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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 Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) is a global food company headquartered in Camden, N.J., with annual sales of approximately $8 billion. The Company makes a range of high-quality soups and simple meals, beverages, snacks and packaged fresh foods. Campbell is driven and inspired ... 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

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    Why Black History Month empowers us to say #Iseeme | Campbell Soup Company

    By: Leah Murphy, Lead of Campbell's Black Resource Group I come from a family of powerful, dynamic women. I'm a fusion of them all, but especially of my mother, whose sincerity, generous spirit and fierce loyalty make her my North Star. The power these women exude is measured not by title or position, but...

  • INVESTING IN CAMDEN NEIGHBORHOODS

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    INVESTING IN CAMDEN NEIGHBORHOODS | Campbell Soup Company

    We've long been committed to increasing the well-being of the communities where we live and work. We've made important contributions through the Campbell Healthy Communities program, the Campbell Soup Foundation, cash and in-kind support and employee volunteerism. We're also supporting our Camden community through the N.J.

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Campbell Soup Company – Why Work For Us?




THE CAMPBELL STORY

Campbell Soup Company is a food company headquartered in Camden, N.J., with annual sales of more than $8 billion and powerful brands in three core categories: Soup & Simple Meals, Snacks and Healthy Beverages.  Our products are sold in more than 100 countries and at our operations around the world we are focused on delighting consumers with great-tasting foods and beverages that meet their evolving preferences, needs and desires. 

 

CAMPBELL NORTH AMERICA


U.S. Retail

Produces and markets branded soup, sauces, beverages and simple meals for retail customers in the United States, the company’s largest market. From Campbell’s soups and Swanson broths to Pace and Prego sauces and V8 beverages, U.S. consumers can find our popular brands in supermarkets, club stores and other retail outlets.


North America Foodservice

Distributes products such as soup, snacks, specialty entrées, prepared foods and beverages to a range of food service customers in the U.S. and Canada.  Consumers can enjoy our foods and beverages in restaurants, universities and other away-from-home establishments.


Canada

Established in 1930 in Toronto, Campbell Company of Canada was our first foreign subsidiary. Today, our Canadian business is a major Canadian food manufacturer and represents one of our largest soup businesses outside the United States.

We market a full array of Campbell's products in Canada, including the iconic Campbell's Condensed soup, Chunky soups and chilis, Gardennay soups, Pacesalsas, Prego pasta sauces, Pepperidge Farm products, V8 beverages and soups, some of which carry the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Health Check symbol.


Plum Organics

Plum Organics is a pioneer and leading provider of premium, nutritious organic baby food, toddler and kid snack food products. Founded by parents in 2007, Plum is committed to nourishing little ones with the very best foods at the very first bite. Plum has been recognized for its unique, culinary-inspired recipes and modern approach to family nutrition.

From the Highchair to the Lunchbox®.  Plum offers a complete line of organic products for babies, toddlers and kids that promotes healthy eating.   Since its launch, Plum has used rapid innovation to launch over 150 products in the United States and the United Kingdom. Top selling products include organic baby food in convenient squeezable pouches; Super Puffs®, a line of bite-sized nutritious puffed snacks; Mighty 4, a new line of nutritious toddler snack pouches; and Mashups®, a line of fun squeezable fruit, veggie and Greek yogurt blends for kids.

Through The Full Effect program, Plum has dedicated its social mission to delivering nutrient rich, organic food into the hands of little ones in need across America.

Campbell acquired Plum in June 2013.


At Campbell, we strive to create an inclusive and inspired environment, rich in diverse people, talent and ideas to fuel our growth and create a high performance culture driven by engaged employees.   We believe that the key to success is attracting, retaining and engaging a diverse workforce that reflects our consumer of today and tomorrow.

Campbell has 9 Identity (ID) Networks.  These are groups that are dedicated to building our inclusive culture and connecting employees to the business 

  • Four dedicated to affinity (America Indian, Asian, Black and Hispanic)
  • One focused on position/job (Campbell Administrative Professionals aka CAPs)
  • One focused on the generations (Bridge)
  • A LGBTQ network (OPEN)
  • One dedicated to living into our purpose, “Real food that matter’s for life’s moment” (Roots)
  • Our largest group the Women of Campbell


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Campbell’s offers 3-month internships and 6-month co-op positions that will provide you with tangible work experience in your field or area of study, the inner workings of Campbell Soup Company, innovation and leadership.  This means you will:

  • Collaborate on cross-functional teams, as part of a diverse group of employees
  • Meet executive leaders during “coffee chats” and “lunch-n-learn” events
  • Participate in networking and community outreach activities
  • Make a difference

Interns and co-op participants also have many opportunities to network with their fellow students, at both undergrad and Graduate level. Whether it’s participating in a coffee chat, a sporting event or volunteering in the community, you’ll be provided with the opportunity to participate in a well-rounded and structured program.  

Areas of opportunity include:

UndergradGraduate
 FinanceMarketing
Supply ChainFinance
R&DHuman Resources
IT 
Communications


  • Real conversion success stories – The University Recruitment Program is a part of Campbell’s Workforce Strategy.  The intent of the program is to convert high performing interns / co-ops into full time employees
  • Real access and connection to leadership – During your internship / co-op experience you have the opportunity to formally and informally engage with leaders across the organization
  • Meaningful projects with Real business outcomes – Whether you are supporting a new product launch, line extension, process efficiency or workforce succession plan our interns / co-ops have the ability to make an impact on current and future priorities


Do you have the ingredients to be extraordinary? Apply Online Now


At Campbell, our Purpose — Real food that matters for life’s moments — has fundamentally altered how we think, talk and act about our food, from farm to table: from how our food is grown and the ingredients we select, to how we prepare our foods and the types of brands in our portfolio.


For nearly 150 years, Campbell has made real food and real experiences that connect our consumers to each other and to the world around them. People trust us to provide foods and drinks that are good, honest, authentic and flavorful — made from ingredients that are grown, prepared and cooked or baked with care.


And, now more than ever, consumers expect brands to be socially responsible, serve a purpose in their lives, reflect their values and beliefs, and make a difference in the world. Moreover, they want companies like ours to be authentic and open, particularly about how and where their food is made, why certain ingredients are used and how those ingredients are produced and sourced.


We welcome this era of transparency as a new opportunity to connect with consumers. We know the people who buy our foods hold us to a higher standard, and we welcome that accountability. That’s our character as a company.

2016 Corporate Responsibility Report


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    I worked at Campbell Soup Company full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Campbell's Soup Company has hired you as their "Math Genius". They want their new soup can to have a volume of 500 cm³. The top and bottom of the can is made of a metal that costs 6 cents per cm² while the sides of the can cost 4 cents per cm². (Of course, as the "Math Genius" you know that V = πr²h and Surface Area = 2πrh + 2πr².)

    Cons

    Express the total cost of the can as a function of the radius of the cylinder.

    Advice to Management

    What dimensions of the can produce the least cost?

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Campbell Soup Company Photos

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Campbell Soup Company photo of: Our CEO, Denise Morrison, has been making her rounds and connecting with our affinity networks. #CampbellTalent
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Campbell Soup Company Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Campbell Soup Company in October 2017.

    Interview

    Their interview process was as tasteless as their soups. Applied online, got an interview within a week on campus. Behavioral interview based on their values. Heard nothing for at least 5 weeks before emailing them myself, when I was told that all their positions had been filled. I didn’t expect no answer after an interview from such a big company. Very disappointed in their lack of professionalism.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell us about a time you worked with a difficult coworker or teammate.   Answer Question
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Campbell Soup Company Awards & Accolades

  • Global 2000 Leading Companies, Forbes, 2014
  • DuPont Awards, businesswire, 2013
  • CEO Award, Corporate Responsibility Magazine, 2013
  • Global 100, Business Wire, 2013
  • National Business Group on Health for Promoting Healthy Workplaces and Lifestyles, National Business Group on Health, 2013
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