On February 11, 2014 Campbell Soup Company was honored to be a sponsor at the 11th annual Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City. This is the eighth year Campbell Soup Company has presented the Healthy Heart award at the Red Dress Awards. Campbell’s Healthy Heart award, in partnership with American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign, celebrates and recognizes a woman that has made a commitment to improving heart health for women. This year, Campbell was pleased to honor actress , heart health advocate and mom, Jennie Garth.
Campbell Soup Company is dedicated to helping women care for their hearts by providing delicious, heart-healthy foods and recipes. Our Campbell Chefs were on-hand at last night’s event to showcase some of these products with a creative flair.
Salmon Peach Mango Chutney, made with V8 V-Fusion® Peach Mango 100% juice. Crystal Shrimp Roll, made with V8 V-Fusion® Acai Mixed Berry juice, and Fava Bean Hummus, made with Campbell’s ®Healthy Request® Cream of Celery soup and Pepperidge Farm® 100% Whole Wheat Deli Flats® rolls
Chardonnay & Thyme Tomato Soup, made with Campbell’s® Healthy Request® Tomato soup served with a Cheddar & Pear Panini, made with Pepperidge Farm® Whole Grain Soft Honey Whole Wheat bread
Grilled Chicken Skewer, made with Romesco Sauce & Low Sodium V8® Hot & Spicy juice.
If you are interested in finding heart-healthy recipes you can cook at home, look no further than Campbell’s Kitchen. Campbell’s Kitchen has worked with the American Heart Association to create delicious and heart-healthy meals that you can easily cook with some of your favorite Campbell products.
Clockwise from upper left: Creamy Chicken & Vegetables over Spaghetti Squash, Broccoli Cheddar Rice and Louisiana-Style Chicken, Sausage and Shrimp Skillet.
Find these recipes and more American Heart Association certified recipes in this collection on Campbell’s Kitchen.
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