Board of Directors
This section contains biographical information for the Campbell Soup Company Board of Directors.
Communicating Concerns to the Board Of Directors
Learn how to communicate with the Board of Directors regarding a concern about Campbell's governance, corporate conduct, business ethics or financial practices.
See the current members of the four standing Board committees.
This committee oversees the integrity of financial statements, performance of independent auditors and the internal audit function, and legal compliance.
Compensation and Organization Committee
This committee oversees compensation and benefits policies, performance and compensation of senior executives, succession planning and organization changes.
This committee oversees matters relating to the composition, organization and effectiveness of the Board and its committees.
Finance and Corporate Development Committee
This committee oversees the Company's capital structure, capital budget, pension fund, issue and repurchase of debt and equity, acquisitions and divestitures.
Corporate Governance Standards
Campbell first published its Corporate Governance Standards in the 1992 Proxy Statement. They provide the structure for the Company's governance system.
Corporate Governance Standards (PDF)
Certificate of Incorporation
The Campbell Soup Company Certificate of Incorporation, as amended and restated on February 24, 1997.
Certificate of Incorporation (PDF)
The By-Laws of Campbell Soup Company set forth the rights of shareholders and specifies certain duties and responsibilities of our Board of Directors and officers.
Policy Concerning Transactions with Related Persons
This policy regulates transactions with any of Campbell Soup Company’s executive officers, directors or any of their immediate family members.
Related Persons Policy (PDF)
Code of Ethics for the CEO and Senior Financial Officers
This Code for the CEO and Senior Financial Officers is designed to promote honest and ethical conduct, maintain the Company's commitment to integrity and require compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
The Code is a key component of Campbell's ongoing commitment to integrity. It explains in a practical way the basic rules and principles that apply to all employees and directors.
Campbell Soup Company Environmental Sustainability Policy
Campbell is committed to conserving natural resources through eco-efficient management strategies, performance metrics and continuous improvement focused in areas that are important to our long-term business success: energy and water use, waste generation and recycling, sustainable packaging, sustainable agriculture, and supply chain optimization.
Campbell Soup Company Political Accountability Guidelines
Campbell actively monitors and participates in public policy development related to our business. These guidelines outline accountabilities pertaining to our engagement in public policy.
Campbell Soup Company Water Policy
Campbell recognizes that water is a critical natural resource and maintaining a clean and sustainable supply of water is imperative to the future of our Company and our communities.
Global Guidelines for Responsible Advertising to Children
Campbell is committed to responsible advertising. These Guidelines address the special care that must be taken in advertising directed to children.
Commitment Concerning Advertising to Children (US)
To help families encourage their children to make healthy lifestyle and dietary choices, Campbell participates in the Council of Better Business Bureaus' Children's Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative in the United States.
Campbell Soup Company Human Rights Principles
These Principles reflect the way we conduct our business on a global basis. They are applicable to all Campbell Soup Company employees, worldwide.
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