Sep 10, 2015 7:05 PM by News Staff
Two years after announcing their partnership, Campbell Soup Co. and Keurig Green Mountain are rolling out k-cup pods that'll allow consumers to make a cup of Campbell's soup in their Keurig machine.
First, users empty a dried noodle packet into a mug or bowl, then insert the k-cup soup mix into the Keurig. The broth then steams over the noodles.
There is a slight chance your coffee could taste like soup, or your soup could take like coffee, so the companies recommend running a hot water brew cycle without a pod before and after making the soup.
The new soups are currently only available through Keurig directly, but will soon be launched on Amazon.com.
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