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Organic Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup | 32 oz

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Pacific Foods Light Sodium Organic Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup contains slow-roasted red peppers that have been grown in the sun and harvested at peak flavor. Ripe tomatoes, organic milk, and a warm blend of spices round out the flavor for a zesty tomato soup that tastes like summer. At Pacific Foods, we’re proud of using time-honored recipes and quality ingredients. We steer clear of additives and GMOs and always will. Our mission is to nourish every body, one meal at a time.

Ingredients:

Reduced Fat Milk*, Water, Tomato Paste*, Cane Sugar*, Red Bell Pepper*, Roasted Red Bell Pepper*, Roasted Garlic*, Butter*, Sodium Citrate, Nonfat Dry Milk*, Sea Salt, Rice Flour*, Garlic Powder*, Onion Powder*, Spices*. *Organic Contains: Milk

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Pacific Foods Light Sodium Organic Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup contains slow-roasted red peppers that have been grown in the sun and harvested at peak flavor. Ripe tomatoes, organic milk, and a warm blend of spices round out the flavor for a zesty tomato soup that tastes like summer. At Pacific Foods, we’re proud of using time-honored recipes and quality ingredients. We steer clear of additives and GMOs and always will. Our mission is to nourish every body, one meal at a time.

Ingredients:

Reduced Fat Milk*, Water, Tomato Paste*, Cane Sugar*, Red Bell Pepper*, Roasted Red Bell Pepper*, Roasted Garlic*, Butter*, Sodium Citrate, Nonfat Dry Milk*, Sea Salt, Rice Flour*, Garlic Powder*, Onion Powder*, Spices*. *Organic Contains: Milk

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