USA :Campbell Announces Largest New Soup Initiatives Ever
Company Launches New Line of Ready to Serve Soups; Also Unveils Consumer Friendly Easy Open Packaging Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB) today announced the most comprehensive new product and packaging initiatives in its history, designed to make its world-famous soups more convenient for consumers and reinvigorate its core soup business. The new initiatives include: New Ready to Serve Soups: The new line-up of "Campbell's" Ready to Serve Classics represents a breakthrough in convenience for America's favorite varieties like Chicken Noodle and Tomato, which will now be available in a new ready to serve format. Five additional varieties will be offered, including Creamy Tomato, Minestrone, Alphabet Vegetable, Bean with Bacon, and Chicken with Rice. Today, "Campbell's" brand soups currently enjoy almost 90 percent household penetration in the U.S. and the Company's three biggest sellers -- Chicken Noodle, Tomato, and Cream of Mushroom -- are among the top five shelf-stable food items purchased in U.S. grocery stores.(Photo:
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