Heinz Squeeze And Stir up for review

More and more of us are living life on the go and the lovely people over at Heinz have come up with the next generation of cup soups called Heinz Squeeze and Stir. It’s a puree rather than those awful traditional dry powder soups and it really is as easy as the name suggests – squeeze, add boiling water, stir and enjoy!

The new range are packed full of flavour and goodness. There are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, is low in fat and unlike other instant soups it actually provides one of your five-a-day. It comes in a really handy lightweight sachet that you could easily pop into your bag or even your pocket. They are available in four flavours – Cream of Tomato, Minestrone, Mediterranean Vegetable and Cream of Tomato with Basil. All of which passed my taste test πŸ˜‰

Heinz Squeeze and Stir soups are available in all major retailers from the end of July with an RRP of 59p per sachet.

*For the purpose of this review I was very kindly sent some samples of soup to try along with a snazzy mug but all opinions expressed here are of course my own.
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