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Campbell Soup Co CPB Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Feb 07, 2023, 7:00 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 51.3
  • Sector Consumer Defensive
  • Industry Packaged Foods
  • Investment Style Mid Blend
  • Day Range 50.56  –  51.63
  • Year Range 41.73  –  57.78
  • Market Cap 15.3627 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 2.8 Mil /  2.5 Mil
  • Price / Sales 1.74
  • Price / Book 4.43
  • Forward Div Yield 2.88%
  • Trailing Div Yield 2.88%

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While Campbell Keeps Cooking Up Impressive Sales Growth, Inflationary Headwinds Cap Profits

Business Strategy and Outlook

| Erin Lash |

Since joining Campbell in January 2019, CEO Mark Clouse’s tenure has been fraught with change. Not only has Campbell parted ways with its fresh business and the bulk of its international operations while also working to steady its core meals, beverages, and snacking arms, it has also navigated a global pandemic. But we don’t attribute its recent performance (21% consumption growth on a three-year stack basis) as merely a byproduct of heightened consumer stock-ups of essential fare since March 2020. Rather, we think Campbell’s prudent strategic focus (leveraging technology, data insights, and artificial intelligence to bring consumer-valued new products to the shelf in a timely fashion while also reducing complexity, investing in automation, and optimizing its supply chain and manufacturing network) has set it on a sound course.

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Business Description

With a history that dates back around 150 years, Campbell Soup is now a leading manufacturer and marketer of branded convenience food products, most notably soup. The firm's product assortment includes well-known brands like Campbell's, Pace, Prego, Swanson, V8, and Pepperidge Farm. Following the sale of its international snacking operations, which wrapped in calendar 2019, the firm derives nearly all of its sales from its home turf. Campbell has made a handful of acquisitions to reshape its product mix the past few years, including the tie-up with Snyder's-Lance (completed in March 2018), which enhances its exposure to the faster-growing on-trend snack food aisle, complementing its Pepperidge Farm lineup.

1 Campbell Place
Camden, NJ, 08103-1799
Industry Packaged Foods
Employees 14,700

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FAQs for Campbell Soup Co Stock

Yes. CPB has a forward dividend yield of 2.84%. See CPB’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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CPB’s market cap is 15.36 Bil.
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CPB’s stock style is Mid Core.
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CPB’s price/sales is 1.76.
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CPB’s price/forward earnings is 17.92.
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CPB’s price/book is 4.43.
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