Keurig Unveils Campell Soup K-Cup

Keurig Unveils Campell Soup K-Cup
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The next time you brew something using a K-Cup pod, no one will say you’re crazy when you exclaim, “Mmmm…soup!” No, you are not imagining things. Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. and Campbell Soup Company have teamed up to make it possible for Keurig’s Hot brewers to brew soup aside from coffee. The new Campbell soup K-Cup pods actually allows anyone to enjoy a nice cup of soup practically anytime, anywhere!

Campbell Soup Marketing Director for Innovation Michael Goodman believes the company’s new partnership with Keurig is just perfect. He explains, “We know more than 80 percent of people who buy Keurig pods also buy Campbell’s soup, so bringing together two products people love in one handy kit is a winning idea.”


The good news is that there are two comforting flavors to choose from, both of which have been developed by Campbell without any artificial colors or flavors. There’s the Homestyle Chicken Broth and Noodle Soup Mix that features chicken broth with carrots, spices and noodles. Meanwhile, there is also the Southwest Style Chicken Broth and Noodle Soup Mix which has red peppers, roasted corn, cumin and chili powder added in.

Brewing soup from your Keurig K-Cup brewer is easier than you may think. First, go ahead and empty the Campbell packet contents into a mug. Once that’s done, you just have to insert your Campbell soup pod into Keurig’s K-Cup pod, press the 8 oz. “BREW” button to start brewing some soup. Afterwards, you just have to wait around two to three minutes for the noodles to soften before being able to enjoy your freshly brewed soup!

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The Campbell’s Fresh-Brewed Soup Kits are sold in 8-count boxes with each kit having one noodle packet and one broth K-Cup pod. If you want to get some Campbell soup K-Cup pods now, just head on to the Keurig website. You can also buy them on as well as in grocery and club stores.

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