KEY POINTS
  • CEO of Campbell Soup Mark Clouse said on Wednesday that despite his company's mixed earnings report, products continue to sell and condensed soup is profitable, especially with millennial consumers.
  • Campbell also owns several well-known food and snack lines, including Pepperidge Farm, Snyder's of Hanover, Lance, V8 and Prego.

CEO of Campbell Soup Mark Clouse told CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday that despite his company's mixed earnings report, he is confident that Campbell's condensed products — especially the brand's staples like chicken noodle and tomato — are timelessly profitable.

Clouse said Campbell's soup sales have been better than before the pandemic, especially among millennial clientele, many of whom are getting older and starting families. Even as more people start to dine outside the home post-Covid regulations, Clouse said demand for condensed canned soup remains strong.