Bennett Dorrance is the billionaire heir to the Campbell Soup fortune. He is the grandson of company founder and condensed soup inventor John T. Dorrance. Bennett has sat on the company's board since 1989. Today he owns 15% of outstanding shares. Campbell Soup is the world's largest soup maker with 2012 revenues of $7.7 billion and owns other familiar brands such as Pace (salsa), V8 (vegetable juice), Pepperidge Farm (cookies, Goldfish), and Swanson (broth). Dorrance is the co-founder and managing director of DMB Associates, an Arizona real estate development firm that specializes in planned communities. He also sits on the board of Insight Enterprise, an Arizona based IT consulting firms. He lives near Phoenix, AZ. With a reported net worth of $1.7 billion, Forbes put him at #292 on the list of wealthiest Americans.