★★★★★ A Wickedly Prime Chicken Noodle Soup review will not answer these 6 questions. Get the truth from people who own a Wickedly Prime Chicken Noodle Soup, including the fact that it won’t…
This report about the Wickedly Prime Chicken Noodle Soup answers these questions
 How much protein?
 Must be some darh good soup at this price?
 How long can it be stored before use?
 Why are some of you referring to the “chicken” in this soup – there is no chicken in the ingredients list.
 What is the sodium content?
 Always a question I have about todays “fast foods” = for what purpose does food industry use soy in everything?
 QUESTION: HOW MUCH PROTEIN?
• Nutritional facts are as pictured… squash soup has 2g protein per serving, which is half of a box.
 QUESTION: MUST BE SOME DARN GOOD SOUP AT THIS PRICE?
• This is good soup. Not sure where you live but the price is good compared to the price of chicken noodle soup at stores where I live.
• Almost good. Not much flavor
• It is pretty good. It seems like they made a good effort to use quality ingredients.
 QUESTION: HOW LONG CAN IT BE STORED BEFORE USE?
• I go by the expiration date on each container of soup. I have 3 months until that date to use the soup.
• Boxes have expiration date…. Mine have an expiration date of 08/24/2018. PS It’s very good with a dollop of sour cream and shredded cheese.
#Wickedly Prime Chicken Noodle Soup
 QUESTION: WHY ARE SOME OF YOU REFERRING TO THE “CHICKEN” IN THIS SOUP – THERE IS NO CHICKEN IN THE INGREDIENTS LIST.
• Look at the flavor of the review all of the flavors of the soups are under the same reviews
 QUESTION: WHAT IS THE SODIUM CONTENT?
• 730 mg per 1 cup serving
• I have tried the black bean soup and the sodium is fairly high. Your better off looking for the low or reduced sodium soups
 QUESTION: ALWAYS A QUESTION I HAVE ABOUT TODAYS “FAST FOODS” = FOR WHAT PURPOSE DOES FOOD INDUSTRY USE SOY IN EVERYTHING?
• Probably for the same reason that it was discovered to use cotton husks for Crisco….money for them…
• “soy” is used to make soy sauce which is listed as an ingredient…prolly for flavoring?
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