The first ingredient listed on a pack of our iconic Goldfish® crackers is ‘smiles.' This is one ingredient you will see plenty of across our company, simply because we make brands people love. For more than 75 years we’ve brought wholesome happiness to families with Goldfish crackers and Milano® Chessmen® and Sausalito® cookies, fresh breads, cakes and frozen puff pastry.
We are a team driven by the legacy of our founder, Margaret Rudkin. She was a passionate entrepreneur who started the business from her kitchen in 1937, baking whole grain bread for her poorly son. Her challenge was always ‘What’s Next?’ which is why innovation, creativity and diversity of thought continue to be critical to our success today.
We have annual sales of more than $2 billion, and, as a part of the Campbell Soup Company, a global reach. Our ambition is for consumers to enjoy Pepperidge Farm products every day. To help us meet this challenge we want to hear from talented people who enjoy being able to make a difference.
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It's easy to be passionate about what you do when you make the brands people love best.
At Pepperidge Farm you'll often hear people say they feel like they make a difference and that it feels like a family...they say it because it's true.
More than 75 years after Margaret Rudkin founded Pepperidge Farm, her entrepreneurial spirit lives on in the work each of us does.
Join us and help us keep bringing the wholesome happiness of Pepperidge Farm to families every day.
At Campbell, fostering a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the consumers we serve is critical to our continued success. We understand that having an environment in which everyone can succeed is the key to winning in today’s global marketplace – and we offer a wide range of initiatives to ensure that we attract, engage and retain a talented and diverse workforce.
We have established Business Resource Affinity Networks (BRANs) to enable employees from similar backgrounds and interests to network, develop professionally, promote cultural awareness, encourage community involvement and provide mutual support. Our BRANs are open to all employees, and include:
- Campbell African American Network
- Asian Network of Campbell
- The Bridge Network, to bring together different generations, from Millennials to Traditionalists
- Global Aboriginal American Indian Network (GAAIN), with the most active chapter, MAIN, in our Maxton, N.C., plant
- Hispanic Network de Campbell
- Our Pride Employee Network (OPEN), for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and their allies
- Women of Campbell
To measurably increase our cultural competency and understanding of diversity and inclusion, we also offer classroom, online and experiential training to all Campbell employees. More than 2,200 of our U.S. employees participated in diversity and inclusion training opportunities in 2011, while many business and functional teams participated in relevant book and film clubs, museum visits, cultural presentations and speaker series.
You've grown up with our iconic brand. Now you can go behind the famous label, inside the world's #1 soup maker.
But we are not just about soup, we actually have more than 20 amazing brands concentrated within simple meals, baked snacks and healthy beverages. It’s an opportunity to work with a global company known by consumers globally. We are consistently recognized as a socially responsible organization that uses its vast resources to help communities and families where we live and work. The values of character, competence and teamwork permeate everything we do which will offer you an opportunity to grow not only professionally, but personally. We are uniquely positioned as having a smaller Company feel, with access to vast resources.
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Pepperidge Farm full-time (more than an year)Pros
good benefits, 8 hour shifts, always having good lunches. room for growth, people very friendly,Cons
always sharpen my skills, good training classes, much support, always challenging at time which was good.Advice to ManagementAdvice
always treat people equalRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Pepperidge Farm.Interview Details
Initial phone screen with hiring manager discussing my background, qualifications, the role and the company. Followed the next week by in person interviews with the hiring manager and 2 additional team members in a one day, 3 hour process.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
- Pretty standard behavioral questions for the role. Most unexpected (and, in my opinion, most inappropriate) questions "What did your father do for a living?" followed by "and what about mom?" View Answers (2)
Pepperidge Farm, Incorporated, based in Norwalk, Connecticut, is a leading provider of premium quality fresh bakery products, cookies, crackers, and frozen foods. Among the company’s most popular products are Milano® and Sausalito® cookies, Goldfish® crackers, frozen Puff Pastry, frozen garlic loaves and Texas toasts, and more than 50 varieties of fresh baked breads including Pepperidge Farm® Swirl, Farmhouse and Whole Grain and Ecce Panis® artisan breads. Pepperidge Farm was founded in Connecticut in 1937 by Margaret Rudkin, an entrepreneurial homemaker who began baking...