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Protecting our Water Resources

This Earth Day we take a look at one of the many ways Campbell is working to safeguard our future through collaborative sustainability initiatives.   By Megan Maltenfort, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility   Water is an essential resource for all life. It is equally vital for Campbell’s operations. From growing our ingredients to producing…

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…

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…

A Field of Yellow Tomatoes

By Dan Sonke, Director of Sustainable Agriculture   Driving by a tomato farm this time of year in California, you expect to see a harvest underway. It’s a sight to savor–lots of red tomatoes being placed into tractor bins. But not this time. Where there is normally red, a sea of yellow is in its…

Water Serves Communities and Builds Livelihoods

by Andrea Chu, Sustainable Agriculture Analyst Water is our most vital resource and on World Water Day, I’m happy to share one of the ways Campbell is working to minimize water risks for our company and our hometown communities.   Recently, I got to see firsthand the great results of a ten-year long collaboration with…

Getting Real About Where Sustainability is Headed at Campbell

By: Megan Maltenfort, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility   For the past year, I’ve had the pleasure of working on the sustainability team at Campbell. I was excited to join a purpose-driven organization dedicated to doing right and being real and I’ve been impressed to see that we’re really living into these values. Our 2018…

Campbell commits to Improving the Treatment of Broiler Chickens

By Niki King – Director, Responsible Sourcing   At Campbell, our purpose is Real food that matters for life’s moments. We know that what we do every day matters and that families of all kinds rely on our foods. We make the biggest impact when we set and meet ambitious goals – as a business,…

Farm to Fork: Progress on Food Waste

Food waste was a prominent topic at Climate Week — five days of events coinciding with the United Nations General Assembly in New York focused on “People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for All on a Sustainable Planet”. We participated in events focused on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 12.3 – to halve food…

What’s the Buzz at Campbell?

Written by:  Dr. Dan Sonke, Director of Sustainable Agriculture   You may have seen news reports about the loss of large numbers of North American bee colonies. Experts aren’t entirely sure why, but they point to new bee diseases, more inbreeding of bees, and far fewer wildflowers where the bees can get a diverse selection…

Our Position on the Paris Climate Agreement and Climate Change

We are aware of the potential risks to the food system posed by climate change and continue to support the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.    Despite the decision by the Trump Administration to exit the agreement, Campbell will continue to take action to address climate change, and we remain focused on delivering against…