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Case study: How Campbell is ensuring food safety and quality

As a leading global soup company, Campbell’s vision is to provide the market with real food that matters for life’s moments. Nevertheless, Campbell acknowledges that not paying the necessary attention to food safety and quality has serious financial and reputational consequences, that could be harmful for the company.

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Case study: How Campbell is ensuring food safety and quality
Case study: How Campbell is ensuring food safety and quality


Food safety and quality is among the most important concerns of the food industry. Therefore, Campbell dedicates every resource to ensure that its customers are adequately protected from foodborne illnesses, allergens or any other health and safety concern. In order to ensure food safety and quality Campbell takes action to:
  • closely monitor product safety throughout the entire value chain
  • manage quality
  • invest in supplier engagement
  • implement the Food Safety Modernization Act
  • minimize the risk of allergens ending up in food products by mistake
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