Hearty Minestrone Soup

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vegan, gluten free, dairy free, egg free, nut free, wheat free
500.00 Grams
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Traditional Italian farmer’s soup with veggies, leafy greens & beans cooked in tomato juice & vegetable stock


Silverbeet, carrot, zucchini, onion, celery, potato, cauliflower leaves, green beans, cannellini beans [cannellini beans, water, salt, ascorbic acid (E330)], borlotti beans [borlotti beans, water, salt, ascorbic acid (E330), calcium chloride (509)], crushed tomato [tomatoes, tomato juice, acidity regulator (330)], olive oil, vegetable stock [marine salt, rice flour, palm shortening (non-hydrogenated), sugar, yeast extract, dehydrated vegetables (onion, celery, garlic, spinach, bayleaf), vegetable flavours], cultured dextrose, water.

Please note that while every care is made to prevent gluten in our product, we are ultimately not a 100% gluten free environment.

Nutritional information

  Per Serving (500ml)Per 100g
Energy 949.072 kJ
225.97 Cal
189.814 kJ
45.19 Cal
Protein 8.301 g 1.66 g
Fat, Total 8.243 g 1.649 g
- Saturated 1.318 g 0.264 g
Carbohydrate 27.503 g 5.501 g
- Sugars 6.481 g 1.296 g
Sodium 493.248 mg 98.65 mg

All specified values are averages only.

Heating instructions

Ready to heat & serve.

Microwave: remove lid & microwave on high for 4 mins.

Stove: pour into saucepan & gently heat for 5 mins. Stir occasionally.

Storage instructions

Refrigerate below 4°C. Consume within 24 hours of opening.

Freeze for up to 3 months. If frozen, thaw in refrigerator for 24 hours before consuming.

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  • 5
    Hearty Minestrone Soup

    Posted by Chrissie on 5 Feb 2021

    Delicious with lots of variety of vegetables, a hearty filling soup.

  • 5
    Delicious and Satisfying

    Posted by Unknown on 19 Nov 2015

    Great blend of vegetables and tastes fantastic!

  • 5
    Wish I had more

    Posted by Tee on 18 May 2015

    This was perfect. Had it for lunch and adored it.

  • 5
    Could eat everyday

    Posted by Mark Sims on 19 Feb 2013

    I could eat this soup every day