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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…

Revitalizing Housing, Health, and Hope in Camden

by Kate Barrett, Senior Manager of Community Affairs   At Campbell, we’re proud and honored to be able to support and invest in our hometown communities. Together, our Campbell’s Healthy Communities program, Campbell Soup Foundation, cash and in-kind support, and enthusiastic employee volunteers are a powerful force for good as we strive to enable long-term,…

Shaun Campbell, Angel Flier

Shaun Campbell has called Campbell home for the past 35 years. Since the 1980s, he’s been a part of our annual California tomato harvest, helping turn fresh, ripe tomatoes into delicious soups, sauces and salsas. Shaun started his career weighing tomato trucks in Sacramento and now oversees all production operations at our Dixon Plant. Shaun…

Campbell Named One of America’s Most JUST Companies!

by Megan Maltenfort, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility   Each of us at Campbell is proud today to be ranked amongst the “JUST 100,” which recognizes our commitment to corporate responsibility.   For the second consecutive year, Campbell has been named one of America’s Most JUST Companies by Forbes and JUST Capital, which ranks the…

40 community impacts in 40 seconds

  By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager Community Affairs   Each year, our week of service never ceases to amaze me.  Campbell employees from coast to coast in 28 of our U.S. locations rallied together to serve their communities during Giving That Matters Week. From picking oranges with Food Forward in Camarillo, CA, to planting trees…

Making a Difference That Matters Starts in Our Backyard

By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager Community Affairs Volunteering is one of the most valuable things you can do for another human being, and it goes a long way. But as a Purpose-driven company, we have the opportunity – indeed, the responsibility — to give back on a larger scale. It is truly #GivingthatMatters. It starts…

Supporting agricultural innovation through tech start-ups

By Dan Sonke, Director of Sustainable Agriculture and Stacy Kimmel, Director R&D   Defining the future of real food requires fresh thinking, new business models, and an ecosystem of innovative partners. One way we’re leaning into the future of food and agriculture is through a partnership with Village Capital, a venture capital fund that connects…

Celebrating Earth Day, Every Day

By: Dave Stangis, Chief Sustainability Officer At Campbell, Earth Day is every day, but our teams make a special effort to bring awareness and impact to life for Campbell employees the week leading up to Earth Day. Hard to believe, but Earth Day has been around for more than 45 years. What started as an…

Meet Our 2018 Foundation Grantees

by Kate Barrett, Senior Manager, Community Affairs   The Campbell Soup Foundation team is thrilled to announce this year’s grantees. 33 community organizations received funding this year, driving our Campbell Community Affairs mission to strengthen and empower healthy communities in our Campbell hometowns.     Founded in 1953, the Campbell Soup Foundation provides financial support…