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Campbell’s Debuts Single-Serve Pods To Brew Soup, Not Coffee

Campbell’s Debuts Single-Serve Pods To Brew Soup, Not Coffee
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The snack consists of a single-serving of broth that can be poured over a packet of dried noodles and vegetables.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 september 2013

Campbell’s Soup is planning to launch a line of K-cups that can be made with Green Mountain’s popular Keurig machines. Geared towards young professionals on the go, the snack includes a single-serving of broth that can be poured over a packet of dried noodles and vegetables.

Campbell’s Debuts Single-Serve Pods To Brew Soup, Not Coffee

TIME.com reports that the new one-minute meal, which will be available next year, will come in three varieties including Chicken Broth & Noodle. Green Mountain’s Keurig machine has a self-cleaning brewing process that cleanses the system, so there’s no need to worry about making soup and causing the flavor to mix into a cup of coffee you have later.

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