Corporate citizenship humanizes, improves and personalizes a company’s purpose in the world it serves. At Campbell, it’s how we work every day—from the water and energy we use, to how we make our food, to how we support our employees and help our neighbors. It’s integrated into our business strategy.
Sustainability and responsibility are not only good for the resources we all share and the communities where we live and work—they’re good for business. Reducing water and energy use, increasing recycling and reducing the amount of material in our packaging are some of the ways sustainability supports our goals.
Citizenship is also about transparency. Campbell’s sustainability work follows our north star—our Purpose, Real Food that Matters for Life’s Moments. It’s a filter for our decision-making and has changed the way we think, talk and act about our food.
Our CEO Denise Morrison said it best: “We can make a profit and make a difference, and we are doing both through our business and by living our Purpose in a way that’s authentic, that’s transparent and that truly matters.”
MAKING A SUSTAINABLE DIFFERENCE BY 2020
Although we still have work to do, we are making significant progress toward our four key 2020 sustainability goals:
WHAT WE’RE DOING AND HOW IT’S WORKING
We’re reducing our environmental footprint, connecting with consumers in more meaningful and transparent ways and providing the residents of our communities with more healthful food options.
REDUCING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT
MEASURABLY IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF YOUNG PEOPLE
TALKING TO CONSUMERS ABOUT HOW OUR FOODS ARE MADE
DRIVING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
I invite you to check out our latest Corporate Responsibility (CSR) Report to see the positive impact we’re having every day on everything from our water and energy use, to our communities, to the land where we farm our real food, to the products we make for all of life’s moments.