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Campbell Soup

The name Campbell has long been associated with the warm, cozy goodness of soup. From their original canned options to their modern day varieties, the Campbell Soup Company has been providing tasty, easy to make meals since 1969. After over 150 years of popularity and in these hard economic times, it’s no wonder so many people are in search of Campbell soup coupons. With coupons, you’ll be able to keep providing your family with nutritious soup without dipping into your savings.

In the 1860s, Joseph A. Campbell was a fruit merchant who produced and sold canned tomatoes and soups as well as jellies, vegetables, condiments and minced meats. He partnered with Abraham Anderson to create what is today known as Campbell’s Soup Company. When Anderson left the company in 1876, Joseph took over sole ownership. He renamed the company Joseph A. Campbell Preserve Company and later, in 1896, changed it again to Joseph Campbell & Co.

In 1897, a chemist by the name of John T. Dorrance came up with the magic we now take for granted in canned soups. He discovered a method of condensing the water quantity in the Campbell company’s soups so that the product was commercially viable. When he started with the company, Dorrance made less than $8 a week. By the 1920s, he was president of the company and eventually bought out the entire Campbell family all together.

Brand Awareness

The Campbell’s company has used marketing and brand recognition as a huge part of their business practice since the beginning. The classic colors associated with Campbell - cherry red and bright white - were originally suggested by Campbell executive Herberton Williams and debuted at the 1900 World Fair in Paris. Unlike many brands, Campbell’s has held onto those original colors and today’s soup packaging remains visually quite similar to the original Campbell soup cans.

Campbells Coupons

It was during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s that the Campbell company saw a huge boom. They started producing more than just soup, selling baked goods under the Pepperidge Farm brand as well as healthy beverages under the V8 brand. With headquarters located in Camden, New Jersey, today Campbell’s products are sold in 120 countries worldwide, making them one of the biggest food companies in the world.

With this long history of continued development and growth, it is no wonder the Campbell brand holds such a secure and positive place in the hearts and on the grocery lists of Americans. To help you save money on this traditional brand, there are coupons available both online and offline that you can use during your next shopping trip.

Campbell Soup Coupons

The Campbell Soup Company’s website lists coupons for all of their brands, including Prego, V8, Pace and Pepperidge Farm. Once you have selected the coupons you wish to use, you’ll need to print them off your computer. Then, just take them to the store and use them like coupons you’ve cut out of a newspaper or flyer. Lucky for you, there is no limit to the number of Campbell coupons you’re allowed to select, print and use.

The coupons Campbell offers for their soup products range in savings. Some offer $1 off several cans of your choice while others offer buy one get one free deals. Sometimes, you can also find special promotions on the Campbell soup website that will allow you to get other deals and discounts.

Another way Campbell helps you use your money wisely is by participating in the Labels for Education program. By clipping the barcode label from Campbell’s soups and other products, you are able to help your local public school get more supplies. Simply mail in the UPCs you clip from Campbell products to the Campbell company and they will donate money and resources to your local school. For more details and to see a list of participating schools, visit the Labels for Education website.

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