CNG17173

Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton

Microwavable - Chicken Noodle - 14 oz - 12 / Carton

Reg. Price $59.99

Our Price $50.93 Per Carton

Quantity In Stock!
Offers an easy way to prepare a healthy meal for the on-the-go lifestyle
Brimming with quality ingredients including tender chunks of chicken, herbs and spices
Convenient, microwavable container
Chicken Noodle
12 / Carton
  • Additional Info
SKU
CNG17173
Manufacturer
ConAgra Foods, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
17173
Brand Name
Healthy Choice
Product Type
Soup
Packaged Quantity
12 / Pack
Features
Microwavable
Recycled
No

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Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton
 
2.6

(based on 19 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (6)

32%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great soup, very healthy

I love your chicken noodle soup. It's my favorite and I eat it nearly every day. My only request is that you vent the bottom side of the container. Everytime I microwave it,...Read complete review

I love your chicken noodle soup. It's my favorite and I eat it nearly every day. My only request is that you vent the bottom side of the container. Everytime I microwave it, it jumps all over and occasionally spills! I would suggest some kind of foot or castellation on the bottom. I definately recommend this and the other Healthy Choice soups to my friends and coworkers.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Love it but scared when microwaving.

I really love all the flavors of these soups but when I microwave them it sounds like the soup is jumping. I thought maybe its my microwave's dish that was out of place but...Read complete review

I really love all the flavors of these soups but when I microwave them it sounds like the soup is jumping. I thought maybe its my microwave's dish that was out of place but it wasn't. Then I used a different microwave at work, it did the same thing. Now I'm scared it might explored or catch on fire. Sucks because I loved how convenient it was to heat up in a microwave.

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1.0

Unfortunate packaging

By Anita

from Denver

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

The handle broke when I tried to take the top off. I tried two can openers on the rest of it, but neither of them worked. I also am not a big fan of the taste or of how filling it is. I will try the ham and bean in the future and may just forgo the microwaveable packaging.

 
1.0

Bland with a synthetic aftertaste

By SupportLocalSoup

from Boston, MA

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

At best, this soup is palatable. It's surprising that it can have such a lack of flavor and yet such a metallic and chemical aftertaste. Not particularly satisfying hunger-wise and the taste lingers for over an hour.

 
2.0

Metal lid doesn't work

By Mike

from Colorado Springs, CO

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

I can't seem to open the pull tab metal top without splattering liquid all over everything. Today I had soup all over my desk, floor and pants. Soup tastes great and heating works fine - it's just the tension on the metal lid that makes this too difficult to open at work.

 
1.0

Tastes okay, but ruins microwave

By Mary M

from San Francisco

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

After about 60 seconds in the microwave (I've tried in 3 or 4 different microwaves), the soup will explode. You can micromanage it by pausing the microwave, letting it cool a little, then running it for another 5-10 seconds and repeating, but it's annoying and usually your soup doesn't end up very hot. It's ridiculous that they don't have a better way to package it.

 
3.0

Love it but scared when microwaving.

By Mary

from California

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

I really love all the flavors of these soups but when I microwave them it sounds like the soup is jumping. I thought maybe its my microwave's dish that was out of place but it wasn't. Then I used a different microwave at work, it did the same thing. Now I'm scared it might explored or catch on fire. Sucks because I loved how convenient it was to heat up in a microwave.

 
2.0

Not much taste

By BluegrassBoy

from Louisville, KY

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

I would not recommend this as I thought it was very bland.

 
4.0

Loved it!

By Val

from Mexico

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

This was my first time trying a microwave soup and I have to say I had the best experience! I loved the taste and the best part was it wasn't salty at all. Chicken and veggies are great too.

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN SELECTING A FROZEN MEAL?:
  • Low Calorie/healthy
  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 25 to 34
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Female
 
2.0

Asprin-ish Aftertaste

By Chocomuffn

from Jamaica

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

I liked low salt and the constituency of the soup. There was some chicken but it tasted like an add in. not cooked in broth.

I did not like the after taste which was metalic or asprinish. I wonder if this is from the metal rim which was not removable and so I microwaved it.

A good idea but execution needs improvement

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN SELECTING A FROZEN MEAL?:
  • Low Calorie/healthy
  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 35 - 44
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Female
 
3.0

Messy and void of chicken

By Skydiver2242

from Dublin, Ohio

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

It explodes every time in the micro making a mess, and I'd like to know why they call it "Chicken" noodle. Where's the "Chicken"?!!

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN SELECTING A FROZEN MEAL?:
  • Low Calorie/healthy
  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 65 or older
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Male
 
3.0

Lid pops off in microwave

By Kara

from laguna beach, ca

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup - 12 per carton:

The soup is good; however, the lid pops off after 30 seconds and I've got a huge splattering of soup in my clean microwave. Please fix your product packaging.

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN SELECTING A FROZEN MEAL?:
  • Low Calorie/healthy
  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 35 - 44
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Female

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