At Campbell, we focus on the well-being of our communities and our planet through our commitment to encouraging healthy eating, thriving communities, and sustainability.
In everything we do, our nutrition team is committed to 3 goals:
people to gather over food that nourishes their bodies and satisfies their souls.
people meet their unique health and wellness goals.
food that people can feel good about eating.
Check out some of the work we’re doing to meet our goals.
Food nourishes our bodies and our relationships. Our food encourages people to eat together more often and helps people create moments of connection, whether that’s at the dinner table or a virtual celebration.
recipes (and counting) that meet Nutrition Standards for School Meals.
winner of the Gold Plate Award for our commitment to encouraging family meals.
Comfort, value, and quick-scratch cooking
Simple solutions to help families eat together
Easy ways to keep fruits and veggies at family mealtime during back to school
From soups that help you meet your daily veggie needs or lower your sodium intake, to portion controlled and other better-for-you products, our brands are here to help.
servings of vegetables delivered to the marketplace in fiscal 2020.
Campbell products with at least ½ serving of veggies.
servings of whole grains put into the marketplace in fiscal 2020.
items provide a good or excellent source of fiber.
of products across M&B and Snacks divisions contain 260mg or less of sodium per serving.
of products across M&B and Snacks divisions contain 480mg or less of sodium per serving.
of products contain 0g of added sugar.
of products have 200 calories or less per serving.
We’re committed to improving our portfolio through product renovation and innovation, and offering options that provide portion control or whole grains.
Every brand in our Meals & Beverages division now has a nutrition standard for new launches. The standards, set by our nutrition experts, have limits on sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar.
As we renovate existing products and launch new ones, we look for opportunities to decrease sodium and added sugar while providing more vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains.
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By 2025, we’re committed to increasing food access for 100,000 residents in Campbell communities, providing nutrition education to 50,000 people, and investing $5 million to improve the food served in schools.
We’re committed to building a more sustainable food system, from the way we grow and source our ingredients to the way we make, package, and deliver our products.
We’re committed to reducing waste sent to landfills by 25% by 2025 and reducing food waste by 50% by 2030.
We’re committed to building a culture of transparency in order to increase our impact. Learn more about the policies that help guide our decisions and actions.