Would you like to try an organic, Kosher, cholesterol free, low fat soup similar to chicken noodle soup? This associated content article is my review of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup, a vegetarian ‘chicken’ noodle soup. Amy’s Kitchen also offers many other vegetarian soups as well as other vegetarian products like frozen entrees.
Review of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup : Packaging Recyclability
A 14.1 oz (400g) can of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup was purchased at Giant for $2.59. Packaging of this vegan soup is a typical soup can. It’s about the size of a Campbell’s condensed soup can but this Amy’s soup is not condensed. My curbside recycling takes metal soup cans like this. As stated in my other associated content articles, package recyclability is something I consider to be important when purchasing products.
Review of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup : Vegetarian, Organic, Kosher, and Allergy info
This Amy’s product is organic, dairy free, vegetarian, vegan, and contains no GMO ingredients. This vegetarian soup is organic and carries the Kosher K Pareve symbol. This vegetarian brand does not use peanuts, eggs, fish, shellfish, poultry, or other meat. There are no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, or added MSG.
Amy’s Kitchen products are made in a facility that uses “dairy, tree nuts, and seeds”. Wheat and soy are in the ingredients. Dairy and tree nuts are not. The full ingredient list can be found on the Amy’s Kitchen website. Easy to read, organic, all natural ingredients make it easy to decide if Amy’s brand products are for you.
Review of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup : Vegetarian Soup Nutrition
Amy’s brand vegetarian No Chicken Noodle Soup is only 100 calories for a 245g serving. 30 calories are from fat. There’s 3g total fat and 0g saturated fat and 0g trans fat.
There’s 0mg of cholesterol and 540mg / 23% of sodium. There is 13g of total carbohydrate including 2g of fiber and 3g of sugar. There is 5g of protein, 30% of vitamin A, 10% of vitamin C, 2% of Calcium, and 4% of Iron in this vegetarian ‘chicken’ noodle soup. Percents are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Review of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup : Taste
After pouring it into a microwave safe container, this vegan soup can be cooked in the microwave. There is no need to add water. I microwaved it for about 2 minutes. I’d like to try it with fresh Italian parsley or a celery leaf as pictured in the serving suggestion. Vegetables in this vegetarian soup include organic carrots and organic celery. There are also soft organic semolina flour noodles and organic tofu. This soup reminded me of Campbell’s condensed Chicken Noodle Soup, but with a milder, less salty flavor.
I liked Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup as a kid and was pleased to find that Amy’s Kitchen offered low fat vegetarian No Chicken Noodle Soup. I prefer Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup for many reasons. I like the taste and that this microwavable vegan soup is organic and contains no GMOs. This product has clear information on the package for people with food allergies. If you’re looking for a healthier, Kosher, or vegetarian version of chicken noodle soup, try the Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup described in this associated content article. It’s a great choice if you prefer something vegan, organic, or require something free of peanuts, eggs, fish, shellfish, or other meat. I would buy it again and would like to try more Amy’s brand vegetarian soups.
Product packaging of Amy’s No Chicken Noodle Soup
My local curbside recycling’s list of acceptable items