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The story of Campbell Soup began more than 140 years ago when Joseph Campbell, a fruit merchant, and Abraham Anderson, an icebox maker, formed the Joseph Campbell Preserve Company in Camden, New Jersey producing and selling canned fruits and vegetable preserves. It wasn’t until 1897 that the concept of condensed soup was born. Condensed soup revolutionized how North Americans could easily and quickly feed their families with affordable, delicious and nourishing soup. Soon the Company expanded to 21 kinds of condensed soups, all of which sold for 10 cents a can. On November 28, 1930, the wholesome, convenient goodness of the famous “red and white label” finally came to Canada. Nine months later in New Toronto, just north of Lake Ontario, Campbell’s Toronto Plant opened its doors and quite literally fired-up the kettles! Some can still remember the early days, when the start of tomato soup production season marked the town with “help needed” notices written on the sidewalks of Lakeshore Boulevard in chalk. Campbell came to rely on our community a great deal, and many generations of families since have continued to contribute to Campbell’s success. 80 years later, we’re still here in the original building, stronger and as committed as ever to providing Extraordinary, Authentic Nourishment For All.

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September 25, 2021

More Beautiful, Colorful Dahlias

Beautiful, colorful dahlias continue to bloom at my Bedford, New York farm.

Dahlias begin to bloom with great profusion just as other plants pass their prime, and they last right up until the first frost. This year, my all-dahlia garden was planted in a large bed behind my vegetable greenhouse. We planted the garden in June and through the summer, we all watched its progression. We have flowers ranging from small to giant dinner-plate size in all different colors and shades - many from Swan Island Dahlias in Oregon, from Floret in the State of Washington, and from The Flower Hat, a flower farm based in Bozeman, Montana.

Here are more of the gorgeous flowers in bloom right now, enjoy.

September 24, 2021

Planting Bur Oak Trees

My Bedford, New York farm continues to transform with the planting of many beautiful and interesting trees.

Trees are very important to our environment - they help combat climate change, provide habitat and food for birds and other animals, and release oxygen for us to live. Yesterday, my crew planted a group of bur oak trees, Quercus macrocarpa - two rows along the outsides of the boxwood allee, one on the left and one on the right. They will grow so nicely here, and provide beautiful texture and shade when mature.

Here are some photos.

September 23, 2021

Baling the Second Cut of Hay

My horses are already enjoying some of the newly baled hay.

Hay is a harvested plant that’s dried and cured after being cut in the field. In most cases, hay is cut during the late bud or early bloom stage to maximize its nutritional value. This week, my outdoor grounds crew cut, tedded, raked, and then baled the hay from one of my three fields. This second cut of the season is greener, more dense, and filled with lots of protein - my horses love it.

Enjoy these photos and the short video at the end.

 

And here is a short video showing how the machine picks up the hay, bales it, and then throws it into the wagon.