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Yearly Archives: 2016

The Personalized Nutrition Revolution Starts Now

From punk rocker to Plum Organics co-founder to personalized nutrition pioneer, Neil Grimmer, CEO and founder of Habit, brings “real food that matters for life’s moments” to a whole new level as his new start-up fuses nutrition, technology and food delivery. Born from his own health wake-up call and experience with a data-driven diet, Neil…

Just Peachy, Giving “Seconds” A Second Life

You give it a quick glance in the grocery store, but hastily toss it aside.  It is too small, lacks color or has a slight blemish.  It is the quest for the perfect piece of produce.  And this is one reason why more than 30% of food grown in the United States is sent to…

Campbell Announces Management Changes In Campbell Fresh Division and Integrated Global Services

CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 17, 2016– Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) today announced the appointment of Ed Carolan as President – Campbell Fresh (C-Fresh). Carolan, 47, will lead the division that includes Bolthouse Farms beverages, salad dressings and carrots, Garden Fresh Gourmet salsa, hummus and dips, and fresh soup, which combined account for approximately $1 billion in net sales. Carolan will succeed Jeff Dunn,…

Pepperidge Farm Named Among BEST in Baking for 2016

The 2016 International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE)—the Western hemisphere’s largest and most comprehensive event for the grain-based food industry—and the Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery publication have recognized Pepperidge Farm among their 2016 Becoming Environmentally Sustainable Together (B.E.S.T.) in Baking award winners.   Pepperidge Farm’s bakery in Bloomfield, Conn. features a 1-megawatt solar array –…

Why celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month is a moment that matters

By: Christian Ardito, Senior Marketing Manager and Lead of our Hispanic Network de Campbell A colleague recently asked me how I celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month at home. As a Brazilian, my first thought was “that’s an interesting question,” then I smiled and had to say, “we don’t!” That’s because I bring my experiences and…

Celebrating Real, Real… Superpowers

Campbell’s Real Real Life Campaign celebrates the joys, frustrations and humor of real life in today’s modern American families. The campaign continues this year with families (some real) and new authentic situations where Campbell’s products can fit perfectly into their hectic lives.   “We had a tremendous response to our campaign last year,” said Yin…

Easy ways to keep fruits and veggies at family mealtime during back to school

By: Campbell’s Nutrition Team It’s that time again! Back to school, back to work and back to things getting just all around busy.  You’re adjusting to a new faster-paced schedule and it gets extra tricky to get everyone around the table for a meal (much less cook one), but when you do it’s good to…

Tomato harvest picks up, summer winds down

By: Dr. Daniel Sonke, Campbell’s Manager of Agriculture Sustainability Programs When you think of Campbell, I’m willing to bet one of the first things that pops into your head is probably a can of our iconic tomato soup—am I right? Millions of tomatoes go into that soup, but did you know that many of the…

Real Food makers bring farmers’ market style sauces to your table

It’s summer here in southern New Jersey, where vine-ripened tomatoes from the local produce stand are a mouthwatering highlight of the season. Whether you call it a fruit or a vegetable, the Jersey tomato is a beloved icon in our state, and on our tables. Our own Alan Slesinksi, Program Manager, Product Development, visits his…

Full smiles and empty plates after a food pop-up for our plant employees

Stepping out of the kitchen, our head Chef Tom Griffiths steers his excited team of chefs and volunteers into the middle of our pilot plant here at world headquarters in Camden, N.J. to surprise 30 employees with a food pop-up as they break for lunch. The effort is led by Roots, our employee resource group,…