Hack The Kitchen Header
Campbell’s congratulates our Hack The Kitchen Champions.
In early 2013, Campbell Soup Company challenged developers to create a new app that would help America decide: What’s for dinner? From many great ideas, thirty Semi-Finalists were given 19 days to bring their ideas to life using the Campbell’s Kitchen API.
Six were selected as Finalists to present their working apps to our Judges at Google Headquarters in NYC, where our 1st Place Champion was chosen.
Hack the Kitchen Winners
Food Mood answers the question, “What’s for dinner?” in a completely unique way. There are plenty of recipe services that sort results based on ingredients or popularity. This one uses Campbell’s recipe API to add an important dimension to the process: finding recipes based on a person’s mood.
Created by: Pollinate Inc.
Hack the Kitchen Winners

Hack the Kitchen Winners Hack the Kitchen Winners
by Cheftacular

Hack the Kitchen Winners

Hack the Kitchen Judges
Mike Senackerib
Mike Senackerib
Campbell Chief Marketing Officer, Senior Vice President
Mike joined Campbell as Chief Marketing Officer in 2012 with a proven track record in marketing and leading brands like Hertz, Kraft and Nabisco.

As leader of Campbell’s Marketing Center of Excellence, Mike works with marketing leaders in to help drive functional excellence. He oversees Global Advertising, Design, Media, Digital Marketing, Marketing Excellence, and the Corporate Strategy group.

Mike earned his B.A. degree in government and law from Lafayette College and his M.B.A. degree, with a focus on marketing, from Columbia University.

Chris Pirillo
Chris Pirillo
Founder of LockerGnome Inc.
Chris Pirillo is a passionate and widely known personality in the tech community.

He’s worked in the content publishing industry since 1996, when he launched LockerGnome. He is a widely known technology vlogger and the former host of Call for Help on TechTV.

A master of content development, community building and social media strategy, Chris is known for his entrepreneurial spirit and helping to drive business forward. His approachability, undeniable spirit, and candor have drawn hundreds of thousands of persons to follow him and his recommendations.

Rachel Sanders
Rachel Sanders
Associate Food Editor of BuzzFeed Food
Rachel helped launch BuzzFeed's Food section in October 2012, and has been responsible for creating much of its delicious and shareable content.

Rachel joined BuzzFeed after two years at Bon Appétit magazine as the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief. She contributed to the print edition and bonappetit.com, and helped manage the magazine's social media presence. She is a graduate of Brown University.

Hack the Kitchen Updates
Hack the Kitchen Thanks
Campbells Kitchen Campbells Twitter Campbells Pinterest Campbells Facebook