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12-Pack of 16.6oz Well Yes! Tomato Carrot Bisque EXPIRED

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Well Yes! Italian Vegetable with Farro Soup, 16.1 Ounce (Pack of 12) is $9.90 after you clip the 30% off coupon and add to SS (5+ items/15%). ($11.70 with 5% s&s)

Grabbed it last time. It's a great low-calorie soup. Love to bulk it up with ingredients, like escarole.


*Made with carefully chosen ingredients, like Great Northern beans, carrots, red peppers, zucchini and farro
*No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
*Packaged in a recyclable can with Non-BPA Lining
*100% vegan
*Crafted with care from nourishing ingredients you could find in your kitchen


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MCUM...vpc_slickd

QA Edit: Italian Vegetable is OOS, but see front page post for two other flavors for same price: Tomato Carrot Bisque and Minestrone with Kale
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FYI - the sodium content of this soup is quite high.
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FYI - the sodium content of this soup is quite high.
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Two other flavors at around same price.
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So 1 can has 1,100mg of sodium. But don't worry...it's healthy because it's vegan !!!
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To be fair, having high sodium isn't determinative of healthfulness. It seems like it has quality ingredients. Of course canned foods are going to be high sodium.
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Thanks
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Sodium content per can is about 50% of what you per day. Canned foods do not need to have high sodium or anything since canning or autoclave kills off the germs to very minimal level. Usually foods with broth such as soups tend to have high sodium content only because all sodium is going to be dissolved into the broth and consumed. This is why usually Asian are exposed to higher sodium consumption than Americans even though American foods seem to use more salts than Asians.
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FYI - the sodium content of this soup is quite high.
It's Campbell's so of course it is. I only clicked because I didn't notice the tiny Campbell's logo in the thumbnail. Ahh well.
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FYI - the sodium content of this soup is quite high.
I've noticed that practically all canned foods have sodium levels that are too high if I want to remain below 100% daily intake. It kinda sucks.
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I've noticed that practically all canned foods have sodium levels that are too high
Well that's not true at all. At least not at my grocery store. There's some stuff with literally no salt, but not a lot of mixed vegetable soup.
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I doubt this will beat Campbell's Old Fashioned Vegetable.
Ever try it over rice? YUM!
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Ever try it over rice? YUM!
Campbell's? No but I love this stuff. Got it cheap at Amazon.
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Well that's not true at all.
Close to it. But here is what I learned for me. Sodium under 1000 seems just as harmful for me as over 3k. My personal goal is to shoot between 1600 and 2200. This also helps me maintain water. Water allows me to exercise longer. When my salt levels were to low I couldn't run over a mile or lift for long.

All that being said I'd still want 2 serving under 700. Higher potassium would be nice to.
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