A Time Remembered

Circa: 1999
Condition: new
Manufacturer: Campbell's Soup Company
This great kitchen collection advertising Campbell's Soups is marked on the bottom: 1999 Trademarks Licensed by Campbell Soup Company / All Rights Reserved.
In 1869, fruit merchant Joseph Campbell and icebox manufacturer Abraham Anderson started the Anderson & Campbell Preserve Company in Camden, New Jersey. By 1877, the partners realized each had different visions for the company. Joseph Campbell bought Anderson's share and expanded the business to include ketchup, salad dressing, mustard, and other sauces. Ready-to-serve Beefsteak Tomato Soup became a Campbell's best seller. In 1894, Joseph Campbell retired and Arthur Dorrance took over as company president. Three years later, soup history was made when Arthur Dorrance reluntly hired his nephew John Dorrance. Soups were inexpensive to make but very expensive to ship. Dorrance realized that if he could remove soup's heaviest ingredient water, he could create a formula for condensed soup and slash the price of soup from $.30 to $.10 per can. By 1922, soup was such an integral part of the company presence in America, that Campbell's formally accepted Soup into its name.
New in it's original package, that has a dinged corner and measures 11 3/4 inches high and 14 1/4 inches wide, the collection consists of a fully photographed recipe collection book, a 50 page magnetized shopping list, 12 blank recipe cards, a 50 page notepad and designer refrigerator magnet.
An addition to any Campbell's Soup Collection.
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Campbell's Soups Kitchen Collection 1999

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