Kitchen logic: How Campbell’s CEO, a former Army pilot, wants to breathe fresh life into soup

Mark Clouse calls it kitchen logic. "If I see ingredients in a product that exist in my kitchen then I feel pretty good about it. I can pronounce them. I recognize them. I understand what they are."

Can Campbell make soup hot again, as cultural icons from another era search for a fresh future?

Campbell, and others like General Mills, and Kraft Heinz, are trying to find their place in a new world where consumers aren't as thrilled about processed food as they were decades ago.

Can Campbell make soup hot again, as cultural icons from another era search for a fresh future?

Campbell, and others like General Mills, and Kraft Heinz, are trying to find their place in a new world where consumers aren't as thrilled about processed food as they were decades ago.

Hugs, prayers, and therapy dogs: Pleasantville High tries to cope with shooting

Students, parents, and community leaders attended an impromptu vigil Saturday afternoon outside Pleasantville High School to pray and hug and help each other through another bloody weekend in a trigger-happy America.

Hugs, prayers, and therapy dogs: Pleasantville High tries to cope with shooting

Students, parents, and community leaders attended an impromptu vigil Saturday afternoon outside Pleasantville High School to pray and hug and help each other through another bloody weekend in a trigger-happy America.

Six men arrested in connection with shooting at high school football playoff game, one of them also a victim

"The vicarious trauma that will be placed upon the students that were at that game will be untold. That should be criminal enough," said Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner.

Six men arrested in connection with shooting at high school football playoff game, one of them also a victim

"The vicarious trauma that will be placed upon the students that were at that game will be untold. That should be criminal enough," said Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner.
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Winds were gusting past 30 mph Saturday morning and were due were due to crest on Sunday, with gusts of perhaps up to 50 mph, the National Weather Service said.

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Rowan University receives $10 million gift to pay for scholarships, career development

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New Jersey lawmakers advance e-cigarette flavor ban

New Jersey lawmakers have advanced a proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy wants to eliminate mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent offenders

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Thursday pressed the Legislature to enact criminal justice reforms recommended by a state commission.

Happy ending for N.J. mom who had heart valve replaced while pregnant

Baby Denver was delivered by C-section, weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces.

Former Camden bishop who investigated sex abuse accused of sex abuse

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New Jersey official charged in the premature euthanization of more than 300 cats and dogs

The animal cruelty and misconduct charges stem from an investigation launched in August 2018.

New Atlantic City mayor orders police force to street he called ‘Zombie City’

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Former South Jersey police chief faces second trial on hate-crime assault charges

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Camden County elections officials certify results in Camden school board race

The Camden County Election Board certified results Wednesday in last week's hotly contested Camden school board election, the first in the city since a 2013 state takeover of the public schools.

New Jersey man is charged with killing his mother in her home and abandoning body in his car

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