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Campbell Reports Second-Quarter Results

Second-Quarter Sales Increased 6 Percent, Organic Sales Increased 3
Percent

Adjusted EBIT from Continuing Operations Increased 15 Percent

Second-Quarter Adjusted EPS from Continuing Operations Increased 19
Percent to $0.76

First-Half Adjusted EPS from Continuing Operations Decreased 4
Percent to $1.42

Company Reiterates Fiscal 2014 Guidance

CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 14, 2014–
Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) today reported its results for
the second quarter of fiscal 2014.

Second-Quarter Overview

  • U.S. Simple Meals Sales Rose 7 Percent; Earnings Increased 12
    Percent
  • Including the Acquisition of Kelsen Group, Global Baking and
    Snacking Sales Were Up 14 Percent; Earnings Increased 19 Percent
  • U.S. Beverages Sales Declined 3 Percent; Earnings Decreased 16
    Percent

The company reported earnings from continuing operations for the quarter
ended Jan. 26, 2014, of $235 million, or $0.74 per share, compared with
earnings of $171 million, or $0.54 per share, in the prior year. In the
second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint venture partner
Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure manufacturing and streamline
operations for its soup business in China. The company recorded pre-tax
restructuring charges of $13 million ($5 million after tax or $0.02 per
share in earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell
Soup Company) related to this initiative. Excluding items impacting
comparability in both periods, adjusted earnings from continuing
operations increased 19 percent to $240 million compared with $201
million in the prior year’s quarter, and adjusted earnings per share
from continuing operations increased 19 percent to $0.76 compared with
$0.64 in the year-ago quarter. A detailed reconciliation of the reported
financial information to the adjusted information is included at the end
of this news release.

Denise Morrison, Campbell’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said,
“We remain focused on strengthening our core business and expanding into
higher-growth spaces as we reshape our portfolio to improve Campbell’s
long-term growth trajectory. We made progress on both fronts in the
second quarter after a slow start to the year. In the quarter, we
delivered 6 percent reported net sales growth and 15 percent adjusted
EBIT growth, driven by our core business and the Kelsen Group
acquisition. We also closed on the divestiture of our European simple
meals business. Finally, we maintained our steadfast focus on driving
productivity and managing costs.

“Our improved performance included 7 percent growth in U.S. Simple
Meals, driven largely by an increase of 5 percent in U.S. Soup sales
reflecting strong holiday shipments and increased retailer inventory
levels, as well as gains from our new ‘Campbell’s’ dinner sauces and
‘Prego’ white sauces. In Global Baking and Snacking, Pepperidge Farm
continued to deliver growth in ‘Goldfish’ crackers, cookies and fresh
bakery. Kelsen Group, which we acquired to expand our snacks business in
developing markets, performed well in China and Hong Kong during their
important holiday season. Indonesia continued to post double-digit sales
growth. Bolthouse Farms also drove solid growth with double-digit
sales increases in premium refrigerated beverages and salad dressings.”

Morrison continued, “We still face some challenges in U.S. Beverages and
Australia, but we have taken steps to strengthen these businesses. In
January, we transitioned ‘V8’ single-serve products to a new national
distribution network that will focus on driving growth in immediate
consumption channels over time. In Australia, we brought in new
leadership for Asia Pacific, developed a more focused plan for our core
biscuit business and implemented initiatives to reduce costs.”

Morrison concluded, “While I am encouraged by our second-quarter
results, our team recognizes that our full-year guidance demands that we
continue to deliver improved performance in the second half. We expect
our U.S. Soup business to benefit from eight new soups that were
launched last month, including our first Latin-inspired cooking soups.
We anticipate a stronger second half from Pepperidge Farm, particularly
in the ‘Goldfish’ franchise. We expect continued strong performance from
Bolthouse Farms, which will launch an exciting suite of innovative new
beverages and salad dressings this spring. We expect a more meaningful
contribution from Plum Organics as the products impacted by the
voluntary recall in November return to shelf. We also plan to improve
profitability as we continue to focus on reducing costs and driving
efficiency in our supply chain. We remain focused on executing against
our aggressive but realistic plans to drive growth in the back half and
deliver our full-year guidance.”

Campbell Reiterates Fiscal 2014 Guidance for Continuing Operations

The company confirmed its fiscal 2014 guidance. Campbell expects
continuing operations to grow sales by 4 to 5 percent, adjusted EBIT to
grow by 4 to 6 percent and adjusted EPS to grow by 2 to 4 percent, or
$2.53 to $2.58 per share. Fiscal 2014 guidance includes the benefits of
a 53rd week, acquisitions, the estimated impact of currency
translation and the impact of presenting revenue on a net basis in
connection with the company’s new business model in Mexico.

Second-Quarter Results from Continuing Operations

For the second quarter, sales from continuing operations increased 6
percent to $2.281 billion. Organic sales increased by 3 percent. The
increase in sales for the quarter reflected the following factors:

  • Acquisitions added 5 percent
  • Volume and mix added 2 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 2 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 1 percent
  • Currency subtracted 2 percent

Second-Quarter Financial Details – Continuing Operations

  • Gross margin was 35.7 percent compared with 35.2 percent a year ago.
    Excluding restructuring-related costs in the prior year, adjusted
    gross margin was 37.1 percent a year ago. The decline in gross margin
    was primarily due to cost inflation, supply chain activities and
    related costs and unfavorable mix, partly offset by productivity
    improvements and higher selling prices.
  • Marketing and selling expenses decreased 3 percent to $268 million.
    The decrease was primarily due to lower marketing overhead expenses,
    lower advertising and consumer promotion expenses, reduced selling
    expenses and the negative impact of currency, partly offset by the
    addition of Kelsen Group and Plum Organics expenses.
  • Administrative expenses decreased $21 million to $142 million,
    primarily due to lower incentive compensation costs, lower pension
    expenses and cost savings from recent restructuring initiatives,
    partly offset by the impact of acquisitions.
  • EBIT was $361 million compared with $277 million in the prior-year
    quarter. Excluding items impacting comparability in both years,
    adjusted EBIT increased 15 percent to $374 million. Excluding Kelsen
    Group and Plum Organics operating results, adjusted EBIT increased 12
    percent, primarily due to lower administrative expenses, increased
    organic sales and lower marketing expenses, partly offset by a lower
    gross margin percentage.
  • Net interest expense decreased $2 million to $29 million.
  • The tax rate in the quarter was 31.3 percent compared with 31.7
    percent in the prior year. Excluding items impacting comparability in
    both periods, the current quarter’s adjusted tax rate was 31.0 percent
    compared to 32.7 percent in the prior year. The decrease was primarily
    due to lower taxes on foreign earnings in the current quarter.

First-Half Results from Continuing Operations

Earnings from continuing operations for the first half were $416
million, or $1.32 per share, compared with earnings of $403 million, or
$1.28 per share, in the prior year. Excluding items impacting
comparability in both periods, adjusted earnings from continuing
operations decreased 4 percent to $449 million compared with $467
million in the prior year, and adjusted earnings per share from
continuing operations decreased 4 percent to $1.42 compared with $1.48
in the year-ago period.

For the first half, sales from continuing operations increased 2 percent
to $4.446 billion. Organic sales decreased by 1 percent. The increase in
sales for the first half reflected the following factors:

  • Acquisitions added 4 percent
  • Volume and mix subtracted 1 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 1 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 1 percent
  • Currency subtracted 2 percent

*Numbers do not add due to rounding

First-Half Financial Details – Continuing Operations

  • Gross margin was 35.8 percent compared with 36.2 percent a year ago.
    Excluding restructuring-related costs in both years, adjusted gross
    margin in the first half was 35.8 percent, compared with 37.6 percent
    a year ago. The decline in gross margin was primarily attributable to
    cost inflation and supply chain activities and related costs, the
    impact of acquisitions and the previously-announced Plum Organics
    recall, partly offset by productivity improvements.
  • Marketing and selling expenses increased 4 percent to $529 million.
    The increase was primarily driven by the addition of acquisitions and
    higher adverting and consumer promotion expenses, partly offset by the
    impact of currency and lower marketing overhead expenses.
  • Administrative expenses decreased $28 million to $290 million,
    primarily due to lower incentive compensation costs, lower pension
    expenses and cost savings from recent restructuring initiatives,
    partly offset by the impact of acquisitions.
  • EBIT was $666 million compared with $645 million in the prior-year
    period. Excluding items impacting comparability in both years,
    adjusted EBIT decreased 5 percent to $711 million. Adjusted EBIT
    declined primarily due to a lower gross margin percentage, lower
    organic sales and expenses related to the Plum Organics recall, partly
    offset by lower administrative expenses.
  • Net interest expense decreased $5 million to $59 million, reflecting
    lower interest rates, partially offset by interest costs associated
    with acquisitions.
  • The tax rate in the first half was 32.8 percent compared with 31.5
    percent in the prior year. Excluding items impacting comparability in
    both periods, the current year’s adjusted tax rate was 31.6 percent
    compared to 32.3 percent in the prior year. The decrease was due to
    lower taxes on foreign earnings in 2014, partially offset by a
    favorable settlement of a state tax matter in 2013.
  • Cash flow from operations was $363 million compared with $499 million
    in the prior year. The decline was primarily due to taxes paid on the
    divestiture of the European simple meals business and lower cash
    earnings in fiscal 2014.

Summary of Fiscal 2014 Second-Quarter and First-Half Results by
Segment

U.S. Simple Meals

Sales for U.S. Simple Meals were $894 million for the second quarter, an
increase of 7 percent compared with the year-ago period. A breakdown of
the change in sales follows:

  • Volume and mix added 4 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 2 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 1 percent
  • The acquisition of Plum Organics added 2 percent

U.S. Soup sales increased 5 percent compared with the year-ago quarter.
U.S. Soup sales significantly benefitted from movements in retailer
inventory levels. As expected, this year’s late Thanksgiving holiday and
program timing had a positive impact on second-quarter soup sales.

  • Sales of “Campbell’s” condensed soups increased 4 percent, driven by
    double-digit gains in cooking varieties. Sales of eating varieties
    were comparable to the year-ago quarter.
  • Sales of ready-to-serve soups were comparable to the year-ago quarter,
    as gains in “Campbell’s Chunky” and “Campbell’s Homestyle” canned
    soups were offset by declines in microwavable soup varieties.
  • Broth sales increased 21 percent, driven by double-digit volume gains
    in aseptic and canned broth.

Sales of U.S. Sauces increased 16 percent versus the prior-year quarter,
with the acquisition of Plum Organics contributing 8 points of growth.
Excluding the acquisition, sales increased 8 percent driven by gains in
“Prego” pasta sauce, new “Campbell’s” Slow Cooker sauces and
“Campbell’s” Skillet Sauces.

U.S. Simple Meals operating earnings increased 12 percent to $214
million. Operating earnings increased primarily due to productivity
improvements, higher selling prices and lower marketing expenses, partly
offset by cost inflation and supply chain activities and related costs.

For the first half, sales for U.S. Simple Meals increased 1 percent to
$1.754 billion. A breakdown of the change in sales follows:

  • Volume and mix subtracted 1 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 2 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 1 percent
  • The acquisition of Plum Organics added 2 percent

*Numbers do not add due to rounding

U.S. Soup sales decreased 1 percent due to a decline of 5 percent in
ready-to-serve soups and a decrease of 1 percent in condensed soups,
partly offset by a gain of 10 percent in broth.

U.S. Simple Meals operating earnings were $425 million in the first half
compared with $465 million in the year-ago period, a decrease of 9
percent. Lower volumes, expenses related to the Plum Organics recall,
increased promotional spending and higher advertising expenses were
partly offset by higher selling prices. Productivity savings offset cost
inflation and supply chain activities and related costs.

Global Baking and Snacking

Sales for Global Baking and Snacking were $639 million for the second
quarter, an increase of 14 percent from a year ago. The acquisition of
Kelsen Group contributed $92 million to sales growth. The increase in
sales reflected the following factors:

  • The acquisition of Kelsen Group added 16 percent
  • Volume and mix added 1 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 3 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 2 percent
  • Currency subtracted 4 percent

Further details of sales results included the following:

  • Sales of Pepperidge Farm products increased, driven by higher selling
    prices and volume gains, partially offset by increased promotional
    spending.

    • Sales of fresh bakery products increased versus the prior year,
      driven by volume gains in bread and stuffing.
    • In cookies and crackers, sales increases were driven by gains in
      “Goldfish” snack crackers and “Pepperidge Farm” cookies, partly
      offset by declines in adult cracker varieties.
  • Sales at Arnott’s decreased primarily due to the negative impact of
    currency and sales declines in Australia, which were partially offset
    by strong gains in Indonesia.

Operating earnings for the quarter were $88 million, an increase of 19
percent over the prior year. Operating earnings increased primarily
driven by the acquisition of Kelsen Group, higher selling prices and
productivity improvements, partly offset by cost inflation and higher
promotional spending. The operating earnings increase reflects Kelsen
Group’s operating results and growth in Pepperidge Farm, partly offset
by lower earnings in Arnott’s.

For the first half, sales increased 10 percent to $1.248 billion. The
acquisition of Kelsen Group contributed $144 million to sales growth. A
breakdown of the change in sales follows:

  • The acquisition of Kelsen Group added 13 percent
  • Price and sales allowances added 3 percent
  • Increased promotional spending subtracted 2 percent
  • Currency subtracted 4 percent

Operating earnings in the first half were $166 million compared with
$159 million in the year-ago period, an increase of 4 percent. The
increase in operating earnings was primarily driven by higher selling
prices, productivity improvements and the acquisition of Kelsen Group,
partially offset by cost inflation and higher promotional spending. The
operating earnings increase reflected Kelsen Group’s operating results
and growth in Pepperidge Farm, partly offset by lower earnings in
Arnott’s and the unfavorable impact of currency.

International Simple Meals and Beverages

Sales for International Simple Meals and Beverages were $213 million for
the second quarter, a decrease of 9 percent from a year ago. The sales
decrease reflected the following factors:

  • Volume and mix added 2 percent
  • Price and sales allowances subtracted 2 percent
  • Decreased promotional spending added 1 percent
  • Currency subtracted 7 percent
  • Net accounting in Mexico subtracted 3 percent

Excluding the impact of currency and the net accounting impact
associated with implementing the new business model in Mexico, sales
increases in the Asia Pacific region were partly offset by declines in
Latin America.

  • In Canada, sales decreased due to the negative impact of currency.
    Excluding the impact of currency, sales gains in snacks and soup were
    offset by declines in beverages.
  • In Latin America, sales declined primarily due to lower selling prices
    related to the implementation of the company’s new business model in
    Mexico.
  • In the Asia Pacific region, sales decreased primarily due to the
    negative impact of currency, partly offset by sales gains in Malaysia
    and Japan.

Operating earnings were $38 million, an increase of 15 percent. The
increase in operating earnings was primarily due to higher volumes,
lower selling and administrative costs and productivity improvements,
partially offset by lower selling prices and the unfavorable impact of
currency.

For the first half, sales were $406 million, a decrease of 11 percent.
Sales were impacted by the following factors:

  • Volume and mix subtracted 1 percent
  • Price and sales allowances subtracted 2 percent
  • Currency subtracted 6 percent
  • Net accounting in Mexico subtracted 2 percent

Excluding the impact of currency and the net accounting impact
associated with implementing the new business model in Mexico, sales
declines in Canada and Latin America were partially offset by gains in
the Asia Pacific region.

Operating earnings in the first half were $58 million compared with $66
million in the year-ago period, a decrease of 12 percent primarily
driven by lower selling prices and the unfavorable impact of currency,
partly offset by lower administrative expenses.

U.S. Beverages

Sales for U.S. Beverages were $176 million for the second quarter, a
decrease of 3 percent compared to the year-ago period. A breakdown of
the change in sales follows:

  • Volume and mix subtracted 2 percent
  • Price and sales allowances subtracted 1 percent

The decrease in sales was driven by declines in “V8” beverages,
primarily due to the impact of the transition to a new distribution
network in single-serve immediate consumption channels.

Operating earnings for the quarter were $31 million compared with $37
million in the prior year, a decrease of 16 percent. The decrease in
operating earnings was primarily driven by cost inflation and supply
chain activities and related costs, partially offset by productivity
improvements and lower administrative expenses.

For the first half, sales decreased 6 percent to $349 million. A
breakdown of the change in sales follows:

  • Volume and mix subtracted 6 percent
  • Price and sales allowances subtracted 1 percent
  • Decreased promotional spending added 1 percent

Operating earnings in the first half decreased 18 percent to $55
million, primarily driven by volume declines, cost inflation and supply
chain activities and related costs, partly offset by productivity
improvements and lower advertising expenses.

Bolthouse and Foodservice

Sales for Bolthouse and Foodservice increased 2 percent for the quarter
to $359 million. The increase was driven by favorable volume and mix.

Bolthouse Farms sales increased 6 percent, primarily driven by
double-digit gains in premium refrigerated beverages and salad
dressings, and growth in carrots, partly offset by sales declines in
North America Foodservice, principally in soup.

Operating earnings increased by $6 million to $36 million. The increase
in operating earnings was primarily due to reduced administrative
expenses and productivity improvements, partly offset by cost inflation.

For the first half, sales increased 2 percent to $689 million, driven by
the additional week from Bolthouse Farms. Excluding the additional week
from Bolthouse Farms, segment sales were comparable to the prior year
with gains in Bolthouse Farms, offset by declines in Foodservice.
Bolthouse Farms organic sales were up due to double-digit growth in
premium refrigerated beverages and salad dressings.

Operating earnings for the first half were $65 million compared with $64
million in the year-ago period. The increase in operating earnings was
primarily driven by reduced administrative expenses and sales associated
with the extra week, partly offset by a lower gross margin percentage
and increased advertising for Bolthouse Farms.

Unallocated Corporate Expenses

Unallocated corporate expenses for the quarter were $33 million compared
with $80 million a year ago. The prior-year quarter included $40 million
of restructuring-related costs. The balance of the decrease for the
current quarter was primarily due to lower incentive compensation costs.
Unallocated corporate expenses for the first half were $69 million
compared with $146 million in the prior year. The current year included
$2 million of restructuring-related costs and a $9 million loss on
foreign exchange forward contracts related to the sale of the European
simple meals business. The prior year included $61 million of
restructuring-related costs and $10 million of transaction costs related
to the Bolthouse Farms acquisition. The balance of the decrease for the
first half was primarily due to lower incentive compensation costs and
gains on foreign exchange transactions and open commodity hedges.

Results from Discontinued Operations

The company completed the divestiture of its European simple meals
business to CVC Capital Partners on Oct. 28, 2013. Results for the
European simple meals business are reported as discontinued operations.
In the second quarter, the company recognized a net gain of $90 million
after tax, or $0.28 per share, from the sale of the European simple
meals business. For the first half, net earnings from discontinued
operations were $81 million, or $0.26 per share.

Combined Continuing and Discontinued Operations

Combining results of continuing and discontinued operations for the
second quarter, the company reported net earnings of $325 million
compared with $190 million in the prior year. Net earnings per share
were $1.03 compared with $0.60 in the prior year. For the first half,
the company reported net earnings of $497 million compared with $435
million in the prior year. Net earnings per share were $1.57 compared
with $1.38 in the prior year.

Non-GAAP Financial Information

A detailed reconciliation of the reported financial information to the
adjusted financial information is included at the end of this news
release.

Conference Call

Campbell will host a conference call to discuss these results on Feb.
14, 2014, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Participants may access
the call at +1 (703) 639-1328. The conference ID is 1630990.
Participants should call at least ten minutes prior to the starting
time. The call will also be broadcast live over the Internet at investor.campbellsoupcompany.com
and can be accessed by clicking on the “Webcast-Live” button. A
recording of the call will be available approximately two hours after it
is completed through midnight on Feb. 28, 2014, at +1 (703) 925-2533.
The access code is 1630990. A recording of the call can also be accessed
online by visiting investor.campbellsoupcompany.com
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Reporting Segments

Campbell Soup Company earnings results are reported for the following
segments:

U.S. Simple Meals includes the following products: “Campbell’s”
condensed and ready-to-serve soups, “Swanson” broth and stocks, “Prego”
pasta sauces, “Pace” Mexican sauces, “Campbell’s” canned gravies, pasta
and beans, “Swanson” canned poultry and “Plum Organics” food and
snacks.

Global Baking and Snacking aggregates the following: Pepperidge
Farm cookies, crackers, bakery and frozen products in U.S. retail;
Arnott’s biscuits in Australia and Asia Pacific; and Kelsen cookies
globally.

International Simple Meals and Beverages aggregates the retail
business in Canada and the simple meals and beverages business in Asia
Pacific, Latin America and China.

U.S. Beverages includes the following products: “V8” juices and
beverages and “Campbell’s” tomato juice.

Bolthouse and Foodservice comprises Bolthouse Farms carrot
products, including fresh carrots, juice concentrate and fiber;
Bolthouse Farms super-premium refrigerated beverages and refrigerated
salad dressings; and the North America Foodservice business. The North
America Foodservice business encompasses the distribution of products
such as soup, specialty entrees, beverage products, other prepared foods
and Pepperidge Farm products through various food service channels in
the United States and Canada.

About Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company is a manufacturer and marketer of high-quality
foods and simple meals, including soup and sauces, snacks and healthy
beverages. Founded in 1869, the company has a portfolio of
market-leading brands, including “Campbell’s,” “Pepperidge Farm,”
“Arnott’s,” “V8,” “Bolthouse Farms,” “Plum Organics” and “Kjeldsens.”
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 www.campbellsoupcompany.com
or follow company news on Twitter via @CampbellSoupCo.

Forward Looking Statements

This release contains “forward-looking statements” that reflect the
company’s current expectations about future performance, particularly
the company’s predictions about fiscal 2014 sales, EBIT and EPS. These
forward-looking statements rely on a number of assumptions and estimates
that could be inaccurate and which are subject to risks and
uncertainties. The factors that could cause the company’s actual results
to vary materially from those anticipated or expressed in any
forward-looking statement include (1) the impact of strong competitive
responses to the company’s efforts to leverage its brand power in the
market with product innovation, promotional programs and advertising;
(2) the impact of changes in consumer demand for the company’s products;
(3) the risks associated with trade and consumer acceptance of product
improvements, shelving initiatives, new products, and pricing and
promotional strategies; (4) the company’s ability to realize projected
cost savings and benefits; (5) the company’s ability to manage changes
to its business processes; (6) the practices and increased significance
of certain of the company’s key customers; (7) the impact of
fluctuations in the supply of and costs of energy, raw and packaging
materials; (8) the impact of inventory management practices by the
company’s customers; (9) the impact of portfolio changes,
including the Bolthouse Farms, Plum Organics and Kelsen Group
acquisitions and the European simple meals divestiture; (10) the
uncertainties of litigation; (11) the impact of changes in currency
exchange rates, tax rates, interest rates, debt and equity markets,
inflation rates, economic conditions and other external factors; (12)
the impact of unforeseen business disruptions in one or more of the
company’s markets due to political instability, civil disobedience,
armed hostilities, natural disasters or other calamities; and (13) other
factors described in the company’s most recent Form 10-K and subsequent
Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The company disclaims any
obligation or intent to update the forward-looking statements in order
to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release.

   

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS (unaudited)

(millions, except per share amounts)

 
THREE MONTHS ENDED
January 26, 2014     January 27, 2013
Net sales $ 2,281   $ 2,162  
Costs and expenses
Cost of products sold 1,467 1,400
Marketing and selling expenses 268 275
Administrative expenses 142 163
Research and development expenses 27 32
Other expenses 3 7
Restructuring charges 13   8  
Total costs and expenses 1,920   1,885  
Earnings before interest and taxes 361 277
Interest, net 29   31  
Earnings before taxes 332 246
Taxes on earnings 104   78  
Earnings from continuing operations 228 168
Earnings from discontinued operations 90   19  
Net earnings 318 187
Net loss attributable to noncontrolling interests 7   3  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 325   $ 190  
Per share – basic
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ .75 $ .54
Earnings from discontinued operations .29   .06  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.04   $ .61  
Dividends $ .312   $ .58  
Weighted average shares outstanding – basic 314   314  
Per share – assuming dilution
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ .74 $ .54
Earnings from discontinued operations .28   .06  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.03   $ .60  
Weighted average shares outstanding – assuming dilution 316   316  
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 

In the second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint venture
partner Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure manufacturing and
streamline operations for its soup business in China. The company
recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $13 ($5 after tax or $.02 per
share in earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell
Soup Company) related to this initiative.

In fiscal 2013, the company implemented initiatives to improve its U.S.
supply chain cost structure and increase asset utilization across its
U.S. thermal plant network; expand access to manufacturing and
distribution capabilities in Mexico; improve its Pepperidge Farm bakery
supply chain cost structure; and reduce overhead in North America. In
the second quarter of fiscal 2013, the company recorded pre-tax
restructuring charges of $8 and restructuring-related costs of $40 in
Cost of products sold (aggregate impact of $30 after tax or $.09 per
share on earnings from continuing operations).

 

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS (unaudited)

(millions, except per share amounts)

 
SIX MONTHS ENDED
January 26, 2014     January 27, 2013
Net sales $ 4,446   $ 4,367  
Costs and expenses
Cost of products sold 2,855 2,784
Marketing and selling expenses 529 511
Administrative expenses 290 318
Research and development expenses 58 59
Other expenses 14 20
Restructuring charges 34   30  
Total costs and expenses 3,780   3,722  
Earnings before interest and taxes 666 645
Interest, net 59   64  
Earnings before taxes 607 581
Taxes on earnings 199   183  
Earnings from continuing operations 408 398
Earnings from discontinued operations 81   32  
Net earnings 489 430
Net loss attributable to noncontrolling interests 8   5  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 497   $ 435  
Per share – basic
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ 1.32 $ 1.28
Earnings from discontinued operations .26   .10  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.58   $ 1.39  
Dividends $ .624   $ .87  
Weighted average shares outstanding – basic 314   314  
Per share – assuming dilution
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ 1.32 $ 1.28
Earnings from discontinued operations .26   .10  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.57   $ 1.38  
Weighted average shares outstanding – assuming dilution 316   316  
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 

In the second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint venture
partner Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure manufacturing and
streamline operations for its soup business in China. The company
recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $13 ($5 after tax or $.02 per
share in earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell
Soup Company) related to this initiative.

In fiscal 2014, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of
$20 ($13 after tax or $.04 per share in earnings from continuing
operations) associated with initiatives to streamline its salaried
workforce in North America and in the Asia Pacific region.

In fiscal 2013, the company implemented initiatives to improve its U.S.
supply chain cost structure and increase asset utilization across its
U.S. thermal plant network; expand access to manufacturing and
distribution capabilities in Mexico; improve its Pepperidge Farm bakery
supply chain cost structure; and reduce overhead in North America. In
fiscal 2014, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $1
and restructuring-related costs of $2 in Cost of products sold
(aggregate impact of $2 after tax or $.01 per share on earnings from
continuing operations) related to the initiatives. In fiscal 2013, the
company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $30 and
restructuring-related costs of $61 in Cost of products sold (aggregate
impact of $57 after tax or $.18 per share on earnings from continuing
operations).

On October 28, 2013, the company announced that it completed the sale of
its simple meals business in Europe. The results of the business are
reported as discontinued operations. In the first quarter of fiscal
2014, the company recorded an unrealized loss of $9 ($6 after tax or
$.02 per share) on foreign exchange forward contracts used to hedge the
proceeds from the sale of the European simple meals business. The loss
was included in Other expenses in earnings from continuing operations.
In addition, the company recorded tax expense of $7 ($.02 per share) in
earnings from continuing operations associated with the sale of the
business.

In fiscal 2013, the company recorded pre-tax transaction costs of $10
($7 after tax or $.02 per share) associated with the acquisition of
Bolthouse Farms, which closed on August 6, 2012. The costs were included
in Other expenses in earnings from continuing operations.

       

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY

CONSOLIDATED SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE OF SALES AND EARNINGS
(unaudited)

(millions, except per share amounts)

 
THREE MONTHS ENDED
January 26, 2014     January 27, 2013 Percent

Change

Sales

Contributions:
U.S. Simple Meals $ 894 $ 833 7%
Global Baking and Snacking 639 561 14%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 213 234 (9)%
U.S. Beverages 176 182 (3)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 359   352   2%
Total sales $ 2,281   $ 2,162   6%

Earnings

Contributions:
U.S. Simple Meals $ 214 $ 191 12%
Global Baking and Snacking 88 74 19%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 38 33 15%
U.S. Beverages 31 37 (16)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 36   30   20%
Total operating earnings 407 365 12%
Unallocated corporate expenses 33 80
Restructuring charges 13   8  
Earnings before interest and taxes 361 277 30%
Interest, net 29 31
Taxes on earnings 104   78  
Earnings from continuing operations 228 168
Earnings from discontinued operations 90   19  
Net earnings 318 187 70%
Net loss attributable to noncontrolling interests 7   3  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 325   $ 190   71%
Per share – assuming dilution
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ .74 $ .54
Earnings from discontinued operations .28   .06  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.03   $ .60   72%
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 

In the second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint venture
partner Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure manufacturing and
streamline operations for its soup business in China. The company
recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $13 ($5 after tax or $.02 per
share in earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell
Soup Company) related to this initiative.

In fiscal 2013, the company implemented initiatives to improve its U.S.
supply chain cost structure and increase asset utilization across its
U.S. thermal plant network; expand access to manufacturing and
distribution capabilities in Mexico; improve its Pepperidge Farm bakery
supply chain cost structure; and reduce overhead in North America. In
the second quarter of fiscal 2013, the company recorded pre-tax
restructuring charges of $8 and restructuring-related costs of $40 in
Unallocated corporate expenses (aggregate impact of $30 after tax or
$.09 per share on earnings from continuing operations).

       

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY

CONSOLIDATED SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE OF SALES AND EARNINGS
(unaudited)

(millions, except per share amounts)

 
SIX MONTHS ENDED
January 26, 2014     January 27, 2013 Percent

Change

Sales

Contributions:
U.S. Simple Meals $ 1,754 $ 1,729 1%
Global Baking and Snacking 1,248 1,135 10%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 406 457 (11)%
U.S. Beverages 349 371 (6)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 689   675   2%
Total sales $ 4,446   $ 4,367   2%

Earnings

Contributions:
U.S. Simple Meals $ 425 $ 465 (9)%
Global Baking and Snacking 166 159 4%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 58 66 (12)%
U.S. Beverages 55 67 (18)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 65   64   2%
Total operating earnings 769 821 (6)%
Unallocated corporate expenses 69 146
Restructuring charges 34   30  
Earnings before interest and taxes 666 645 3%
Interest, net 59 64
Taxes on earnings 199   183  
Earnings from continuing operations 408 398
Earnings from discontinued operations 81   32  
Net earnings 489 430 14%
Net loss attributable to noncontrolling interests 8   5  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 497   $ 435   14%
Per share – assuming dilution
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ 1.32 $ 1.28
Earnings from discontinued operations .26   .10  
Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company* $ 1.57   $ 1.38   14%
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 

In the second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint venture
partner Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure manufacturing and
streamline operations for its soup business in China. The company
recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $13 ($5 after tax or $.02 per
share in earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell
Soup Company) related to this initiative.

In fiscal 2014, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of
$20 ($13 after tax or $.04 per share in earnings from continuing
operations) associated with initiatives to streamline its salaried
workforce in North America and in the Asia Pacific region.

In fiscal 2013, the company implemented initiatives to improve its U.S.
supply chain cost structure and increase asset utilization across its
U.S. thermal plant network; expand access to manufacturing and
distribution capabilities in Mexico; improve its Pepperidge Farm bakery
supply chain cost structure; and reduce overhead in North America. In
fiscal 2014, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $1
and restructuring-related costs of $2 in Unallocated corporate expenses
(aggregate impact of $2 after tax or $.01 per share on earnings from
continuing operations) related to the initiatives. In fiscal 2013, the
company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $30 and
restructuring-related costs of $61 in Unallocated corporate expenses
(aggregate impact of $57 after tax or $.18 per share on earnings from
continuing operations).

On October 28, 2013, the company announced that it completed the sale of
its simple meals business in Europe. The results of the business are
reported as discontinued operations. In the first quarter of fiscal
2014, the company recorded an unrealized loss of $9 ($6 after tax or
$.02 per share) on foreign exchange forward contracts used to hedge the
proceeds from the sale of the European simple meals business. The loss
was included in Unallocated corporate expenses in earnings from
continuing operations. In addition, the company recorded tax expense of
$7 ($.02 per share) in earnings from continuing operations associated
with the sale of the business.

In fiscal 2013, the company recorded pre-tax transaction costs of $10
($7 after tax or $.02 per share) associated with the acquisition of
Bolthouse Farms, which closed on August 6, 2012. The costs were included
in Unallocated corporate expenses in earnings from continuing operations.

       

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (unaudited)

(millions)

 
January 26, 2014 January 27, 2013
Current assets $ 2,174 $ 2,264
Plant assets, net 2,241 2,361
Intangible assets, net 3,569 3,827
Other assets 135   141  
Total assets $ 8,119   $ 8,593  
Current liabilities $ 3,189 $ 2,891
Long-term debt 2,247 2,940
Other liabilities 1,284 1,607
Total equity 1,399   1,155  
Total liabilities and equity $ 8,119   $ 8,593  
Total debt $ 4,205   $ 4,429  
Cash and cash equivalents $ 293   $ 410  
 

Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Financial Measures
Second
Quarter Ended January 26, 2014

Campbell Soup Company uses certain non-GAAP financial measures as
defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission in certain
communications. These non-GAAP financial measures are measures of
performance not defined by accounting principles generally accepted in
the United States and should be considered in addition to, not in lieu
of, GAAP reported measures.

Organic Net Sales

Organic net sales exclude the impact of acquisitions, currency and
presenting revenue on a net basis in connection with a new business
model in Mexico in fiscal 2014. The company believes that organic net
sales improves the comparability of year-to-year results. A
reconciliation of net sales as reported to organic net sales follows.

Three Months Ended
    January 26, 2014    

January 27,

2013

    % Change
(millions)

Net Sales,

as reported

 

Impact of

Currency

 

Impact of

Acquisitions

 

Impact of

Net

Accounting

 

Organic

Net Sales

Net Sales,

as Reported

Net Sales,

as

Reported

 

Organic

Net Sales

U.S. Simple Meals $ 894   $   $ (17 )   $   $ 877 $ 833 7%   5%
Global Baking and Snacking 639 23 (92 ) 570 561 14% 2%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 213 16 7 236 234 (9)% 1%
U.S. Beverages 176 176 182 (3)% (3)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 359     1             360   352   2%   2%  
Total Net Sales $ 2,281     $ 40     $ (109 )   $ 7     $ 2,219   $ 2,162   6%   3%  
 
 
Year-to-date
    January 26, 2014    

January 27,

2013

    % Change
(millions)

Net Sales,

as reported

 

Impact of

Currency

 

Impact of

Acquisitions

 

Impact of

Net

Accounting

 

Organic

Net Sales

Net Sales, as

Reported

Net Sales,

as

Reported

 

Organic

Net Sales

U.S. Simple Meals $ 1,754   $   $ (32 )   $   $ 1,722 $ 1,729 1% —%
Global Baking and Snacking 1,248 42 (144 ) 1,146 1,135 10% 1%
International Simple Meals and Beverages 406 27 10 443 457 (11)% (3)%
U.S. Beverages 349 349 371 (6)% (6)%
Bolthouse and Foodservice 689     2     (14 )       677   675   2%   —%  
Total Net Sales $ 4,446     $ 71     $ (190 )   $ 10     $ 4,337   $ 4,367   2%   (1)%  
 

Items Impacting Gross Margin and Earnings

The company believes that financial information excluding certain
transactions that are not considered to be part of the ongoing business
improves the comparability of year-to-year results. Consequently, the
company believes that investors may be able to better understand its
gross margin and earnings results excluding these transactions.

The following items impacted gross margin and/or earnings:

(1)

 

In the second quarter of fiscal 2014, the company and its joint
venture partner Swire Pacific Ltd. agreed to restructure
manufacturing and streamline operations for its soup business in
China. The company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $13
million ($5 million after tax or $.02 per share in earnings from
continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup Company)
related to this initiative.

 
In the first quarter of fiscal 2014, the company recorded pre-tax
restructuring charges of $20 million ($13 million after tax or $.04
per share in earnings from continuing operations) associated with
initiatives to streamline its salaried workforce in North America
and in the Asia Pacific region.
 
In fiscal 2013, the company implemented initiatives to improve its
U.S. supply chain cost structure and increase asset utilization
across its U.S. thermal plant network; expand access to
manufacturing and distribution capabilities in Mexico; improve its
Pepperidge Farm bakery supply chain cost structure; and reduce
overhead in North America. In fiscal 2014, the company recorded
pre-tax restructuring charges of $1 million and
restructuring-related costs of $2 million in Cost of products sold
(aggregate impact of $2 million after tax or $.01 per share on
earnings from continuing operations). In the second quarter of
fiscal 2013, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of
$8 million and restructuring-related costs of $40 million in Cost of
products sold (aggregate impact of $30 million after tax or $.09 per
share on earnings from continuing operations). The year-to-date 2013
impact was pre-tax restructuring charges of $30 million and
restructuring-related costs of $61 million in Cost of products sold
(aggregate impact of $57 million after tax or $.18 per share on
earnings from continuing operations). For the year ended July 28,
2013, the company recorded pre-tax restructuring charges of $51
million and restructuring-related costs of $91 million in Cost of
products sold (aggregate impact of $90 million after tax or $.28 per
share on earnings from continuing operations).
 

(2)

On October 28, 2013, the company announced it completed the sale
of its simple meals business in Europe. The results of the
business are reported as discontinued operations. In the first
quarter of fiscal 2014, the company recorded an unrealized loss of
$9 million ($6 million after tax or $.02 per share) on foreign
exchange forward contracts used to hedge the proceeds from the
sale of the European simple meals business. The loss was included
in earnings from continuing operations. In addition, the company
recorded tax expense of $7 million ($.02 per share) in earnings
from continuing operations associated with the sale. In the fourth
quarter of fiscal 2013, the company recorded an impairment charge
on the intangible assets of this business of $396 million ($263
million after tax or $.83 per share) in earnings from discontinued
operations. In addition, the company recorded $18 million in tax
charges ($.06 per share) in earnings from discontinued operations
representing taxes on the difference between the book value and
tax basis of the business.

 

(3)

In the first quarter of fiscal 2013, the company incurred
transaction costs of $10 million ($7 million after tax or $.02 per
share) associated with the acquisition of Bolthouse Farms, which
closed on August 6, 2012. These costs were included in earnings
from continuing operations.

 

(4)

Plum Inc. and Kelsen contributed $10 million to earnings before
interest and taxes in the second quarter of fiscal 2014.

 

The following tables reconcile financial information, presented in
accordance with GAAP, to financial information excluding certain
transactions:

   
Three Months Ended
(millions, except per share amounts)

January 26,

2014

 

January 27,

2013

Percent Change
Gross margin, as reported $ 814 $ 762
Add: Restructuring-related costs (1)   40  
Adjusted Gross margin $ 814   $ 802   1%
Adjusted Gross margin percentage 35.7 % 37.1 %
Earnings before interest and taxes, as reported $ 361 $ 277
Add: Restructuring charges and related costs (1) 13   48  
Adjusted Earnings before interest and taxes $ 374   $ 325   15%
Interest, net, as reported $ 29   $ 31  
Adjusted Earnings before taxes $ 345   $ 294  
Taxes on earnings, as reported $ 104 $ 78
Add: Tax benefit from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 3   18  
Adjusted Taxes on earnings $ 107   $ 96  
Adjusted effective income tax rate 31.0 % 32.7 %
Earnings from continuing operations, as reported $ 228 $ 168
Deduct: Net loss from noncontrolling interests (7 ) (3 )
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company, as reported
$ 235 $ 171
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 10 30
Deduct: Restructuring charges attributable to noncontrolling
interest (1)
(5 )  
Adjusted Earnings from continuing operations attributable to
Campbell Soup Company
$ 240   $ 201   19%
Earnings from discontinued operations, as reported $ 90   $ 19  
Adjusted Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 330   $ 220   50%
Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations attributable
to Campbell Soup Company, as reported
$ .74 $ .54
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs
attributable to Campbell Soup Company (1)
.02   .09  
Adjusted Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations
attributable to Campbell Soup Company*
$ .76   $ .64   19%
Diluted earnings per share – discontinued operations, as reported $ .28   $ .06  
Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell Soup
Company, as reported*
$ 1.03 $ .60
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs
attributable to Campbell Soup Company (1)
.02   .09  
Adjusted Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell
Soup Company*
$ 1.04   $ .70   49%
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 
   
Year-to-Date
(millions, except per share amounts)

January 26,

2014

 

January 27,

2013

Percent Change
Gross margin, as reported $ 1,591 $ 1,583
Add: Restructuring-related costs (1) 2   61  
Adjusted Gross margin $ 1,593   $ 1,644   (3)%
Adjusted Gross margin percentage 35.8 % 37.6 %
Earnings before interest and taxes, as reported $ 666 $ 645
Add: Restructuring charges and related costs (1) 36 91
Add: Loss on foreign exchange forward contracts (2) 9
Add: Acquisition transaction costs (3)   10  
Adjusted Earnings before interest and taxes $ 711   $ 746   (5)%
Interest, net, as reported $ 59   $ 64  
Adjusted Earnings before taxes $ 652   $ 682  
Taxes on earnings, as reported $ 199 $ 183
Add: Tax benefit from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 11 34
Add: Tax benefit from loss on foreign exchange forward contracts (2) 3
Deduct: Tax expense associated with sale of business (2) (7 )
Add: Tax benefit from acquisition transaction costs (3)   3  
Adjusted Taxes on earnings $ 206   $ 220  
Adjusted effective income tax rate 31.6 % 32.3 %
Earnings from continuing operations, as reported $ 408 $ 398
Deduct: Net loss from noncontrolling interests (8 ) (5 )
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company, as reported
$ 416 $ 403
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 25 57
Deduct: Restructuring charges attributable to noncontrolling
interest (1)
(5 )
Add: Net adjustment from loss on foreign exchange forward contracts
(2)
6
Add: Tax expense associated with sale of business (2) 7
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3)   7  
Adjusted Earnings from continuing operations attributable to
Campbell Soup Company
$ 449   $ 467   (4)%
Earnings from discontinued operations, as reported $ 81   $ 32  
Adjusted Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 530   $ 499   6%
Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations attributable
to Campbell Soup Company, as reported
$ 1.32 $ 1.28
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs
attributable to Campbell Soup Company (1)
.06 .18
Add: Net adjustment from loss on foreign exchange forward contracts
(2)
.02
Add: Tax expense associated with sale of business (2) .02
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3)   .02  
Adjusted Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations
attributable to Campbell Soup Company
$ 1.42   $ 1.48   (4)%
Diluted earnings per share – discontinued operations, as reported $ .26   $ .10  
Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell Soup
Company, as reported*
$ 1.57 $ 1.38
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs
attributable to Campbell Soup Company (1)
.06 .18
Add: Net adjustment from loss on foreign exchange forward contracts
(2)
.02
Add: Tax expense associated with sale of business (2) .02
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3)   .02  
Adjusted Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell
Soup Company*
$ 1.68   $ 1.58   6%
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.
 
     

Adjusted Earnings Before Interest and
Taxes Excluding Acquisitions

 
Three Months Ended
(millions) January 26, 2014     January 27, 2013 Percent Change
Adjusted Earnings before interest and taxes $ 374 $ 325
Deduct: Plum Inc. and Kelsen earnings (4) (10 )  
Adjusted Earnings before interest and taxes, less acquisitions $ 364   $ 325   12%
 
   
Year Ended
(millions, except per share amounts) July 28, 2013
Gross margin, as reported $ 2,912
Add: Restructuring-related costs (1) 91  
Adjusted Gross margin $ 3,003  
Adjusted Gross margin percentage 37.3 %
Earnings before interest and taxes, as reported $ 1,080
Add: Restructuring charges and related costs (1) 142
Add: Acquisition transaction costs (3) 10  
Adjusted Earnings before interest and taxes $ 1,232  
Interest, net, as reported $ 125  
Adjusted Earnings before taxes $ 1,107  
Taxes on earnings, as reported $ 275
Add: Tax benefit from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 52
Add: Tax benefit from acquisition transaction costs (3) 3  
Adjusted Taxes on earnings $ 330  
Adjusted effective income tax rate 29.8 %
Earnings from continuing operations, as reported $ 680
Deduct: Net loss from noncontrolling interests (9 )
Earnings from continuing operations attributable to Campbell Soup
Company
$ 689
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs (1) 90
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3) 7  
Adjusted Earnings from continuing operations attributable to
Campbell Soup Company
$ 786  
Earnings (loss) from discontinued operations, as reported $ (231 )
Add: Net impairment on European business (2) 263
Add: Tax expense on book and tax differences (2) 18  
Adjusted Earnings from discontinued operations $ 50  
Adjusted Net earnings attributable to Campbell Soup Company $ 836  
Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations attributable
to Campbell Soup Company, as reported
$ 2.17
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs (1) .28
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3) .02  
Adjusted Diluted earnings per share – continuing operations
attributable to Campbell Soup Company*
$ 2.48  
Diluted earnings (loss) per share – discontinued operations, as
reported
$ (.73 )
Add: Impairment on European business (2) .83
Add: Tax expense on book and tax differences (2) .06  
Adjusted Diluted earnings per share – discontinued operations $ .16  
Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell Soup
Company, as reported
$ 1.44
Add: Net adjustment from restructuring charges and related costs (1) .28
Add: Net adjustment from acquisition transaction costs (3) .02
Add: Net impairment on European business (2) .83
Add: Tax expense on book and tax differences (2) .06  
Adjusted Diluted net earnings per share attributable to Campbell
Soup Company*
$ 2.64  
*The sum of the individual per share amounts may not add due to
rounding.

Source: Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company
Carla Burigatto (Media)
856-342-3737
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