CAMDEN — It’s not unusual for a food company to donate food and work toward the elimination of hunger in cities where it has a presence. Obesity, which suggests food excess, is another matter. Campbell Soup Co. is launching an ambitious program that seeks to do both and then some.

“Obesity and hunger can live in the same person,” said Kim Fortunato, director of childhood obesity and hunger relief for the world’s largest soup maker. “A lot of obese kids are hungry and malnourished.”

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