Campbell's Changes Their Soup Can Label After 50 Years!


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Campbell's has decided to change the design of their iconic soup can after 50 years. To be completely honest, you probably won't really be able to tell the difference as it still consists of the red and white color scheme, but with more of a modern twist. The main difference is the elimination of the shadow and a slightly changed font. Other changes include the word "soup" printed in a new font, along with a slanted "O" as a nod to Campbell's original label. The soup cans receiving the redesigned labels include tomato, cream of chicken, cream of mushroom and chicken noodle. The redesigned cans are currently rolling out to store shelves.

Would you have noticed the label change?

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