Check out the nutrition label on the product. We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling, including listing the level of fat in a single serving. Please remember to check the package every time, because product recipes change frequently and ingredients are periodically added and replaced.
Check out the nutrition label on the product. We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling, including listing the number of calories in a single serving. Please remember to check the package every time, because product recipes change frequently and ingredients are periodically added and replaced.
Check out the nutrition label on the product. We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling, including listing cholesterol values on product packaging. Please remember to check the package every time, because product recipes change frequently and ingredients are periodically added and replaced.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determines serving sizes, which we are required to list on our packages. Of special note is the 1/2-cup serving size for condensed soup. This is the “as packaged” serving size, which translates to 1 cup as prepared. All of our product labels include the nutrient information for a single serving.
One way we reduced sodium across our portfolio is by using alternative ingredients such as potassium salt. Potassium salt can replace a portion of the sodium, provide a savory flavor to foods and help consumers incorporate more of this essential mineral into their diet. Eating foods with potassium can help maintain a healthy blood pressure, which contributes to heart health. Potassium can help blunt the effects of sodium on blood pressure. Current Dietary Guidelines recommend that adults eat at least 4,700 mg of potassium and no more than 2,300 mg of sodium daily.
If you want to reduce the amount of sodium in your diet, we offer more than 500 products across our Snacks and Meals & Beverages divisions that meet FDA’s strict criteria for being called “healthy,” which includes a limit on sodium per serving. In our Meals & Beverages division, we offer lower sodium varieties of Campbell’s soup, Swanson stock and broth, and V8 beverages to help consumers meet their unique dietary needs. Our Snacks division also offers consumers lower sodium options with products like Cape Cod Lightly Salted chips, Kettle Brand Unsalted Chips, Snyder’s of Hanover Unsalted Mini Pretzels, Emerald Natural Almonds and Walnuts, and more.
To learn more about how we view sodium in our products, review our Position on Sodium.
We believe that a healthful diet is based on both variety and moderation, and that our diverse product line — including soups, broths, gravies, sauces, juice beverages, canned pastas, and baked goods — can be enjoyed as part of an overall balanced plan. We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling, including the new requirements and schedules that have been issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerning trans fat.
We are comfortable using these genetically modified crops because scientists and the FDA, who have been studying genetic engineering for many years, agree that food ingredients made with these methods are safe and aren’t different from other ingredients. Learn more.
We know many of you want to know which ingredients we use are derived from these crops. For a comprehensive list of ingredients that we use that may be derived from crops grown from genetically engineered seeds, please visit WIMF.com. These ingredients are NOT used in all products.
GMO is short for “genetically modified organisms.” It is sometimes called genetic engineering or bioengineering and refers to a process where desirable traits or characteristics are introduced into an organism.
Campbell has chosen to communicate the presence of GMOs by printing the disclosure statement on the labels of its U.S. products.
In America many farmers who grow canola, corn, soybean and sugar beet choose to use genetically modified seeds and have done so for nearly twenty years because it reduces costs and improves yields. More than 90% of these four crops in America are currently grown using genetically modified seeds. These crops are used to make a wide range of different ingredients that are used in foods we eat every day, ranging from vegetable oils to sugar.
Many people have told us they would prefer to avoid high fructose corn syrup, which is why we will continue to move away from using it in new products we launch and explore opportunities to remove it from certain existing products.
More than 80% of the products we offer for retail sale in the United States do not contain high fructose corn syrup including Campbell’s Sauces, Campbell’s Homestyle soup, Swanson broth, Prego Italian sauces and Slow Kettle Style soups.
If High fructose corn syrup is used in a product, we will list it in our product ingredient statement.
High Fructose Corn Syrup or HFCS is a liquid sweetener. High fructose corn syrup contains the same number of calories as table sugar and has been widely used in the food industry for more than fifty years.
Although we have significantly reduced our use of the ingredient in recent years, we do use high fructose corn syrup when it is right for the recipe, mostly to help deliver a smoother texture than other sugars can provide, or to keep the cost of a product affordable.
For people looking to avoid MSG, we make nearly 600 different product varieties that don’t contain added MSG. These include soups, broths, salsas, cooking sauces, canned pastas and others in our Meals & Beverages portfolio and crackers, chips, pretzels, popcorn, nuts, and other savory snacks in our Snacks portfolio.
If a Campbell product contains monosodium glutamate (MSG), the ingredient will be listed in our product ingredient statement.
We follow all government regulations regarding the labeling of our products. In the case of MSG, the term Monosodium Glutamate will be clearly listed in the ingredient statement.
Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is the sodium salt of a common amino acid. MSG occurs naturally in many foods, such as tomatoes and cheeses. It has been used safely as a seasoning in cooking for more than 100 years. It adds a savory or umami flavor and when used in conjunction with salt it creates a clean savory taste.
MSG is lower in sodium compared with table salt (sodium chloride). It contains only 13% sodium compared to 39% sodium in table salt. This means a small amount of MSG can be used instead of salt to create an appealing savory flavor. This is particularly useful when making great tasting foods which have reduced sodium and fat.
Hydrolyzed plant or vegetable proteins have naturally occurring glutamate. These flavor-enhancing proteins are derived from corn, wheat, soybeans, or other vegetables. During preparation, the proteins are completely broken down into amino acids, which are an essential part of our diets.
We list hydrolyzed plant proteins by their common names in the ingredient statements on our product labels. We do not include them under the broader listings of “spices” or “natural flavors.” We recommend that consumers always evaluate a product based on the ingredient listing on its label.
We are committed to providing accurate and reliable ingredient statements upon which you can make your purchasing decisions. As ingredients in our products may change, we recommend that you check the label on our products for the most current and accurate ingredient and nutritional information. We follow all government regulation related to allergen labeling.
We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling. When dairy products, including milk, butter, casein, whey and cheese, are present in any quantity, they will always be listed in our product ingredient statement. We recommend that consumers evaluate each product based on its ingredient statement. To prevent possible cross-contact between products, we use an extensive and effective sanitation procedure between processing operations.
We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling. When soy, soy lecithin, or soy proteins are present in any quantity, they will always be listed in our product ingredient statement. We recommend that consumers evaluate each product based on its ingredient statement. To prevent possible cross-contact between products, we use an extensive and effective sanitation procedure between processing operations.
We follow all government regulations regarding product labeling. When any of these top eight allergens is present in any quantity, it will always be listed in our product ingredient statement. We recommend that consumers evaluate each product based on its ingredient statement. To prevent possible cross-contact between products, we use an extensive and effective sanitation procedure between processing operations.
Some of our recipes require food starches, and others do not. However, many of our products are made without gluten-containing ingredients but are manufactured on shared equipment that have not been tested for the presence of gluten. These products may be suitable for people looking to reduce gluten but not for those who may have celiac disease. These products can be identified by the lack of gluten-containing ingredients on the label, even though the labels does not make a gluten-free claim.
The date code is a series of letters and numbers that tell you how long the product will maintain its top quality and flavor. The letters represent the first three letters of a month (such as Mar for March or Nov for November). The numbers after that tell you the day of the month, followed by the year. For example, the code could read Jun 13 2014. This means for optimal flavor, texture, and quality, you should use the product by June 13, 2014.
Simply soak the can in warm, soapy water for 20 minutes, and the label should peel away easily.
That varies based on the product and the storage conditions. To ensure the best flavor, texture, and overall quality, we recommend using the product before its “Best Used By Date,” printed on each container. However, if the product is not stored properly, the shelf life will be shortened. To maximize the shelf life, we recommend that you store non-refrigerated items in a cool, dry place where temperatures rarely exceed 70° F, and that refrigerated products be kept in your refrigerator at approximately 40° F.
This date indicates the product’s expected shelf life. We recommend using the product before this date to ensure the best flavor, texture, and overall quality.
Depending on the product type, the “Best Used By” date is printed on the end of the can, on the lid and/or neck of the jar or bottle, or at the bottom of the back of the pouch.
Donald Goerke invented SpaghettiOs pasta in 1965. Goerke, who worked with Campbell’s Franco-American brand, had been challenged to create a pasta dish that kids could eat easily with a spoon. He tried all sorts of shapes before deciding on the O, and he soon became known as the “Daddy-O of SpaghettiOs.” The product was promoted with the catchy jingle, “The neat, round spaghetti you can eat with a spoon: Uh-oh, SpaghettiOs!” The kid-friendly pasta transitioned to the Campbell’s brand in 2004
We’d love to hear from you! If you would like to tell us about your experience with one of our products, please contact us. Follow this link www.campbells.com/connect/ where you will find links and information to email, chat, tweet, call or write to us.
Although Campbell Soup Company does not sell directly to consumers, many of our products are often available through online retailers. In addition, you may be able to purchase our products in bulk from any store that normally carries our products. We suggest that you contact your local store manager for more information.
Our Product Locator will let you know if a product has been discontinued. After entering the product and zip code, you will see a message if the product is discontinued.
It’s easy! Just visit www.campbells.com/where-to-buy and enter your favorite Campbell product and your zip code. You’ll see a list of stores that have carried the product within the past 30 days. If you can’t find a product in your area, please check back again, as our Locator is frequently updated. Please be aware that, due to fluctuations in sales and distribution, we cannot guarantee that the same stores will have that product available on any specific day. If you don’t see it on grocery shelves, you may want to check with the store manager to determine when the product is expected to be restocked.
It’s easy to find your favorite Campbell product! Just click here www.campbells.com/where-to-buy, select your product, and enter your zip code to find a store in your local area. You’ll see a list of stores that have carried the product within the past 30 days. If you can’t find a product in your area, please check back again, as our Locator is frequently updated. You may also want to talk to your local store manager to request that the store carry the item
If you see your product in the Product Locator but your zip code doesn’t generate any grocery store matches, then the product unfortunately has minimal or no distribution in your area. We apologize for any inconvenience, and encourage you to check back again at a later date, as distribution may eventually increase.
If you don’t see the product that you want in the Product Locator, then the product unfortunately has minimal or no distribution in the United States. We apologize for any inconvenience, and encourage you to check back again at a later date, as distribution may eventually increase.
We know consumers are loyal to their favorite products, and we never like to discontinue an item that might be a staple at someone’s house. However, tastes and preferences constantly change, and supermarket shelves have to find space for new launches. Periodically, we examine product sales and are forced to make the difficult decision to keep some products and discontinue others. We hope you can find a new favorite among our many other product offerings.
Thank you for your interest in our products! You can often find discount offers for Campbell products in your local newspaper, in magazines, on product labels, and at your grocery store.
We love to hear from our friends who find new and delicious ways to use our products! Please visit www.facebook.com/CampbellsKitchen to share your recipes, ideas and cooking tips.
It’s easy! Visit https://www.campbells.com/kitchen/to search for and exchange recipes, set up your own personal recipe box, and even sign up for our Campbell’s newsletter to have recipes delivered directly to your inbox featuring Campbell’s Condensed soups, Swanson broths, Prego pasta sauces, and Pace Mexican sauce.
For health and safety reasons, our production facilities are not open to the public. The Campbell Museum, which closed March 1996, donated its renowned collection of 18th-century soup tureens and related objects to the Winterthur Museum & Garden near Wilmington, Delaware.
We don’t sponsor any collector’s clubs, though you may be able to find one by searching the Internet. If you want to date or determine the value of a Campbell collectible item, we suggest checking your local library for the following resources: “Kovel’s Price List for Antiques and Collectibles” or “Campbell’s Soup Collectibles: A Price & Identification Guide,” by David & Micki Young.
Yes, we do! The best place to start is www.campbellkitchen.com, where you can search for and exchange recipes, set up your own personal recipe box, and even sign up for our Campbell’s newsletter to have recipes delivered directly to your inbox featuring Campbell’s Condensed soups, Swanson broths, Prego pasta sauces, and Pace Mexican sauce.
Campbell offers nourishing careers for recent graduates and experienced professionals across a wide variety of disciplines. To find out where you might fit best with us, please visit http://careers.campbellsoupcompany.com/job-search.
To date or determine the value of a Campbell collectible item, we suggest checking your local library for the following resources: “Kovel’s Price List for Antiques and Collectibles” or “Campbell’s Soup Collectibles: A Price & Identification Guide,” by David & Micki Young.
Great question! For many of our soups, it takes just four steps:
1. Prepping. We select and prepare the finest ingredients, such as washing, peeling, and dicing vegetables.
2. Mixing. We carefully mix ingredients, such as chicken stock, before adding them to the can.
3. Cooking. Ingredients are added in a particular order – for example, noodles first, then chicken, broth, and other ingredients – to create the best flavor. We seal the can and cook it at a temperature to make sure the product will remain safe under normal conditions at the grocery store and in your pantry.
4. Packaging. We label the finished soup can and box it up before sending it to your grocery store.
We’re always eager to hear from inventors, scientists, entrepreneurs, and businesses with whom we can collaborate to enhance our operations and products! To share your idea, please visit our Ideas for Innovation website at www.campbellideas.com.
We have a longtime commitment to supporting our hometown communities, and that commitment is critical in times of urgent need. We are providing financial support and food to organizations in the communities where we operate. Learn more about how we’re supporting our communities during COVID-19.
For information about our commitment to making a measurable difference in our communities, visit our Corporate Responsibility site.
Our response to the COVID-19 pandemic starts with the health and safety of our employees and their families. We also know that our retailers, consumers and communities are depending on us for food.
Learn how we’re working across our business to respond during COVID-19.
We’re glad you share our passion for innovation! To tell us about your idea, please visit our Ideas for Innovation website at https://www.campbellideas.com/.
Campbell Soup Company is a growing food company focused on delighting consumers with great-tasting foods and beverages that meet their evolving preferences, needs and desires. To learn more about our products sold around the globe visit https://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/campbell-brands/.
Visit us online at www.campbellshop.com where you can find holiday ornaments, apparel and items for your kitchen and home including many of our favorite collectibles. You can also check us out on Facebook @ CampbellShop.com.
You can find a copy of Campbell’s current annual report, as well as reports from several previous years, at http://investor.campbellsoupcompany.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=88650&p=irol-reportsannual.
Campbell is more than the brands you know and love — we’re also a great place to grow a challenging, rewarding career. You can learn more at http://careers.campbellsoupcompany.com/.
For over 43 years, Campbell proudly offered Labels for Education® which has contributed more than $110 million in school supplies to tens of thousands of schools across the U.S. It has been one of a number of ways in which we support Americans kids and families as part of our commitment to being a responsible corporate citizen.
During the past few years, we had been assessing the impact of these programs and through this, we saw that participation in Labels for Education declined considerably. Sadly, it was at the point where we had no choice but to make the very difficult decision to end the program.
The Labels for Education program has officially ended, we want to thank all the schools and families that have made the program so special over the years. We are proud to have been part of your communities and appreciate the support you have shown for our brands. If you have questions, please call 1-800-257-8443.
Our Headquarters facility is located in Camden, New Jersey.
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Each year, Campbell Soup Company and our Campbell Soup Foundation receive thousands of requests for donations of funds and products. While we would like to contribute to every worthy cause, our funding is limited to organizations that are positively impacting the development of healthy communities where Campbell has operations in the U.S., with a particular focus on increasing access to healthy food, encouraging healthy living, and nurturing Campbell neighborhoods.
The Campbell Soup Foundation does not provide product donations. Instead, Campbell directs its product donations to Feeding America, our nation’s largest food bank network, and its more than 200 member organizations. If you’re seeking a product donation, please reach out to your local Feeding America food bank; you can access a link to Feeding America’s Food Bank Locator on our Campbell Soup Foundation site.
To learn more about the Campbell Soup Foundation and our grant guidelines, please visit the Foundation’s website. There you can find information on funding cycles, eligible institutions, and criteria for consideration, as well as access to the grant application portal.
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