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Campbell’s® Foodservice

Campbell’s® Foodservice

As a foodservice professional, you want to offer the delicious taste and broad spectrum of flavors that your consumers crave. Campbell Foodservice delivers just that. Together, our easy-to-prepare products and targeted marketing programs can help you strengthen your menus, save time, and build profits for your business.

Our global brand portfolio ensures value and convenience, without compromise of taste, quality or consistency. You’ll find Campbell Foodservice products available in many convenient forms, including canned, dry, refrigerated and frozen.

Through our dedicated staff of seasoned foodservice and culinary professionals, Campbell Foodservice provides end-to-end support to the rapidly growing away-from-home market. Operators across all segments, including restaurants, schools, colleges & universities, health care, adult cash, convenience stores, vending, and delis are using our products and programs to build their businesses and simplify their lives.

All in all, it's a proven recipe for your success when you partner with Campbell Foodservice.

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Food

Boost Sales with ‘Real’ Food

Today’s consumers definitely want to know what’s in their food. But they’re also becoming increasingly interested in what’s not in their food.

Food

The rise of build-your-own dishes

In any discussion about build-your-own menu items such as bowls and broths, it would be remiss not to acknowledge the fast-casual elephant in the room:...

Now more than ever, restaurateurs need to find ways to add flavor without salt to satisfy consumers and regulations alike. Fortunately, developing low-sodium menus can be done with items already on hand.

Soup has long been a favorite menu item for consumers across the country, and it’s easy to see why. Comforting, flavorful and often a healthy menu option, soup is a natural fit for current restaurant trends and has wide consumer appeal.

Despite the moves consumers have been making toward wellness and better-for-you options, comfort food has been making a comeback on restaurant menus over the last few years.