Heinz Chicken Noodle Soup 400G

Heinz Chicken Noodle Soup 400G
£ 0.95


Per 1/2 can (200g)
  • Energy275kJ 64kcal
  • Fat0.6g
  • Saturates0.1g
  • Sugars2.3g
  • Salt1.2g

of the reference intake*
Typical values per 100g: Energy 138kJ

Product Description

  • Chicken Noodle Soup.
  • Enjoy the delicious taste of Heinz Classic Chicken Noodle soup. Made to our own special recipe, with a blend of the finest ingredients to create a delicious soup that remains a family favourite. Fresh off the hob in a steaming bowl bursting with flavour, serve with warm crusty bread and a sprig of coriander. Why not try some of our other Classics recipes? The original and best, loved for generations…it has to be Heinz.
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  • Good to know.
  • Low fat.
  • 128 Calories per can.
  • Pack size: 400g
  • Low fat



Water, Noodles (10%, Water, Durum Wheat Semolina, Egg White), Modified Cornflour, Chicken (2%), Sweetcorn (2%), Onions, Red Peppers, Cornflour, Sugar, Flavourings (contain Celery, Celeriac), Concentrated Poultry Stock (Turkey, Chicken), Salt, Yeast Extract, Herb Extracts, Garlic Salt, Spice Extract, Herb, Colour - Beta-Carotene

Allergy Information

  • Contains: Celery, Eggs, Wheat


Put unused soup in a suitable container in the fridge. Eat within 2 days.Best before end - see can end.

Cooking Instructions

Instructions: HOB: Heat gently in a pan.

Produce of

Made in England

Number of uses

Servings per can - 2


  • Free From Artificial Colours
  • Free From Artificial Preservatives

Recycling info

Can. Metal - Widely Recycled

Name and address

  • H.J. Heinz Foods UK Ltd.,
  • Hayes,
  • Middx.,
  • UB4 8AL.

Return to

  • H.J. Heinz Foods UK Ltd.,
  • Hayes,
  • Middx.,
  • UB4 8AL.
  • UK Careline 0800 5285757 (ROI 1800 995311)
  • heinz.co.uk

Net Contents

400g ℮


Typical ValuesPer 100gPer 1/2 can%RI*
Energy 138kJ275kJ
Fat 0.3g0.6g1%
- of which saturates 0.1g0.1g1%
Carbohydrate 6.1g12.1g5%
- of which sugars 1.2g2.3g3%
Fibre 0.2g0.3g
Protein 1.3g2.7g5%
Salt 0.6g1.2g21%
*RI per serving---
Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000kcal)---

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2 Reviews

Average of 1.5 stars

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sweetcorn eyak

2 stars

they have ruined this soup by putting sweetcorn in it eyak

Thick, Noodley, Water.

1 stars

I need to say up front, I really like chicken noodle soup. I've made it from scratch as an adult and I even loved the dried, packet stuff when I was poorly as a kid. I purchased this product because I thought it'd be both more convenient and better quality than the packet stuff. And, it is indeed, as you'd expect, more convenient to open a tin, lash the contents into a pan and heat it up than it is to heat and rehydrate a packet of dried soup. As for quality however, boy, was I wrong! I suspect that whoever is responsible for developing this recipe was aiming for a chicken noodle/chicken and sweetcorn soup combo. They missed the target. In fact, they missed the barn the target was in. The list of ingredients on the can differs quite drastically from the bowl of soup in front of me. 2% chicken and 2% sweetcorn? In my dreams! While there is a sufficiency of sweetcorn kernels, I have counted a total of three, MINUSCULE, pieces of chicken. And the flavour of the soup itself brings new meaning to the word, "bland." Whoever was responsible for the marketing blurb on the side of the can, "A comforting bowlful of soup, deliciously moreish and hits the spot right when you need it." has either never been in the same room as a bowl of this soup or has a wicked sense of humour. Personally, I'm having difficulty adequately expressing my disappointment that there are 5 more cans of this thick, noodley, water in my larder.


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