Canned Soup


Canned soup can be condensed, in which case it is prepared by adding water (or sometimes milk) or it can be “ready-to-eat”, meaning that no additional liquid is needed before eating. Condensed soup (invented in 1897 by John T. Dorrance, a chemist with the Campbell Soup Company) allows soup to be packaged into a smaller can and sold at a lower price than other canned soups.

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Bar Harbor – New England Crab & Lobster Bisque (284ml), Bar Harbor – New England Lobster Bisque (284ml), Bar Harbor – Fish Stock (398ml), Bar Harbor – Seafood Stock (398ml), Baxter’s – Carrot & Coriander (400g), Baxters – French Onion Soup (400g), Baxter’s – Spicy Parsnip (400g), St. Jean’s – Clam Chowder (284ml), St. Jean’s – Oyster Soup (284ml Can)