To innovate successfully, an organization must have a culture where innovation is nurtured and thrives,Campbell CEO Denise Morrison said as she served as a keynote speaker at the 35 Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston on April 23
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Sustainability is literally in our roots at Campbell. Our business depends on high quality soil and clean water to produce the crops we need to make great-tasting, nutritious food for people worldwide
Campbell Soup Company was recognized today as a top corporate citizen by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.
Campbell’s Consumer Test Kitchen and our Healthy Communities initiative have partnered with the Food Bank of South Jersey and Share our Strength’s Cooking Matters® Family Cooking program for the third year in a row, where local families and children take part in classes teaching better food choices and basic cooking skills. Jane Freiman, Group Manager…
We just finished working on Campbell latest corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability report.
CAMDEN, N.J., April 22, 2014 – Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) released its 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, What’s In a Name, highlighting the company’s integrated CSR approach to consumers, employees, the environment and community. The full report can be viewed at www.campbellcsr.com. “As a leader in the food and beverage industry, Campbell is demonstrating our steadfast commitment…
Why Campbell? In short, timing. The way I see it, the entire digital marketing space in undergoing an evolution and the way we think about marketing is changing
Maria Gamble is Executive Chef, Campbell Culinary Baking Institute (CCBI). She has been with Campbell for 14 years in various roles, supporting the development of new products and recipes.
One in five U.S. children is starving dash not for calories, but for real, nutritious food. And the results are both serious and severe: malnutrition, diabetes, obesity, learning disabilities hellip babies who may never grow into their best and brightest selves hellip one in five dreams with no place to go.
Campbell’s Vice President – Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability – Dave Stangis, was honored for leading the company’s contributions to efforts including the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive and salsa Just Peachy salsa in Ethisphere Magazines 2013 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.