Campbell's has a dizzying array of soups in their Select Harvest line with a lot of traditional soups, but my interest was piqued by Campbell's Select Harvest Teriyaki Chicken Noodle Soup. Wondering what that might entail, I decided to see how they managed this "Asian fusion soup".
I associate Teriyaki with sweetness, but instead, the base of this soup had more of a pleasant soy sauce taste. Reading the ingredient list, I found tomato puree, but I couldn't taste it in the soup. The chicken chunks were fairly large and flavorful on the outside, but when I bit into them I found a drier texture. I really liked all the cut pieces of noodle, and the vegetable array in this soup was quite extensive with baby corn, carrots, spinach, and more. This really is a grown up, sexyfied version of Campbell's Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup.
A 1-cup serving of Campbell's Select Harvest Teriyaki Chicken Noodle Soup has 110 calories and 1.5 grams of fat, including 0.5 gram of saturated fat. There are 10 milligrams of cholesterol and 480 milligrams of sodium (20% DV) per serving. There are 16 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of which is dietary fiber, and 7 grams of protein. The soup also notably provides 20% DV vitamin A.
I paid $1.25 for an 18.6 ounce can of this soup at Kroger while it was on sale, but it normally sells for $2.89. Even for a low sodium, healthy soup, this soup has a lot of salt, providing more than 40% of the DV if you consume the whole can. However, I did find the combination of chicken, noodles, and veggies to be hearty and perfect for a cold day.