|Agriculture||Target: Reduce GHGs per short ton of tomatoes by 20% by the end of 2020, as compared to 2012||Scope: U.S. tomatoes||Progress: Goal achieved, 26% reduction|
|Target: Reduce water use per pound of tomatoes by 20% by the end of 2020, as compared to 2012||Scope: U.S. tomatoes||Progress: Goal achieved, 25% reduction|
|Target: Reduce nitrogen applied per short ton of tomatoes by 10% by the end of 2020, as compared to 2012||Scope: U.S. tomatoes||Progress: Reduced 6%|
|Target: Enroll 70,000 acres of wheat in a fertilizer optimization plan by the end of 2020||Scope: U.S.||Progress: 30,000 acres|
|Target: Source 50% (by volume) of each plant-based priority ingredient from suppliers engaged in an approved sustainable agriculture program by FY20251||Scope: Global|
|Tomatoes||Progress: 90% of volume|
|Wheat||Progress: 8% of volume|
|Target: Source 100% cage-free eggs by the end of 20254||Scope: Global||Progress: 11%|
|Target: Source 100% “No Antibiotics Ever” (NAE) chicken for diced and canned chicken products by the end of 2017||Scope: U.S. and Canada||Progress: 100%|
|Target: Source 100% gestation crate-free pork by the end of 20225||Scope: Global||Progress: 18%|
|Target: Source 100% U.S. chicken meat that complies with higher broiler chicken welfare standards by the end of 2024||Scope: U.S.||Progress: 0%|
|Target: Purchase 100% Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certified palm oil by the end of FY2021||Scope: Global||Progress: Campbell legacy brands: 100%
Snyder’s-Lance brands: <1%, will convert to RSPO by FY2021
|Target: By FY2025, responsibly source 100% of priority raw materials||Scope: Global||Progress: 83%|
|Target: By FY2025, 100% of priority raw materials are traceable to country of origin||Scope: Global||Progress: 89%|
|Climate||Target: Reduce Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 25% on an absolute basis by FY2025, as compared to FY2017||Scope: North America||Progress: Reduced 6%|
|Target: Source 40% of our electricity from renewable or alternative energy sources by FY2020||Scope: North America||Progress: 10% renewable electricity|
|Water||Target: Reduce water use by 20% on an absolute basis by FY2025, as compared to FY2017||Scope: North America||Progress: Reduced 9%|
|Waste||Target: Reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills by 25% on an absolute basis by FY2025, as compared to FY2017||Scope: North America||Progress: Reduced 2%|
|Target: Cut food waste in half by FY2030, as compared to FY20176||Scope: North America plants||Progress: Reduced 36%|
|Community||Target: Increase food access for 100,000 residents in Campbell communities||Scope: Campbell communities||Progress: Just launched|
|Target: Provide nutrition education to 50,000 people to encourage healthy living in Campbell communities||Scope: Campbell communities||Progress: Just launched|
|Target: Invest $5 million to improve the school food environment for children||Scope: Campbell communities||Progress: Just launched|
|Target: Engage 70 percent of Campbell employees in community-based activities||Scope: Campbell communities||Progress: Just launched|
|Target: Contribute 75,000 traditional and skills-based employee volunteer hours across Campbell’s footprint to increase the capacity of our community partners||Scope: Campbell communities||Progress: Just launched|
|Safety||Target: Achieve 3% decrease in reportable and lost time incidents per year with long-term goal of 0 incidents||Scope: North America|
|Target: Reportable incidents||Progress: Goal achieved, 14% reduction|
|Target: Lost time incidents||Progress: Goal achieved, 31% reduction|
- Due to the sale of the Bolthouse Farms business, carrots are no longer a priority ingredient for Campbell and have been removed from our list of priority raw materials. In FY2020, we plan to reassess raw material risks to confirm that this is the appropriate list of priority raw materials, given our new family of brands.
- We removed two goals from our commitments in 2019, reflecting the change in our portfolio with our recent divestitures and acquisitions and our focus as a North American company:
- By FY2020, measurably advance Campbell’s Supplier Diversity Program
- By FY2020, proactively assess 100% of Campbell-owned facilities for compliance with Campbell’s Human Rights Principles
- We have removed our commitment to transition steel cans to non-BPA linings in the U.S. and Canada because we reached the commitment in 2017.
- With the divestiture of Kelsen and Arnott’s, 11 percent of Campbell’s portfolio now meets our cage-free egg commitment.
- We have integrated Snyder’s-Lance and Pacific Foods into our gestation crate-free commitment. After integrating these acquisitions, the total volume of pork in our portfolio has increased and most of this acquired pork volume does not yet meet our animal welfare standards. As a result, our progress will show as 18 percent, but our goal has become more robust, and we remain committed to converting this new volume by 2022.
- Campbell defines its food waste commitment in accordance with Sustainable Development Goal 12.3. As such, we exclude animal feed and biomaterial processing from the scope of our goal.