Campbell Soup has announced that, effective Feb. 1, 2020, Carlos Abrams-Rivera, president of Campbell Snacks, will leave the company to accept a role at another corporation. Campbell has launched a search for a successor. Abrams-Rivera will continue to lead the Snacks division through the end of the company’s fiscal second quarter. At that time, Mark Clouse, president and CEO, will lead the Snacks division until a new leader is in place.

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