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Batchelors Cup a Soup - Tomato

(Code: BATCUPSOUTOM)

Product Description

Just add hot water to Batchelors Cup a Soup to make a delicious cup of soup. You can also make a mug of soup, a bowl of soup and a small tureen of soup by emptying each of the four sachets into different types of crockery. However you serve it, this classic tomato soup is rich, red and super-easy to prepare.

Information

Ingredients

Tomatoes (52%), Water, Onion, Sugar, Potato Starch, Glucose Syrup, Vegetable Oils (Palm, Sunflower), Salt, Cream (Milk), Whey (Milk), Yeast Extract (contains Barley), Flavourings, Acid (Citric Acid), Colours (Beetroot Red, Carotenes), Emulsifier (Mono- and Diacetyltartaric Acid Esters of Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids), Black Pepper Extract

Allergy Information

  • May also contain celery and soya. For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Storage

For Best Before End date, see top of pack. Store in a cool, dry place.

Preparation and Usage

  • Empty a sachet into a cup
  • Add 230ml of boiling water
  • Stir well, wait a few moments
  • Sit back and enjoy...

Number of uses

This pack contains 4 portions in individual sachets

Additives

  • Free From Artificial Colours
  • Free From Artificial Preservatives

Warnings

  • Do not use if inner sachet is open or torn.

Recycling info

Carton-Recyclable. Sachet-Not currently recyclable

Name and address

  • Freepost Premier Foods.
  • Premier Foods ROI,
  • PO Box No 13008,
  • Dublin 1,
  • Ireland.

Net Contents

93g e

Nutrition

Typical ValuesPer 100g As PreparedPer Portion (253g) As Prepared
Energy149kJ/35kcal377kJ/89kcal
Fat0.9g2.3g
of which Saturates0.5g1.3g
Carbohydrate6.1g15.4g
of which Sugars3.4g8.6g
Fibre<0.5g1.0g
Protein0.5g1.3g
Salt0.47g1.19g
This pack contains 4 portions--
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