Fastest Food Alive: A Look back at 1995’s Sonic the Hedgehog Franco-American Pasta

Fastest Food Alive returns as we look at more food promotional items from Sonic the Hedgehog’s past! On this episode, Franco-American’s Sonic the Hedgehog Pasta with Meatballs in Tomato Sauce is on the menu. SEGA’s partnership with Franco-American, a subsidiary of Campbell’s, kicked off in 1995 and carried through to 2000. Click play on the video above and take a trip down memory lane as we check out this food promotion and give a short history lesson on canned pasta.
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    Oh my god I remember this. They were still selling it even in the early 2000s. I begged my mom to get it for me.
    I distinctly remember the 1999/2000 version sometimes still having the Classic Sonic artwork, and instead of Franco-American, it was just Spaghetti-O’s.

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    I have a can that expired in 98. Anyone want to buy it?

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