Dubbed 'The First Family of Soup', the Dorrances control the celebrated Campbell Soup fortune. In 2018, Dan Loeb, founder of Third Point Management, a shareholder in the soup company, announced his intention to oust all 12 members of the company's board due to the company's poor performance. However, Loeb was unsuccessful, and descendants of the founder remain the company’s biggest shareholders. Today only three of 11 descendants remain on the board, including siblings Bennett Dorrance and Mary Alice Dorrance Malone, who are worth $2.9 billion and $3.6 billion respectively. Their cousin Archbold Van Beuren also remains on the board, and owns 1.35% of the $14.8 billion business through his Brandywine Trust. Other heirs include Charlotte Colket Weber, who is worth $1.8 billion, and John Dorrance III, who is worth $2.7 billion. In December 2020, Forbes listed the entire Dorrance family fortune as $15 billion.