We make the greatest impact through our food. Food that people trust. Food that supports our communities. Food that gives our employees opportunities to thrive. Food that helps create a healthier, more sustainable environment.
Connecting people through food they love is our purpose. We believe that food creates connections—to each other and to the world we share and care for—and these connections enrich our lives. Here’s how we deliver.
In 1869, a fruit merchant and a commercial canner had a simple idea—use the best ingredients to make the most delicious, wholesome food affordable to all. Over 150 years later, we continue delivering on this idea with food you can feel good about eating—made with ingredients you can trust.
of products in our M&B division meet the requirements for at least one federal nutrition program.
NUTRITION FOCUSED FOODS
of our products meet our criteria for nutrition focused foods.
of our eggs will be cage-free by the end of 2025.
Vegetarian, gluten-free, and dairy-free recipes this holiday season
Planning holiday meals for guests with special diets
Chef tips to make veggies taste great
We’re passionate about strengthening the communities where our food is made and our ingredients are grown. We support organizations that work to increase food access, encourage healthy living, and nurture the neighborhoods where we live and work.
Full Futures is our signature program to ensure all students are well nourished and ready to thrive at school and in life. Our employee giving program, Campbell’s Cares, empowers our employees to give back to the organizations they believe in and to volunteer.
Learn more about how we help strengthen and empower vibrant communities—from the farmers we source from to the neighborhoods we call home.
in food and funds donated in fiscal 2022.
students in Camden supported through our Full Futures program.
service hours by our employees in fiscal 2022.
Caring for our communities
Over $1.3 million raised through our employee giving campaign
Full Futures School Nutrition Partnership: Year one impact and what’s next
We want all our employees to have opportunities to thrive. We’re creating an inclusive, high-performing culture where all our employees can be real and feel safe, valued, and supported to do their best work. At the end of the day, caring for our people is the most important thing we do.
Life at Campbell’s
Meet Carrie Anderson: Our Chief Financial Officer
7 lessons from our leaders
The Campbell Family Center
We’re committed to building a more resilient, sustainable food system that improves the planet we share. We believe in food from farms that nurture the land, made and packaged in ways that conserve natural resources, to create a sustainable future for generations to come.
(science-based target) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
acres of sustainably cultivated wheat now managed by growers in Idaho, Kansas, Maryland, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
pounds of plastic saved each year from redesigning our V8 bottles.
Let’s talk tomatoes: Meet our tomato farmers
Harris Woolf Almonds: A blossoming legacy of sustainability
Let’s talk tomatoes: Campbell’s Tomato Sustainability Summit
Through transparent practices, we aim to grow stronger and continue our legacy of lasting positive impact. Check out some of the recognition we’ve received for our environmental, social, and governance work.
We believe in providing useful and transparent information about our work, goals, progress, strategies, and policies. Take a look at the progress we’ve made so far.
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