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Suppliers

Supplier Diversity

We celebrate the diversity of our workplace, our communities, our consumers, our customers, and our suppliers. We’ve worked hard to build a business that represents the communities we serve—starting with our supplier network.

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Our commitment to diversity

We launched our Supplier Diversity Program in 2005 to grow an inclusive and socially responsible workplace and build stronger, more equitable communities. Today, we remain dedicated to our mission to develop a supplier base that reflects our increasingly diverse communities, employees, and consumers.

We’re actively building a pipeline of diverse suppliers and making our sourcing events more inclusive. It’s good for our communities and it’s good for our business.

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Building a better business

We know that building a diverse network of partners is good for business. Diverse suppliers bring creative solutions, innovative approaches, and variety of perspectives we need to build a thriving, sustainable business, far into the future. 

Become a supplier

Interested in becoming a Campbell supplier? Take a look at our requirements and fill out an interest form. We’ll get in touch when opportunities arise.

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Our impact 

We’re committed to building a more resilient food system that improves the world we share for generations to come.

FAQs

What is a diverse supplier?

A privately held U.S. business which is at least 51% owned and controlled/operated by a U.S. Citizen in one of the categories or ethnicities:  
  • African American 
  • Asian Indian 
  • Asian Pacific 
  • Hispanic 
  • Native American 
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender 
  • Service Disabled Veteran 
  • Veteran 
  • Woman 
  • People with Disabilities 

Do I need to be a certified diverse supplier to meet Campbell’s supplier diversity requirements?

Yes. We accept any third-party verified certification. Some commonly used certification bodies are: 
  • NMSDC: If the prospective supplier is minority-owned, we recommend certification by the National Minority Supplier Development Council or one of its regional affiliates at www.nmsdc.org. 
  • WBENC: If the business is woman-owned, we recommend certification with the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council at www.wbenc.org. 
  • U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs: If the supplier is a service-disabled veteran or veteran owned, please contact the USDVA for documentation to verify your status at www.va.gov. 
  • NGLCC: If the business is Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender owned, we recommend certification by the www.nglcc.org. 
  • Disability IN: If the business is owned by an individual with a disability, we recommend certification by Disability IN at https://disabilityin.org/what-we-do/supplier-diversity/. 

What do I do if my status as a diverse supplier changed?

If you are a current supplier and your status has changed, notify your Campbell contact or [email protected] as soon as possible. The change will not affect our supplier relationship, but it is important for us to know because it impacts our ability to accurately track our supplier diversity progress.

Once I have completed the Supplier Interest Form, what are the next steps?

If Campbell has a need for the service you provide, we may reach out to you.

Additional questions?

Contact us: [email protected]

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