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Campbell's Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, 540ml - $1.00/ea

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[Amazon.ca] Campbell's Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, 540ml - $1.00/ea

Amazon currently has the Campbell's Classic Chicken Noodle soups on for $1 a can.

Free Prime delivery.
Limit of 6 per customer.

https://www.amazon.ca/Campbells-Classic ... B00HKKKHFG
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This week no frills flyers has campbell's ready to serve soup for $1. Stocked up some clam chowder, vegetable beef and mushroom soup
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lurker99 wrote: This week flyers has campbell's ready to serve soup for $1. Stocked up some clam chowder, vegetable beef and mushroom soup
Which flyer?
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The price may be good, but these canned soups have always been a disappointment for me. You'd get 1-2 pieces of chicken in the entire can and the rest just tastes like cheap noodles and artificial broth.
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Badder wrote: The price may be good, but these canned soups have always been a disappointment for me. You'd get 1-2 pieces of chicken in the entire can and the rest just tastes like cheap noodles and artificial broth.
I disagree.
This my favorite soup.
Much better than Tim Horton's or St-Hubert.
The noodles are always "Al dente"
The broth tastes like real chicken.
A matter of taste, I guess.
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So I just put my order through for my soups at 2:30 PM. As of 5 PM it's already been shipped and expected delivery is tomorrow.
When did Amazon shipping become to fast?
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BobSagget wrote: So I just put my order through for my soups at 2:30 PM. As of 5 PM it's already been shipped and expected delivery is tomorrow.
When did Amazon shipping become to fast?
It's been like that for years, no?
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Spinner wrote: It's been like that for years, no?
No for months now it's been pretty slow to ship. I can't even remember the last time I ordered something and it shipped within 3 hours. Probably never.

They've gotten faster though over the past couple weeks (at least where I am)
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Temporel wrote: I disagree.
This my favorite soup.
Much better than Tim Horton's or St-Hubert.
The noodles are always "Al dente"
The broth tastes like real chicken.
A matter of taste, I guess.
Are you talking about Tim Horton Chicken soup at the store or in can? Haven't tried the can version but read it doesn't taste like instore. Time Horton Chicken soup In store I find is good and better than Campbell can
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Dynasty12345 wrote: Are you talking about Tim Horton Chicken soup at the store or in can? Haven't tried the can version but read it doesn't taste like instore. Time Horton Chicken soup In store I find is good and better than Campbell can
All cans, of course. It's compared to Campbell's canned soup.
Tim Hortons canned soup is way too salted.
And Campbell's Classic chicken noodle soup "light" version is also to be avoided because it's not salted enough.
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We're only 9 meals from anarchy. I'm now 66.67% prepared for SHTF. Thanks OP.
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Thanks. Bought 2 cans
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Lush78 wrote: Thanks. Bought 2 cans
Because I already have lots of other soup in my pantry not being eaten. But this will be nice if I'm feeling under the weather
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Temporel wrote: Sorry to read that.
Covid?
No, feeling fine... This may sit for many months. Maybe a cold winter's day. Any other questions?
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Dynasty12345 wrote: Are you talking about Tim Horton Chicken soup at the store or in can? Haven't tried the can version but read it doesn't taste like instore. Time Horton Chicken soup In store I find is good and better than Campbell can
The store product likely doesn’t taste the same as in the “restaurant” as the restaurant product is powdered…Not to deter you from enjoying it but that was the case when I worked there briefly many moons ago. Unless they started trucking in vats of soup I imagine it’s still powdered. I could share many things about Timmys lol
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jbone14 wrote: The store product likely doesn’t taste the same as in the “restaurant” as the restaurant product is powdered…Not to deter you from enjoying it but that was the case when I worked there briefly many moons ago. Unless they started trucking in vats of soup I imagine it’s still powdered. I could share many things about Timmys lol
I figured it's chicken base powered. Do share how it's made, I'm curious and wonder if the chicken base can be purchased in a grocery store to make at home.

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