NEW YORK -- For the second time since late August, Campbell's Soup Co., Camden, N.J., made a major announcement at an arts venue, introducing its remodeled classic tomato soup Oct. 6 at a gallery in SoHo here. Aug. 26, the news was a change in label design, announced at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. The new soups are Ready to Serve versions of the 102-year-old condensed canned tomato soup, which debuted in 1897 as the first convenience food. The new products, available nationwide in ...

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