. I'm sure kids play with their food too. However, the Annie's ones are definitely a good alternative for the health conscious if indeed they really are healthier with lower fat or salt content. You'd have to compare the labels to be sure b/c I don't have Goldfishes at the moment. As far as price goes, Annie's were $3.49 for 6 packs at my local Target. Honestly, you'd be getting a better deal from Goldfish if you buy that big huge container from Target or Costco for $8-10 and divvy it up yourself into a snack bag. Six packs of bunnies would be gone in no time.