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Our Response to COVID-19

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. Here’s how we’re working across our business to make it happen: Protecting our employees We have protocols in place to address the…

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Over $8 million in funds and food for COVID-19 recovery in our hometowns

With so many in need across North America, today we announced over $1 million in COVID-19 relief grants, bringing our total contributions to over $8 million in food and financial support to organizations in our hometowns. In March, we made an initial commitment to support local organizations as they manage both the social and economic impact of…

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Helping the communities we call home

This Giving Tuesday, we’re reflecting on our ongoing commitment to give back to our hometown communities, the places where our employees live and work. These communities need help more than ever, as we all adapt to and manage both the social and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Giving back in response to the pandemic…

Feeding hungry kids in our hometown communities

More children than ever are hungry. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools are focusing on increased safety measures and new ways to get food to kids, which creates a need for more funds and new expertise. With this critical need in mind, we recently granted funding to two national organizations that will support schools in…

New Jersey Council of CEOs: Supporting economic recovery efforts in our home state

Our CEO, Mark Clouse, joined CEOs from companies across New Jersey to announce the coalition’s commitment to supporting economic recovery in our home state, especially for underserved communities. We’ve called Camden home for over 150 years, and we’ve seen firsthand the benefits of businesses and government working together to serve the community. That’s why we’re…

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The scoop on soup: Our latest soup innovations

It’s soup season! Our latest soup innovations are here to bring delicious and simple options to your family’s menu. From better-for-you favorites, to savory and slow-cooked snacks, our team created a little something for everyone. Which soups are first on your list to try? The new Well Yes! New Well Yes! soups are here, with…

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Pacific Foods Barista Series: Serving coffee and the community

For years, Pacific Foods has assembled boxes of food for children experiencing food insecurity. In the brand’s hometown of Tualatin, Oregon the local coffee community has played a big role in supporting this work, building hundreds of boxes for kids in need. Since the beginning of Pacific’s Barista Series line in 2002, coffee workers have…

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The Goldfish Capital of the World

Welcome to Willard, a town in Huron County, Ohio. Population: 6,000. It may be a small town, but it serves a big role in making some of our favorite snacks.   And now, it’s the home of the world’s largest Goldfish production line, producing more Goldfish than anywhere in the world, shaping and baking the iconic crackers day and night.  Kids and parents across North America love Goldfish, and our team recently took steps to keep up with the…

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Hunger Action Month: Supporting our community food banks

September is Hunger Action Month, a nationwide movement spearheaded by Feeding America, to spread awareness about hunger. This year, Feeding America estimates that more than 54 million people could face hunger in the wake of the pandemic. We’re committed to continuing our partnerships with organizations dedicated to fighting food insecurity, and we’ve donated $6 million…

Life at Campbell: Meet Kelly, A Corporate Communications Intern working virtually

This summer we welcomed 51 college students from across North America for summer internships, with most working remotely. Kelly, a Corporate Communications intern, shares what #LifeAtCampbell is like as an intern working virtually, and the experiences and contributions of the 2020 intern class. Week One: Welcoming and incorporating interns into the company On my first…