Does Campbell Soup really support Sustainability?
Campbell Soup has a strong commitment to sustainability and believes that it is not only the right thing to do, but also good for business. The company has made significant progress in reducing its environmental impact and is working to further improve its sustainability performance. Campbell Soup's sustainability strategy is based on three pillars: reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste and promoting sustainable sourcing.
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Pepperidge Farm owner celebrates wheat sustainability milestone ahead of schedule
The Campbell Soup Co. is flipping the script on “diversity and inclusion” to focus first on inclusion on the grounds that an inclusive environment will better attract and sustain diversity.
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Campbell Soup Company to Transition to 100% Recyclable or Compostable Packaging by 2030
Campbell Soup Company today announced new packaging sustainability goals to reduce packaging waste by increasing circularity — keeping materials in use and out of landfills. The four goals are designed to address all phases of the packaging lifecycle, from sourcing to end-of-life, including recycling or composting.
by Environmental Leader