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[Amazon Canada] Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup - $0.50 [Add-on item]

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[Amazon Canada] Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup - $0.50 [Add-on item]

Campbell's Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup on sale for $0.50 per can. Regular price is $1.17.

https://www.amazon.ca/Campbells-Chicken ... 1914766011
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Tempting, but one can is 1817mg of salt, which is 75% of daily recommendation... Too bad the Less Sodium version isn't on sale.
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It's only 66% of daily sodium in one can!!!

But for a campbells soup $0.50 is also the cheapest I've seen in recent years in grocery stores. Maybe only cheaper on the rare times you get no frills (?) 2 for 88 cents.

Edit: Nevermind it's actually 284ml so sodium is more lol...
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Ghiness wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 1:29 pm
It's only 66% of daily sodium in one can!!!

But for a campbells soup $0.50 is also the cheapest I've seen in recent years in grocery stores. Maybe only cheaper on the rare times you get no frills (?) 2 for 88 cents.
Each can is 284mL, so if 125mL is 33%, then 284mL would be 75%. Their nutrition fact label confuscation game is on point! lol
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Jon Lai wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 1:52 pm
These are condensed soups, you're supposed to mix it 1:1 with water.
Yea, but you're still consuming the whole can if you mix it into a 568mL final soup. Which is about normal for an adult (ie one water bottle of soup).
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Ghiness wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 1:29 pm
It's only 66% of daily sodium in one can!!!

But for a campbells soup $0.50 is also the cheapest I've seen in recent years in grocery stores. Maybe only cheaper on the rare times you get no frills (?) 2 for 88 cents.

Edit: Nevermind it's actually 284ml so sodium is more lol...
Walmart had Alymers condensed soups for $0.37 a can during this past Christmas season and I taste no difference to Campbell's condensed soups.

I can't justify paying $0.50 a can when I know condensed soups can be bought much cheaper on the best sales. But I'm tempted to order some to see if Amazon is still going full retard and shipping each can in a separate box.
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So is there any soup with all that sodium?
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I see the Top 4 Campbells soups at 2/$1 fairly regularly. They are that price at Zehrs in the current flyer.
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engineered wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 1:57 pm
Yea, but you're still consuming the whole can if you mix it into a 568mL final soup. Which is about normal for an adult (ie one water bottle of soup).
Mmmm Mmmm... Nothing beats a nice refreshing bottle of soup on a hot summer's day!

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engineered wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 1:57 pm
Yea, but you're still consuming the whole can if you mix it into a 568mL final soup. Which is about normal for an adult (ie one water bottle of soup).
Then go 2:1 water to soup ratio. Add some hot pepper flakes to it and enjoy.
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Same price at loblaws in ottawa, check flyers for your area. (for standard: chicken noodle, vegetable, etc..)

2 cans for $1 Expiry date on cans of Jan 2021 origin of manufacture USA (not old stock)

You can also price match the flyer at walmart if you want to.

The last time i ordered canned goods online in the winter they arrived frozen (which ruined the contents), given that the delivery trucks that were used were not heated.
So now i usually pick up canned goods in person in the winter just to avoid the hassle of having to return them.
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CanKon wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 2:46 pm
Then go 2:1 water to soup ratio.
Assuming you're eating the whole thing, you're still consuming all the sodium.
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So I can get free shipping if I buy 70 cans?
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CanKon wrote:
Mar 19th, 2019 2:46 pm
Then go 2:1 water to soup ratio. Add some hot pepper flakes to it and enjoy.
If you're using the whole can, then it's still the same amount of salt, just diluted in water.

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