Happy Yak Chicken and Orzo Soup (Lactose Free)

C$8.95

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Freeze-dried chicken, corn, vegetables and orzo pasta are featured in this tasty soup. Perfect for cold dreary weather when you want something warm, fast, and satisfying. Go ahead and indulge yourself with this delicious soup! Enjoy this soup anytime, eve...Read more

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Freeze-dried chicken, corn, vegetables and orzo pasta are featured in this tasty soup. Perfect for cold dreary weather when you want something warm, fast, and satisfying. Go ahead and indulge yourself with this delicious soup! Enjoy this soup anytime, even if you’re feeling under the weather!

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This comforting soup is perfect in a thermos at lunchtime. A bowl of hot chicken orzo soup served with a whole grain bun is your new best friend. Easy to prepare in the morning, you’ll be ready to pursue your afternoon activities with gusto and pleasure!

DID YOU KNOW

Orzo is the Italian word for “barley”, also known as “risoni.” It is a tiny rice-shaped pasta. In the past, it was made from barley, but today orzo is made from wheat semolina. It can be found in the pasta section where it is often confused with risotto. This beautiful tiny pasta is often added to soups and many other dishes.

Ideally, consume within 3 years from the date of manufacture.

Weight for 1 portion envelope : 85 g

Weight for 2 portions envelope : 170 g

INGREDIENTS: Pasta, Tomato Broth [tomato powder, dehydrated onions, corn maltodextrin, glucose solids, yeast extract, chicken meat, hydrolysed soy protein, corn flour, modified corn starch, salt, sugar, chicken fat, potato starch, spices, onion powder, corn fiber, citric acid, artificial flavour], Freeze-Dried Chicken, Dehydrated Red Kidney Beans, Freeze-Dried vegetables (green pea, carrot), Herbs, Garlic Powder.

CONTAINS: Wheat.

MADE IN A FACTORY WHERE THERE ARE: Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Milk, Shrimp, Soy.

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