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How Purpose is Informing Transparency in the Food Industry

Writing in Huffington Post Purpose + Profit today, Dave Stangis, our Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at Campbell, talks about how our purpose, Real Food that Matters for Life’s Moments, is changing our culture, how we do business and how we engage with consumers.

In particular, his post discusses why Campbell supports mandatory, national labeling of GMO ingredients and our decision to label all of our US products, not just those required by the pending Vermont legislation.

Read the full article here.

For more on our support for mandatory, national GMO labeling read here.

 

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  • Yvonne

    So glad to see Campbell’s moving in the right direction by labeling their food whether it is GMO free. It is about time. I try to buy only Organic and was thrilled to see Campbell’s organic products. Happy to hear the news about Cambell’s new stand on labeling and the people’s right to know what is in their food. Now if we could just get BPA out of cans, or go glass. The glass would be my preference.

    I like your Bolthouse Farms products, but do not buy very often as they are not organic. I make my own juice with organic products.

  • Yvonne

    So glad to see Campbell’s moving in the right direction by labeling their food whether it is GMO free. It is about time. I try to buy only Organic and was thrilled to see Campbell’s organic products. Happy to hear the news about Cambell’s new stand on labeling and the people’s right to know what is in their food. Now if we could just get BPA out of cans, or go glass. The glass would be my preference.

    I like your Bolthouse Farms products, but do not buy very often as they are not organic. I make my own juice with organic products.