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Campbell Canada president resigns

Philip Donne has been recognized for contributions to grocery and marketing industry

Philip Donne will be stepping down from his role as president of Campbell Company of Canada as of July 31.

According to a representative from Campbell, Donne is taking a career pause to focus on family and friends while he considers new opportunities.

READ: Philip Donne of Campbell’s receives marketing award

Donne has served as president for more than 12 years. During his career he's also held senior level marketing positions at General Mills and Coca-Cola and spent more than 15 years at Kellogg Co. in Canada, Italy and France.. He's made numerous contributions to the food industry, and has been consistently recognized for his efforts.

Last May Donne was given the Association of Canadian Advertisers gold medal – an award presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of marketing communications in Canada. In 2011 he was awarded the Canadian grocery industry's coveted Golden Pencil Award.


Campbell has initiated a search to fill the role.

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