Campbell Soup Company has moved most of its production elsewhere, but the main headquarters is still in Camden, N.J. (Emma Lee/WHYY)
Is Campbell Soup staging a comeback?

The iconic Campbell Soup Company appears to be turning around. Just over a year ago, its stock had fallen, the CEO had stepped down, and an activist investor was trying to talk the board into selling the 150-year-old company headquartered in Camden. Now, that investor is singing a different tune and Campbell’s new CEO is hot on returning to its roots: soup.

Is Campbell Soup staging a comeback?
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