SpaghettiOs are a brand of canned spaghetti that consist of small, circular pasta, suspended in cheese and tomato sauce. SpaghettiOs are a product of Franco-American, a division of the Campbell Soup Company.
Beginning in 1992, Franco-American produced a brand of Waldo-themed SpaghettiOs entitled "Where's WaldOs"
The canned pasta came in several Waldo themed shapes (Waldo's head, Waldo hats, striped shirts, walking sticks, Woof, and O's). Franco-American produced 2-ounce and 14-3/8 ounce cans in two varieties - plain and with meatballs. The suggested retail price for the cans, as listed in a 1992 Campbell's sales release, was $.69 and $1.09 respectively.
The "Where's WaldOs" brand pasta was supported with a series of television advertising. The advertising, developed by Bayer Bess Vanderwarker of Chicago, was launched in June 1992 to support the new pasta.
The production of the "Where's WaldOs" pasta had stopped by the end of the 1990s.
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