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Make springtime sweeter with Marie Callender's
Creativity is in the air this spring when you customize Marie Callender's pies with a personal touch. Discover ideas for dressing up your favorite cream pies for the season, and for creating all-new desserts, from Key Lime Pie Cannoli to Chocolate Pie Churros!
Discover the all-natural difference of Hunt's
At Hunt's, we've been doing tomatoes our own way for more than 100 years: growing them under the warm sun in some of the most fertile soil on earth, and letting them ripen right on the vine. And we preserve that goodness by peeling our diced, whole, and stewed tomatoes with FlashSteam®, instead of with chemicals that some other companies use—which means every time you serve Hunt's, you're serving 100% natural tomatoes.
Banquet : Serving up more of what you love
Banquet is serving up more of the wholesome food you have come to count on—with new side items, heartier portions, and better ingredients. On the menu: pot pies served up in a flaky, made-from-scratch crust; mac and cheese made with real cheese; fluffy mashed potatoes made with real cream; entrées made with 100% natural chicken breast; and more. That means when you're serving Banquet, you're getting even more value from the food you love.
"Choose to Lose": A little bit really can go a long way
Calorie and portion control aren't just part of the process when we make the food you love. That's how ConAgra Foods® employees reached a major milestone, losing more than 10,000 pounds since our "Choose to Lose" program started. The wellness program was launched in 2009 to help employees and their spouses and partners reach a healthier body weight using portion control and calorie balance, principles that are also key in our product innovation process. Let's hear it for our families who got healthy in 2014!
Serving up quality since 1948
It was a simpler time when Marie Callender started serving up her signature dishes—beloved classics with made-from-scratch touches that drew loved ones in.
After almost 70 years, Marie Callender's® still believes in the power of a good meal to nurture everyone at the table. That's why we stay committed to using wholesome, high-quality ingredients, from our premium cuts of meat to the hand-stretched lattice crust on our apple pies.
And that may be why, after that first pie and coffee shop opened its doors, Marie Callender's still creates legendary meals that folks love to take time to savor.
"You can always depend on Hunt's."
For generations, California farmers have tended the fields, cultivating the most delicious tomatoes for Hunt's — just ask Jason Polder. "I'm following in the footsteps of my father, who followed in the footsteps of his father," says Polder, who for years has harvested tomatoes for Hunt's diced, stewed and whole varieties.
Polder farms tomatoes in sunny Oakdale, Ca. With at least eight hours of sunlight each day on the plants, it's the perfect climate to raise tomatoes for optimal sweetness. Each season, the tomatoes are picked at the peak of ripeness and delivered to the cannery in a matter of hours. So you get 100% natural flavor, with no artificial preservatives.
Fighting child hunger is something we all can agree on
Thank you for joining Kid President’s campaign to fight child hunger in America! Thanks to your views and shares of this video, ConAgra now has met its goal of donating the monetary equivalent of 100,000 meals to Feeding America.1
But we still need your help in the fight. Child hunger affects nearly every county in every state in America. More than 1 in 5 children and more than 1 in 4 Latino children2 in the U.S. may not know where their next meal is coming from. That's more than 15 million children! To continue the effort, visit www.ChildHungerEndsHere.com for more ways to fight child hunger in your area.
1 For every view or share of this Kid President video, ConAgra donated .09 cents, the cost for Feeding America® to provide one meal through its network of local food banks. Maximum donation of 100,000 meals ($9,000). Valid in U.S. only.
2 Household Food Security in the United States in 2014, ERR-194, USDA, Economic Research Service (Sept. 2015)
Thank you for helping us reach our goal
Thanks to your support, Marie Callender's Comforts from Home project has reached its goal of donating $300,000 for USO Operation Celebration™, which brings the comforts of home to US troops. Consumers entered more than 600,000 online codes from specially marked packages of Marie Callender's meals and desserts, which will help bring celebrations large and small to our troops stationed here and abroad.
Making connections to make a difference
Hunger in America hides in plain sight in urban, suburban and rural communities across the country. In fact, 17.4 million U.S. households struggled with hunger at some time during 2014.1 While hunger is a complex issue, there are solutions at the national and local level that can help to effectively close the gaps in need. One key solution is volunteering. We know you want to make a meaningful difference, but may not know where to find the right information for you. With that in mind, ConAgra Foods Foundation has partnered with six leading hunger-fighting organizations to lead a national call to action for volunteerism.
We are proud to announce Hunger Volunteer Connection, an initiative designed to connect people to opportunities, and organizations to tools that help them engage more volunteers. Through a new online tool at www.HungerVolunteerConnection.org, volunteers can discover new opportunities to leverage their time, talent and voice in the fight against hunger, and hunger-fighting organizations can access resources to enhance volunteer engagement programs. The goal is to provide 500,000 service hours in the hunger space by September 2018, with at least half of those hours focused on activities that go beyond the food drive! Join us today and help us make hunger a thing of the past.
1 Household Food Security in the United States in 2014, ERR-194, USDA, Economic Research Service (Sept. 2015)