Keurig is finally bringing its Campbell’s Soup pods to stores, just in time for soup-sipping season. Check out the details.

 

Happy Happy, Joy Joy because Keurig is finally going to bring Campbell's Soup pods to store shelves in the Stateline.

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According to Time, Keurig first announced its partnership with Campbell’s in 2013, and is only now getting round to selling the pods for use in its coffee machines. The K-Cups are 70 calories or less and come in two flavors, Homestyle Chicken and Southwest Style.

Worried about your beverage or soup tasting like the last item dispensed from your Keurig? You should be aware that there is a slight chance your coffee could taste like soup, or vice versa. For this reason, Keurig recommends running a hot water brew cycle without a pod before and after making the soup.

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Keurig announced earlier this year that it was planning to cut 5% of its work force after sales of its signature products took a dive. This news is positive for the company and hopefully for users.

Here's today's question. Will you use Keurig Soup pods or not? Comment below.