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Campbell Soup Names Director Of Childhood Obesity And Hunger Program

November 16, 2010: 12:52 PM EST

Campbell Soup Company has named Kim Fremont Fortunato, 53, to fill the newly created position of director of the Childhood Obesity and Hunger program. Her goal will be to reduce childhood obesity and hunger by 50 percent over the next ten years in Camden, N.J, location of the company’s headquarters, and in other U.S. locations where Campbell has operations. The company’s plan to reduce hunger and obesity was outlined in its 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility report. Obesity rates for children in Camden ages three to 19 are nearly 40 percent, well above the national average of 32 percent. Fortunato joins Campbell from Operation Warm, Inc., an organization that provides new winter coats to children in need.

Campbell Soup Company , "Campbell Appoints Kim Fortunato Director of Childhood Obesity and Hunger Program", Campbell Soup Company press release, November 16, 2010, © CSC Brands, L.P.
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