Some ready-to-eat soups are “souped up” with salt.
By Belinda Castles
Research & test writer
A ready-made soup is a no-fuss winter lunch or dinner. You get the comfort of a steaming bowl without any chopping, whizzing or waiting, and there’s a flavour to tickle every tastebud. But don’t be fooled by soup’s healthy image. Some products deliver an extra serving of sodium and saturated fat.
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