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Campbell and All-Star Chef Antonia Lofaso Inspire Women to Take Better Care of Their Hearts

“Address Your Heart Kitchen Project” Motivates Women to Share Their
Stories and Make Simple Heart-Healthy Changes in the Kitchen

CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 5, 2013–
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women in the United
States.1 Now in its seventh year as a proud sponsor of the
American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, Campbell Soup
Company (NYSE:CPB)
is partnering with Chef Antonia Lofaso to help
women continue the fight against this devastating disease. Chef Lofaso,
a fan favorite on Bravo’s “Top Chef All-Stars,” is leading the charge by
kicking off Campbell’s Address Your Heart Kitchen Project with
creative ideas for heart-healthy eating and cooking. Together, Campbell
and Chef Lofaso are asking people to share how they care for their heart
for a chance to win a $50,000 kitchen makeover.

Chef Antonia Lofaso of Bravo's "Top Chef All-Stars" has partnered with the Campbell's Address Your H ...

Chef Antonia Lofaso of Bravo’s “Top Chef All-Stars” has partnered with the Campbell’s Address Your Heart Kitchen Project to share creative ideas for heart-healthy eating and cooking. Together, they are asking people to share how they care for their heart for a chance to win a $50,000 kitchen makeover. Visit AddressYourHeart.com for more information. (Photo: Campbell Soup)

An estimated 43 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease.2
During the month of February, people can visit www.addressyourheart.com
for tips from Chef Lofaso, as well as downloadable coupons for Campbell’s
heart-healthy products, including Campbell’s® Healthy
Request
® soups (Condensed, Chunky
and 100% Natural), Prego® Heart
Smart
® Italian sauces, Swanson®
chicken, V8® 100% low sodium vegetable
juices and V8 V-Fusion® 100% vegetable
and fruit juices. People can participate in Campbell’s Address Your
Heart Kitchen Project by sharing their stories about how they care for
their hearts with others in the Address Your Heart online community for
a chance to win a $50,000 kitchen makeover, along with a year’s supply
of Campbell’s heart-healthy products.

Chef Lofaso is personally committed to the fight against heart disease
as her mother was recently diagnosed with early signs of heart disease,
and they have been working together to make small changes in the
kitchen. Chef Lofaso hopes that through this campaign she will inspire
others by translating her skills as a professional chef into simple
healthy kitchen habits.

“As a chef, I was trained to focus on flavor first, so I suggest flavor
swaps or easy substitutions that can make a dish not only heart-healthy
but also delicious,” said Chef Lofaso, author of “The Busy Mom’s
Cookbook” (Penguin Group, 2012). “The pantry is filled with
heart-healthy surprises that add dimension and layers of flavor – with
low salt, fat and sugar. Good solid flavor boosters include nuts or
homemade whole grain croutons, dried herbs, spices and fruits and soup
as ready-made marinades.”

Campbell’s Commitment to Heart Health

Currently in its seventh year, Campbell’s Address Your Heart campaign
has pledged to contribute $5.4 million to the American Heart
Association’s Go Red For Women movement through 2015.

“Through our ongoing commitment to the American Heart Association and
our line-up of heart-healthy products, we have made great strides in
raising awareness of heart disease among women and providing delicious,
heart-healthy products for those who want to improve their heart
health,” said Leah Dunmore, Vice President, U.S. Soup, Campbell Soup
Company. “As part of this year’s Address Your Heart Kitchen Project,
we’re taking our commitment a step further by inspiring others to care
for their hearts through healthier eating and cooking.”

Campbell is dedicated to offering products that balance great taste with
nutritional value, including nearly 100 foods that meet the criteria for
the American Heart Association’s heart check mark. These products – from Campbell’s®
Healthy Request® soups and Swanson®
chicken to V8® 100% low sodium vegetable
juices, Prego® Heart Smart®
Italian sauces and Pepperidge Farm®
Whole Grain line of breads – are all certified heart-healthy by the
American Heart Association and can be used to create delicious,
heart-healthy meals.

To join Campbell’s Address Your Heart Kitchen Project, get more
heart-healthy cooking and eating tips and gain inspiration and ideas
from others on how they care for their heart, visit www.addressyourheart.com.

About Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company is a global manufacturer and marketer of
high-quality foods and simple meals, including soup and sauces, baked
snacks and healthy beverages. Founded in 1869, the company has a
portfolio of market-leading brands, including “Campbell’s,” “Pepperidge
Farm,” “Arnott’s,” “V8” and “Bolthouse Farms.” Through its corporate
social responsibility program, the company strives to make a positive
impact in the workplace, in the marketplace and in the communities in
which it operates. Campbell is a member of the Standard & Poor’s 500 and
the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. For more information, visit http://www.campbellsoup.com.

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Chef Antonia Lofaso’s Goat Cheese Panzanella
with
Chicken, Tangerines and Tomato Vinaigrette

A fresh, seasonal take on Chef Lofaso’s famous Panzanella salad from her
acclaimed Los Angeles restaurant, Black Market Liquor Bar, this recipe
takes cues from her Italian roots and features vibrant vegetables, such
as arugula and red onion as the base. Chef Lofaso substitutes a
tangerine instead of a traditional tomato to add sweetness and acid and
boosts the flavor of the vinaigrette with Campbell’s®
Healthy Request® Tomato soup.
This dish is perfect for any night of the week and even easy to assemble
for a heart-healthy lunch at work.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes

Makes: 4 servings

  4oz crumbled goat cheese
6 cup arugula
6 tangerines, supremed
2 – 4oz butterflied chicken breasts
1/2 small red onion, shaved

4 pieces Pepperidge Farm® Whole Grain
100% Whole Wheat Bread

3T EVOO plus 2t for toasting bread
1/2 cup white balsamic vinegar

1/4 cup Campbell’s® Healthy Request®
Condensed Tomato Soup

3T chopped flat leaf parsley
4T freshly picked basil
2T chopped shallots (or 1t of chopped garlic if shallots are
unavailable)
Salt & pepper to taste
 
1.

Preheat oven to 250F. On a medium baking sheet, brush 2t olive oil
on Pepperidge Farm® Whole Grain 100%
Whole Wheat Bread
and allow to dry out in the oven for about
15 minutes until bread becomes crisp to the touch. Break dried
bread into 1/2 inch pieces about the size of a large crouton and
set aside.

 
2.

In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together vinegar, Campbell’s®
Healthy Request
® Condensed Tomato Soup,
shallots and chopped parsley. Slowly stream in remaining EVOO and
season to taste with salt and pepper. Set aside.

 
3. Prepare 2 – 4oz butterflied chicken breasts. Season with 1/2t salt
and pepper and coat lightly with nonstick cooking spray. Place
chicken breasts on a suitable high heat baking sheet and place in
broiler on high for 3 minutes on each side. Allow to cool. Chop once
cooled.
 
4. In a large mixing bowl, combine arugula, red onion, bread, chopped
grilled chicken, goat cheese and dress lightly with tomato
vinaigrette. Garnish with tangerines and fresh basil before serving.
(We don’t want the Tangerines to break apart so just lay them gently
throughout the salad to serve.)

Source: Campbell Soup Company

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