CNG17171

Soup Cup

Microwavable - Country Vegetable - 14 oz - 12 / Carton

Reg. Price $69.09

Our Price $54.22 Per Carton

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Offers an easy way to prepare a healthy meal for the on-the-go lifestyle
Brimming with quality vegetables in a delicious tomato broth
Convenient, microwavable container
Country Vegetable
12 / Carton
  • Additional Info
SKU
CNG17171
Manufacturer
ConAgra Foods, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
17171
Brand Name
Healthy Choice
Product Type
Soup
Packaged Quantity
12 / Pack
Features
Microwavable
Weight (Approximate)
14 oz
Recycled
No

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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Healthy ChoiceSoup Cup
 
3.9

(based on 37 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (6)

70%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

So yummy!

Though I'm usually quite a stickler when it comes to avoiding packaged food, I have to say that this soup is super delicious. It's honestly what made being vegan while living in a dorm...Read complete review

Though I'm usually quite a stickler when it comes to avoiding packaged food, I have to say that this soup is super delicious. It's honestly what made being vegan while living in a dorm room not only possible, but enjoyable! Thanks for giving me a yummy, filling, and healthy alternative to those TV dinners!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

GREAT TASTE, WAY TOO MUCH SODIUM, SO DISAPPOINTED!

DON'T BE FOOLED BY LABELING. I CERTAINLY WAS!. One would assume that a microwave sized container of soup would be a single serving. At least that's what I thought until someone pointed out...Read complete review

DON'T BE FOOLED BY LABELING. I CERTAINLY WAS!. One would assume that a microwave sized container of soup would be a single serving. At least that's what I thought until someone pointed out that the serving size for this bowl is about two. All this time I was thinking I was making a lower sodium choice at 480 mg, but I now understand that this small bowl of soup contains just under 960 mg of sodium. I will not purchase anymore Healthy Choice soups. I will continue to enjoy some of the Frozen Meals, since the ones I like are below 500 mg for the entire meal. (At least I think they are)

Reviewed by 37 customers

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5.0

Great peoduct. Tasty , healthy !

By Lore

from Miami

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

Ita very tasty, healthy and convintent! I consumer it at least 5 a week at work and at home

 
1.0

Metal Taste

By Dedra

from Ohio

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

The healthy foundation and convenience of this product is great! I have tried the Country Vegetable and Chicken and Rice. Unfortunatley, I have a experienced a very pronounced metal taste. I can't seem to get it out of my mouth, it's very unpleasant!

 
5.0

Absolutely the best vegetable soup ever!

By Kathy

from Douglasville, GA

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

I love this soup and eat it several times a week! It is the best vegetable soup on the market! It is an easy way to get your veggies each day!

 
2.0

Generally good, but horrible aftertaste

By Demi

from Georgia

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

This was my first time trying this soup. Initially, it was tasty and satisfying. But almost immediately, I tasted a horrible chemical flavor that lingered for a while. I had to brush my teeth to clear the taste. Perhaps this was just a bad batch, but I can't bear to try it again.

 
5.0

Delicious but Cholesterol?

By Catholicism777

from Salem, Oregon

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

This Vegetable soup tastes absolutely amazing! That said however, why is there Cholesterol in this product when there is NO animal source(s) listed in the ingredients?

You can ONLY get Cholesterol from animal sources. This part confuses me & I really wish the Healthy Choice staff would respond to this frequent question....

 
1.0

No Flavor Lately

By Sam

from Panama City, FL

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

This has been one of my favorite soups, and is a go-to lunch choice at least 3 days a week at work for a few years now. Normally the veggies are tasty, with a good variety, and the broth has just enough zest to it to make it deliciously flavorful. However, 2 out of the last 3 containers I bought were disappointing at best, and had no flavor at all. I thought the first was a fluke, as the second was fine, but today another watery, bland one. Please, Healthy Choice - if this is a recipe change, then change it back! I can't keep throwing away my lunch (and money)! As it stands now, I cannot recommend, nor continue to purchase, this product.

 
5.0

Great soup Country vegetable

By tmus

from Florida

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

This is the best soup I have ever eaten. Our local supermarket has it for around $3 a can but I can no longer afford that because i'm on disability.

  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 55 to 64

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Tasty and feels like freshly made soup!

By April

from Unknown

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

I have been enjoying the Country Vegetable soup for few months now and I really love it. The taste is great and the vegetables have a fresh taste.

 
2.0

Funny metallic taste

By Photobingham

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

I was eating the chicken noodle soup and noticed I started having a metallic taste in my mouth. Is this because it was microwaved and theirs some metal on the rim of the cup. Very disturbing.

  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 35 - 44
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Female
 
1.0

Used to Love it, now I Hate it

By Audrey

from Bend, OR

Comments about Healthy Choice Soup Cup:

This used to be one of my favorite soups. It had amazing flavor. It was quick and easy to make so I ate this at work every day for many months. Recently, for some reason, this flavor in particular has had NO TASTE. This has happend three times in the last month. The first time I thought something was wrong with my taste buds but I had my coworkers try it and we were all disgusted. The broth tastes blander than water and the vegetables have zero taste as well. Something is definitely wrong here.

  • WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN SELECTING A FROZEN MEAL?:
  • Great taste/flavor
  • WHAT IS YOUR AGE?:
  • 25 - 34
  • WHAT IS YOUR GENDER?:
  • Female

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