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Yearly Archives: 2019

Chris Foley Speaks at Campbell Soup Foundation Breakfast

Campbell Soup Foundation Celebrates Camden Community Partners

From the beginning, we’ve proudly called Camden, New Jersey home. As we celebrate our 150th anniversary, we’re reaffirming our commitment to building strong community connections in our hometowns. This month, we brought together our Camden community partners for the Campbell Soup Foundation’s 15th networking breakfast. We celebrated our 150th anniversary, along with the achievements of…

Chefs at Cathedral Kitchen

150 Years of Giving That Matters

This Giving Tuesday, as we celebrate our 150th anniversary and reflect on our past – we’re also looking forward to what’s next. That’s why, in honor of our 150th Anniversary celebration, we’ve made some big changes to our employee giving campaign. These changes better deliver on the promise of our purpose: Serving and supporting our…

Real Food Solutions at the Food and Nutrition Conference and Exposition

By: Lindsay Watts, Senior Nutrition Communications Specialist As a Campbell’s Senior Nutritionist, one of my favorite events every year is the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Exposition (FNCE). Each year, we share our foods with the over 10,000 food and nutrition experts who attend – many of whom are…

Campbell HQ

WOMEN ON BOARD: CAMPBELL HONORED FOR BOARD GENDER DIVERSITY

Here at Campbell, we believe that our commitment to inclusion and diversity is key to building our winning team. That’s why we’re proud to be recognized for gender diversity on our Board of Directors. Three leading organizations – the Executive Women of New Jersey, the Forum of Executive Women and the Women’s Forum of New…

Camden Plant 1936

Five Surprising Things in Our Archives

By Scott Hearn, Assistant Archivist To celebrate National Archives Month, we wanted to share a few of the interesting items we have in our archives. You might expect to find a lot of soup labels in our collection, but when you work for an iconic company like Campbell Soup, the scope of our holdings demonstrates…

Wheat field

Building on a Successful Model to Support Farmer-led Stewardship in Ohio

We are expanding our successful collaboration with Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN. Together, we’ll work with Heritage Cooperative and Ohio farmers to advance farmer-led stewardship. Across America, farmers make decisions every day that impact the health of the air, land and water. They are leading stewards of our environment, because safeguarding the planet is central to the…

Willbrandt family

Meet Celery Farmer Jake: ‘It Gives You a Lot of Pride to Grow A Quality Product’

At Campbell, we believe that real food has roots. Our company has worked closely with local and regional farmers since our earliest days – and we want you to meet one of them. Jake Willbrandt’s family has been growing celery for V8 for more than 70 years. “My great-great-grandfather emigrated from the Netherlands to Muskegon,…

NYSE closing bell

Ringing in 150 Years

Here at Campbell, we think 150 years has a nice ring to it. That’s why our 150th anniversary included ringing The Closing Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), where we’ve been listed since 1954! On October 7, we signaled the end of the day’s trading and continued our celebration of 150 years as…

Celebrating 150 Years of Campbell

It’s been said that the greatest ideas are often the simplest ones. We couldn’t agree more. You see, Campbell Soup Company was born from a simple idea: to make delicious and affordable food, accessible to all. 150 years later we’re still staying true to this notion. 2019 marks our 150th anniversary. Reaching such a significant…

“No One Respects the Land More Than a Farmer”

At Campbell, we believe that real food has roots. Our company has worked closely with local and regional farmers since our earliest days – and in this post, we want you to meet one of them.   For Anthony “Spunky” Massoni, farming roots run deep. His grandfather started a farm in 1907, growing asparagus, then…