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Campbell Touts Sustainability Progress And Plans For Next Decade

May 12, 2011: 11:20 AM EST
Nourishment of the Earth and of corporate neighbors, employees and consumers is the overall 10-year strategic plan of Campbell Soup Company, which announced progress on its sustainability goals. The company said it saved more than 4.5 million pounds in steel, plastic and paper packaging materials in 2010; transferred a PET beverage bottle supply to a Canadian supplier, eliminating 750 trucks from the road; and redesigned product packaging in Australia, reducing paperboard by 440,000 pounds. The company said it has eliminated nearly 29,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions at its manufacturing plants and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by more than four percent. It plans to cut the environmental footprint of its product portfolio in half over the next decade as well.
"Campbell Reports Progress on 2020 Sustainability and Citizenship Goals", Press release, Campbell Soup Company, May 12, 2011, © Campbell's
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