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  • Campbell's launches first organic soup
  • Campbell's launches first organic soup
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Campbell's launches first organic soup

Four in five American families now choose organic foods at least some of the time. Through the launch of the Campbell's Organic range, the iconic soup brand is hoping to serve this taste and stay ahead of competitors. But will it be enough to revive this ailing food category?

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