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Campbell Soup Company Overview

Camden, NJ
10000+ employees
1869
Company - Public (CPB)
Food & Beverage Manufacturing
$5 to $10 billion (USD) per year
Campbell (NYSE:CPB) is driven and inspired by our Purpose, “Real food that matters for life’s moments.” We make a range of high-quality soups and simple meals, beverages, snacks and packaged fresh foods. For generations, people have trusted Campbell ... Read more

Mission: Our purpose: Real food that matters for life’s moments. For generations, people have trusted Campbell to provide food and drinks that are good, honest, authentic and flavorful – made from ingredients that are grown, prepared, cooked or baked with care. People ... Read more

Company Updates

  • With so many in need, we’ve contributed over $5 million in food and funds to support our neighbors.

  • Earlier this week, our CEO Mark Clouse shared the following message of support for our Black colleagues, while emphasizing our commitment to take action: to make progress on education and support efforts to stop racism.

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Campbell Soup Company – Why Work With Us?


Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) is a multi-national food company headquartered in Camden, N.J., with annual sales of approximately $8.1 billion. We make a range of high-quality soups and simple meals, beverages and snacks. Our company is driven and inspired by our purpose: Real food that matters for life’s moments. For generations, people have trusted us to provide authentic, flavorful and readily available foods and beverages that connect them to each other, to warm memories, and to what’s important today.

Our portfolio is focused on two distinct businesses in our core North American market: Snacks and Meals & Beverages. This focus enables us to leverage iconic brands and strong positions in the market where we have the greatest presence.

Led by our iconic Campbell’s brand, our portfolio extends beyond soup to foods such as Pepperidge Farm cookies including Milano and Farmhouse, Goldfish crackers, Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels, Lance sandwich crackers, Kettle Brand and Cape Cod potato chips, Late July snacks, Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps, Pop Secret popcorn, Emerald nuts, V8 beverages, Plum baby food, Swanson broths, Prego pasta sauces, Pace Mexican sauce, and Pacific Foods broths, soups and non-dairy beverages.

Soup may be our middle name, but there’s much more to our company, as you will discover. We’re still Campbell, but we are changing in new and exciting ways. 

At Campbell, culture is a serious part of our agenda—something we continue to nurture and grow together. Purpose, values and accountability are part of the fabric of our company. We work to ensure that diversity and inclusion are embedded in our business operations so that every employee can bring their authentic self to work each day.

  • Do Right and Be Real
  • Seek the Power of Different
  • Dare to Disrupt
  • Own it Like a Founder

 

Our Commitment

Inclusion and Diversity at all levels of the business are critical for achieving our strategic goals. At Campbell, we’re committed to building a winning culture that enhances inclusivity in the workplace and commits to listening to, learning from, and understanding one another in every interaction. We believe that diverse perspectives are a key ingredient in our recipe for success.

Employee Resource Groups

Campbell has 10 Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).  These are groups that are dedicated to building our inclusive culture and connecting employees to the business priorities. These groups include:

  • Asian Network of Campbell (ANC): Strives to be a “second family” who unlocks members’ potential by providing a community that develops and showcases hidden talents.
  • Black Resource Group (BRG): Attracts, retains, and empowers top black talent to advance Campbell Soup’s high-performance organization.
  • Bridge Network: Bridges generations across the company by creating and understanding connections and engagement within the dynamic Campbell culture. The network focuses on initiatives and programs within three areas: Professional Development, Personal Development, and Community Engagement.
  • Campbell’s Administrative Professionals (CAPs): Focuses on the celebration and development of our administrative professionals.
  • Latino Network: Builds organizational vitality and promotes excellence by fostering an environment that acknowledges and leverages the talents, perspectives, and leadership of Hispanic and Latino employees.
  • Maxton Employee Resource Group (MERG): Focuses on raising awareness and educating employees on inclusion and diversity, improving employee engagement, providing employees with growth and development opportunities and supporting local community partnerships.
  • Our Pride Employee Network (OPEN): Looks to add value to Campbell through initiatives that educate on and advocate for the LGBT+ community while celebrating and providing support for members and allies.
  • Roots: excites the Campbell community around “real food”, inspiring employees to be real food advocates.
  • Veterans Connection: Celebrates the contributions that active military members and veterans have made to the company and seeks opportunities to recruit and support employees who have served in the armed forces.
  • Women of Campbell: Drives culture change by giving women and men the tools they need to create an inclusive culture across levels and functions with the goal of supporting and inspiring women to achieve their personal careers goals to better reflect our Founders’ mindset.

Inclusion and Diversity Advisory Board

Campbell Soup’s Inclusion and Diversity Advisory Board collaborates with our Talent Management team and advises the Campbell Leadership Team on our long-term I&D vision and strategy. Representing the collective voice of our employees, the board ensures we are focused on what matters most to our people and together we’ll develop sustainable programs and practices that promote inclusion and enhance the employee experience at Campbell.

 

 

University Programs

Campbell Soup Company cultivates the latest intellectual capital to fuel continuous innovation and broaden existing knowledge bases to provide a competitive edge through a diverse campus internship and co-op program. Our 6-month Co-Op experience, and our 10-12 week Internship experience were designed to provide you with tangible work experience in your field or area of study, the inner-workings of Campbell Soup Company, innovation and leadership. These programs will allow you to participate, collaborate, and truly make a difference.

Cooperative Education (Co-Op)

Campbell’s Co-Op Program is a fulfilling and engaging 6-month paid program for current undergraduate or graduate students. Our Co-Op is a clearly-defined, supervised development assignment supported by your educational institution. Students are provided several networking opportunities and development experiences throughout the program.

Summer Internship Program

Campbell’s Summer Internship Program is designed for enrolled undergraduate or graduate students. In exchange for compensation, this 10-12 week program provides value-added work, with a talent-pipeline for full-time early career opportunities. Campbell’s summer intern hiring group has a full-time headcount and budget to hire high-performing interns as employees at the end of the school year following the intern’s summer experience.

Opportunities

Campbell Soup Company prides itself in making real food that matters for life’s moments. Throughout these programs, you will have the opportunity to experience real conversion success stories, real access and connection to leadership, as well as meaningful projects with real business outcomes.

Do you have the ingredients to be extraordinary?

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GIVING THAT MATTERS

At Campbell, we make Real food that matters for life’s moments.  Through our Giving That Matters programs, we work to strengthen and empower healthy communities in our hometowns and enhance employees' connections to both company and personal purpose.

Giving to our local communities matters. It matters to the local organizations we support, it matters to our employees, and it matters to Campbell because it is core to what we stand for and what we value as a company.

 

CAMPBELL SOUP FOUNDATION

Since 1953, the Campbell Soup Foundation has provided financial support to local champions that inspire positive change in communities throughout the United States where Campbell Soup Company employees live and work. The Foundation places particular emphasis on Camden, N.J., birthplace of Campbell’s flagship soup business and home of our world headquarters.

The Foundation’s grantmaking focuses on three strategic areas which support the mission of Campbell Community Affairs to strengthen and empower healthy communities in Campbell’s hometowns. Those three strategic focus areas areincreasing access to healthy food, encouraging healthy living, and nurturing Campbell neighborhoods.

 

 

Campbell Soup Company Reviews

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    "Great culture, benefits, and future vision"

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    Current Employee - Procurement - Buyer in Camden, NJ
    Current Employee - Procurement - Buyer in Camden, NJ
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Campbell Soup Company full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great culture: very laid back and fun environment, caring and flexible management, lots of pride for the brands, clear vision moving forward
    Benefits: good retirement match and contribution, high pay, fair vacation time, discounted store on-site at WHQ

    Cons

    Some inefficiencies as the company integrates recent acquisitions, but nothing noteworthy that detracts from the pros

    Advice to Management

    Continue to share vision and strategy of company with all levels

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Campbell Soup Company (Camden, NJ).

    Interview

    Fairly straight forward asked questions about my professional background & technical questions to assess my technical skills. Interviewed 1 on 1 with the direct hiring manager and 2 other manager of similar roles, they asked behavior based questions and asked me to elaborate on my resume.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe a scenario where you had to think outside of the box or do something completely different from how something is/was currently being done?   Answer Question
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Campbell Soup Company Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign, Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Corporate Equality Index, 2019
  • 50 Best ESG Companies, Investor's Business Daily, 2019
  • 100 Best Corporate Citizens, Corporate Responsibility Magazine, 2019
  • 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index, Bloomberg Financial Services Gender-Equality Index, 2019
  • Global 2000 Leading Companies, Forbes, 2014
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Pledges & Certifications

Diversity Commitment

Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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