Campbell Soup Co.
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Campbell Soup Co. conceded today (25 February) margins are likely to be down this year after booking a double-digit decline in second-quarter operating profit.
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Campbell Soup Co., which last week cut its forecast for annual earnings, said today (18 February) it had identified ways of reducing its overheads by US$200m beyond its ongoing productivity measures.
Campbell Soup Co. has cut its annual forecasts for sales and earnings amid pressure on margins and the impact of the strengthening US dollar.
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