Progresso Soup is not only the first soup that you think of when you want to eat soup, it is also a staple in the pantry of every home.
The History of Progresso
Over 100 years ago, the business now known as Progresso Foods started. A young Sicilian, Vincent Taormina, first imported foods from Italy to meet the need for high-quality ingredients familiar to Italian-Americans.
As more family members became involved and importing grew both in volume and locations, the business merged in 1927 to become the Progresso Italian Food Corporation and the Progresso label was born.
Our story is about quality:
We craft all our soups, broths and foods from authentic recipes using only the highest quality ingredients. We are dedicated to make better soup better for you. We believe that food should be delicious and there is no reason that delicious food can't fit within your diet. At Progresso, we love great food. It's been our passion for more thatn 50 years.
In addition to the 75 great flavors of Progresso soup, there are now 4 great tasting Progresso soups that have 28% less of your daily fiber intake per serving (7 grams) and have no added MSG or artificial flavors.
The new varieties include:
Creamy Tomato Basil
Hearty Vegetable & Noodles
I received the Homestyle Minestrone soup, soup spoons, and really cute soup bowls with the Progresso name on both the soup spoons and bowls.
I am really picky about my soups, and I loved the Progresso Homestyle Minestrone soup was delicious, it was hearty, full of vegetables, penne noodles, and the spices were perfect. I cooked it on the stovetop. I would buy this soup and recommend to my friends.
-The soup was nice and hearty, it didn't taste as though I was eating fiber. It had plenty of vegetables, and noodles in it yet wasn't over done with too many veggies.
I liked the taste of it.
- The first ingredients listed on the can are: water, tomato paste, carrots, celery, kidney beans, potatoes, green beans, soluble corn, fiber, peas, and enriched penne pasta.
There wasn't enough. Which isn't really true, it was filling, yet it was good enough that I wanted another bowl;}
One Ma21cuteboy reader will win a can of Progresso Homestyle Minestrone soup, two soup spoons, and two generous soup bowls with the Progresso name on both the spoons and soup bowls.
How to enter:
Leave a comment here and tell me what Progresso soup is your favorite and how you like to eat it ie.crackers, grilled cheese, upside down, through a straw.
This giveaway will end on January 6, 2010
Winner will be chosen the old fashion way. GOOD LUCK!
Thank you to Progresso and My Blog Spark.
I was given the Progresso soup, soup spoons, soup bowl, information, and prize pack from Progresso through My Blog Spark.
The opinions expressed in this post are my own, I was in no way paid for my review of the Progresso soup, spoons, and bowls.