The New Keurig and Campbell's K-Cup Makes Single Soup Cups Like Coffee

By: Ady Floyd - Sep 14, 2015
References: bloomberg & eater
Keurig partnered with Campbell's to create these unique soup cups that are made with a single-serve Keurig machine. While many single-serve coffee brews, teas and cocktails exist in this form, these tiny soup cups are a creative new meal idea.

By combining the simplicity of K-Cups with the desirable flavors from Campbell's, this new dish provides consumers with a quick snack or meal. It will save time for preparation as well as reduce food waste. The handy cups are available in a home-styled chicken noodle soup and a southern-styled chicken noodle soup. Each cup contains 70 calories with no artificial flavors or colors.

While the partnership between these global brands began in 2013, this is the first time these cups will be released for consumer purchase. Each pack will be loaded with 12 convenient cups.