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Improving Packaging Recyclability One Label at a Time

V8 is making it easier to recycle millions of beverage containers. Thanks to the dedication of our packaging and operations teams, we have made a seemingly simple change to our labels to make the containers easier to recycle. The challenge While V8 bottles have always been easy to recycle, the shrink sleeve labels around them…

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Sustaining Water Throughout the Tomato Journey

Water quality and availability are key parts of our business. They enable us to deliver the products that we are proud to make. We work hard to manage the quality and quantity of water that we use, from farms to our food production facilities. Tomatoes are one of our most prominent ingredients. We use them…

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Celebrating a Sustainability Milestone on 70,000 Acres of Wheat

We’re proud to announce that, a year ahead of schedule, we’ve reached our goal to improve fertilizer use on 70,000 acres of wheat. Reaching this milestone boosts farmers’ profitability, benefits surrounding water quality, and reduces the impact on our climate. Achieving our 2020 wheat goal In 2013, we worked with Walmart to define an ambitious…

Our New Sustainable Packaging Goals

Today we’re announcing new goals to reduce packaging waste by increasing circularity—keeping materials in use and out of landfills. The four goals are designed to address all phases of the packaging lifecycle, from sourcing to end-of-life, including recycling or composting. Four goals to reduce packaging waste The holistic approach aims to reduce packaging waste through…

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Rooted in Real Food: Our 2020 Corporate Responsibility Report

As a food company, we strive to build a more resilient food system that improves the world we all share. The crisis we find ourselves in brings into focus why we’re committed to our corporate responsibility goals. An important element of our corporate responsibility work is transparency. Every year, our Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability team…

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Meet Potato Farmer John: ‘Take Care of the Land, and the Land Will Take Care of You’

At Campbell, we believe that real food has roots. For 150 years, we’ve built strong connections with local farmers. Today, we’re proud to introduce you to John Coombs, owner of Coombs Sod Farms in Elmer, New Jersey, a nine-generation family farm. When William Alderman Coombs established Pineview Farms 250 years ago in the heart of the future…

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Campbell’s Healthy Communities: Year 8 Update

By Kate Barrett, Senior Manager of Community Affairs At Campbell, supporting and nurturing our communities is core to who we are. We believe it is important to build healthy hometowns – and measure our performance against our goals. A 10-year, $10 Million Commitment Back in 2011, we launched an innovative initiative to measurably improve the…

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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…

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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…

Introducing Our 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report and Website

  Today Campbell is proud to publish our 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report and website. This marks our eleventh year of reporting on our progress. Here’s an excerpt of what our new CEO Mark Clouse shared with stakeholders.   Throughout my more than 20 years in the food business, I have long admired Campbell and the…