CAMPBELL’S CHUNKY Soups, Chicken Corn Chowder

Fun Facts

  1. The red Campbell’s soup label is an iconic image that consumers might associate with a feel-good meal. Before heating up your next can of Campbell’s soup, however, it pays to learn more about the nutritional value of the food. Most Campbell’s soup varieties are quite high in sodium, though certain varieties do supply good amounts of key vitamins and minerals.
  2. One primary drawback to eating Campbell’s soup is the high sodium content most of the varieties contain. Too much sodium increases your risk of heart attack and stroke. The tomato soup, for example, contains 480 milligrams of sodium per serving.
  3. One benefit that some varieties of Campbell’s soup offer is their fiber content. The Harvard School of Public Health notes that you should try to consume at least 20 grams of fiber per day to keep your digestive system healthy and to cut your risk of heart disease. A serving of bean with bacon Campbell’s soup, for example, contains 8 grams of fiber, which is 40 percent of that goal.
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