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Country Garden Vegetable Soup

Green Giant Launches New Soup Range

The new Green Giant soups take only minutes to prepare and are the perfect lunchtime meal for a new year and a new you.

Each handy, single serve pouch contains less than 130 calories and being packed full of vegetables means your lunchtime/supper serving will count as one of your five portions of fruit and veg.

The soups are also low in fat and saturated fat (the bad one), high in fibre and free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

The range is available in three hearty variants – Country Garden Vegetable, Vine Ripened Tomato and Farm Harvest Mushroom – with each recipe carefully crafted to bring back memories of home-made soup. So, get ready to put your feet up and enjoy a positive pause at lunchtime.

Country Garden Vegetable is a wholesome soup packed full of chunky vegetables – eight in fact – including sweet corn, carrots, peas and green beans. Kidney beans have also been added to give extra heartiness to the soup. A healthier option to comfort food, perfect for warming you up on a chilly day!

Vine Ripened Tomato soup is crammed full of carefully selected tomatoes, ripened on the vine – which gives the soup its brilliant, natural red colour. Aromatic herbs have been added to complement the rich tomato flavour. A satisfying, tasty soup that’s designed to give you a lunchtime lift!

Farm Harvest Mushroom soup has a wonderful home-made appearance and a delicate balance of mushroom flavours and gorgeous aromas. A soothing and reviving soup to add a bit of luxury to even the dullest of days!

The soups take just 2½ minutes to heat through in the microwave plus a minute standing time or 3-4 minutes on the hob. The pouch contains just the right quantity for a light, yet satisfying lunch.

Available in Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s, with more retailer launch dates to come.
MRRP: £1.25 per pouch


Notes to editor:

*Health professionals recommend consuming five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, as part of a healthy, balanced diet and active lifestyle.

Source: Department of Health: Five A Day Campaign.

Despite high levels of awareness of the need to eat more fruit and vegetables most adults only still eat, on average, 3 portions a day.

Source: Food Standards Agency, 2002. National Diet and Nutrition Survey: Adults aged 19-64, Volume 1. The Stationery Office, London.

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Richmond Towers Communications
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020 7388 7421

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