MSG is lower in sodium compared with table salt (sodium chloride). It contains only 13 percent sodium compared to 39 percent 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…
If a Campbell product contains monosodium glutamate (MSG), the ingredient will be listed in our product ingredient statement.
We are already printing a disclosure statement on the labels of our U.S. products. It may take some time for new labels to reach every store shelf.
Campbell has chosen to communicate the presence of GMOs by printing the disclosure statement on the labels of its U.S. products.
We believe that food from crops which may be genetically modified, such as canola, corn, soybean, and sugar beet, is safe. Science shows that it is not nutritionally different from other foods and that these crops play an important role in feeding the world. We will continue to use these ingredients so our food remains…
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…
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. Genetically modified is also called genetically engineered.
We make around 130 different varieties of soups, sauces and broths that don’t contain added MSG. These include Campbell’s Healthy Request, Slow Kettle Style soups, SpaghettiOs, Campbell’s Dinner Sauces and many Swanson broths.
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.
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.