Campbell Soup Company: CSR & Sustainability News

Campbell Soup Company, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and marketing of branded convenience food products worldwide. Campbell Soup Company markets its products to food chains, mass discounters, mass merchandisers, club stores, convenience stores, and drug stores; and other retail, and commercial and non-commercial establishments directly, and through broker and distributor arrangements. The company was founded in 1869 and is headquartered in Camden, New Jersey.


Time for Snack Food Companies to Commit to Ethical Palm Oil

Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is calling out 20 laggards that are, by refusing to enact strong palm oil procurement policies, allowing for social…

Better Know a Deal: A First for Benefit Corporations

What will be the next public Benefit Corporation or B Corp? This spring Etsy went from private B Corporation to public. Now there’s…

3p Weekend: 30 CSR Pros to Follow in 2015

If you resolved to be more informed and more connected in 2015, we're here to help. Check out these 30 corporate social responsibility…

3p Weekend: 10 CSR Trends to Watch Out for (And 9 to Ditch) in 2015

To kick 2015 off right, this week TriplePundit hosted a Twitter chat to project the top sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) trends…

Twitter Chat Recap: 2015 CSR Trends w/ PwC & Campbell Soup Co.

Special guests from TriplePundit, PwC, PwC Foundation, and Campbell Soup Company came together on January 6th for a Twitter Chat on CSR trends…

SOCAP14 Interview: Plum Organics & Campbell’s Soup

Plum Organics, a certified B Corporation, was recently acquired by Campbell's Soup Co. What does such an acquisition mean for B-Corps? Will the…

Will the New ‘Food Porn Index’ Get People to Upload More Photos of Healthy Food? is a new website showing hashtags and mentions of 24 different food items on social media, where half are vegetables and fruits…
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A Real War on Waste Has Yet to Be Declared

As Matthew May recently explained on the Harvard Business Review, being lean does not have to be mean; a war on waste has…
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The Social Responsibility of Business is Here to Stay

The debate over what is the social responsibility of business is besides the point: companies are now more social responsible and there is…

Campbell’s 2012 CSR Report Shows Progress and Commitment

Campbell Soup latest CSR report shows not just the company's CSR progress, but also how it takes its CSR seriously. Very seriously.

The New Fundamentals of Investing: Building a Better World Drives Potential for Higher Profits

Now, there is a new investment approach—one that seeks bigger profits that capitalists pursue while building a better world that do-gooders desire. The…

Campbell’s Phases Out BPA in Cans

Campbell Soup Company recently announced that it will phase out the use of BPA in its can linings, in part due to the…

Resilience: The Next Big Word for 2012

Create a “sustainable ad­vantage” to win in this new age of sustainability. – From yet another sustainability consultancy newsletter. Big symbolic words come…
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Water Scarcity, the Next Business Challenge and Differentiator

Water stewardship is the next large hurdle now that many companies have tackled the low hanging fruit of increasing energy efficiency.
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Corporate Responsibility Magazine Releases their Top 100 Corporate Citizen List

Corporate Responsibility Magazine announced their list of the top 100 corporate citizens yesterday, Wednesday, March 2, in a ceremony at the NYSE. The…