In celebration of International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel featuring Elizabeth Duggan, Senior Vice President of our Transformation Office, and Sarah Hofstetter, a member of the Campbell Board. Elizabeth and Sarah shared insights from their own careers, discussed leadership lessons, and highlighted how we can continue to make progress toward a more equal, inclusive workplace. Here at Campbell we’re committed to creating an environment where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.
A lot has changed in 50 years, but for these three Campbell employees, one thing has remained the same, their employer! Read the stories of three of our longest tenured employees:
We’re excited to welcome Valerie Oswalt to Campbell as Executive Vice President and President of Campbell Snacks. From large brands to start-ups, her more than two decades of experience in the snack food industry will be invaluable.
We delivered another high-quality quarter with organic net sales, and adjusted gross margin, EBIT and earnings, growing in-line with or above our expectations. See our second-quarter results for fiscal 2020:
From a salty snack to a sweet treat, learn about our latest Campbell Snacks innovations.
Proud to make Barron’s list of the 100 Most Sustainable Companies in America, determined by how we serve our consumers, the places we call home, and our shared planet.
This National Soup Month, meet Potato Farmer John. Owner of nine-generation family farm, Coombs Sod Farms — his family's been growing the perfect potato in New Jersey for our heartiest of soups since the 1940's.
CAMPBELL’S HEALTHY COMMUNITIES: YEAR 8 UPDATE
We’re honored to be named by Corporate Knights as one of the world’s most sustainable corporations. We work to bring our purpose to life every day through our corporate responsibility and sustainability programs and we’re proud to be one of only 17 U.S. companies recognized.
We’re proud to be ranked one of the most trusted brands by consumers in Morning Consult’s new report.