How about some soup – straight from your coffeemaker?
Keurig Green Mountain is bringing its once popular K-cups to the soup aisle. The company has teamed up with Campbell’s to create fresh-brewed soup K-cups.
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How it works
Making the soup is a simple process. Brew the K-cup and let it drip into the packet of noodle soup you mix below. The companies say it’s a 70-calorie treat with no artificial colors or flavors. The soup will retail for $11.99 for an eight-pack of cups and packets.
“Consumers can choose Homestyle Chicken Broth & Noodle or Southwest Style Chicken Broth & Noodle,” according to News965.com.
General Mills already produces Progresso soup and Nature Valley oatmeal pouches and pods that can be brewed in a Keurig machine.
Users are encouraged to clean their machines regularly to avoid having a mash-up of tastes.