Keurig is finally bringing its Campbell’s Soup pods to stores, just in time for soup-sipping season.
The company first announced its partnership with Campbell’s in 2013, and is only now getting round to selling the pods for use in its coffee machines. The K-Cups are 70 calories or less and come in two flavors, Homestyle Chicken and Southwest Style.
There is a slight chance your coffee could taste like soup, or vice versa, so Keurig recommends running a hot water brew cycle without a pod before and after making the soup.
Keurig announced earlier this year that it was planning to cut 5% of its work force after sales of its signature products took a dive.
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