This company, also known as Campbell's, operates as an American producer of soup, beverage, confectionery and prepared food products. Based in Camden, New Jersey, the company distributes its products in 120 countries worldwide. Some of its well-known brands are Campbell's (soups), Swanson (broths), Pepperidge Farm (cookies, crackers, breads, and frozen products), Pace (Mexican sauces), Prego (pasta sauces), and Godiva (chocolates), as well as Arnott's biscuits in Australia. It was founded as Joseph A. Campbell Preserve Company by Joseph A. Campbell and Abraham Anderson in 1869. During that time, the company produces canned tomatoes, vegetables, jellies, soups, condiments and minced meats. Established for more than 130 years, the company has grown to become a world leading producer and supplier of soup. It has strong presence in North America which represents 5.2 billion dollars of its total sales. Campbell North America's portfolio includes powerful retail and food service brands: Campbell's, Pace, Prego, Swanson, StockPot, V8, Pepperidge Farm and Godiva. The North American business has key markets in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Latin America. The company also has operations in Canada. In addition, its Godiva business operates worldwide. It also has International's portfolio that comprises leading brands in Europe and Asia Pacific. Aside from the Campbell's worldwide brand, it also owns various soup and sauce brands such as Erasco soups in Germany and Liebig soups in France. The company also owns dry soup and sauce businesses in Europe under the brands Royco, D&L, Heisse Tasse, and Bla Band. In Asia Pacific, it owns the Arnott's brand of biscuits and snacks. Campbell's largest customer is the Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and its affiliates.
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