In 1869, a fruit merchant had a simple idea—make the most delicious food with the best ingredients affordable to all. Over 150 years later, we continue to deliver on this purpose as we build a more sustainable food system, strengthen and empower the communities where our employees live and work, and make food that people feel good about eating.
At Campbell, giving back to our local communities matters. It matters to the organizations we support, to our employees who live and work in those communities, and to us—because it’s core to who we are and what we value as a company.
So we work to strengthen and empower healthy communities in our 33 Campbell hometowns by working with local partners to create lasting, systemic change. And we’ve set a bold vision for the future by committing to ambitious goals that will increase food access, provide nutrition education, invest in healthy school food, and encourage our employees to get involved.
in food and funds donated to COVID-19 relief in our communities.
in cash and in-kind donations in 2020.
more residents in our communities will have access to healthy food by 2025.
Our signature program—Campbell’s Healthy Communities—is a 10-year, $10 million investment in the health and well-being of young people in Camden, New Jersey. The program is now in its 10th and final year, and we’re excited to build on our work by using the lessons we learned to transform the school food environment for children.
Focused on what matters: Our 2021 Corporate Responsibility Report
Four ways Campbell’s Healthy Communities initiative is making an impact
We’re committed to building a more resilient food system that improves the world we share for generations to come. Through food that is ethically and sustainably grown, sourced, produced, and shared, we work to improve food access, promote health and well-being, support our communities, provide opportunities as we fight inequality, and combat climate change and mitigate its impacts.
liters of water saved by Campbell tomato farmers in one year alone.
of packaging material for Campbell products is recyclable or industrially compostable. We aim to reach 100% by 2030.
reduction in food waste in our manufacturing plants in fiscal year 2020.
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How we tackle food waste
Being a good corporate citizen is part of our DNA and we’re proud to be recognized for our commitment to making the world a better place.
We’re continually evaluating our work, adjusting our strategy, and building a culture of transparency in order to increase our impact. Learn more about the progress we’ve made so far.
Our nutrition experts work closely with our culinary teams to make tasty, nourishing, accessible, and convenient food that helps you reach your health and wellness goals.
servings of vegetables delivered in 2020.
Campbell products with at least ½ serving of veggies.
servings of whole grains delivered in 2020.
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