Campbell Soup Company, which is also referred to as Campbell's, is an American producer of soup and other food and beverage products. The company was formed in 1869 in Camden, New Jersey, where it is still headquartered today. The company offers a wide range of canned soups, simple meals, snacks, dressings, packaged fresh foods, and beverages. Campbell's product portfolio includes food brands such as Pepperidge Farm, Goldfish, Arnott’s, Kjeldsens, Royal Dansk, V8, Bolt House Farms, Garden Fresh Gourmet, Plum Organics, Swanson Broths, and Prego and Pace.
While soups were the most lucrative segment for the company and generated more than a third of its sales in 2016, this changed over the years as snacks captured the highest segment share of global net sales in 2022, generating approximately 48 percent of Campbell's sales. However, soup is still performing well for the company. Campbell’s soup can be found in the millions of kitchens across America. A survey found that an estimated 54 million U.S. consumers eat at least one can of Campbell’s Chunky soup, broth, or stock a week.
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