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Leading plant-based brand Gardein is set to launch a range of meat-flavored vegan soups this Summer, according to VegNews.

The line-up, which features five flavors, will include a plant-based version of classic chicken noodle soup – called Chick’n Noodl’ Soup.

The other options include Saus’ge Gumbo Soup, Minestrone & Saus’ge Soup, Be’f & Vegetable Soup, and Chick’n & Rice Soup.

Vegan chicken noodle soup

According to Gardein, its Chick’n Noodl’ Soup contains 200 calories per can, as well as 13g of protein.

Describing the flavor, Gardein says: “Inspired by everyone’s favorite sick-day savior, it’s chicken noodle soup – gone vegan. Cozy up to a bowl of plump noodl’s, carrots, celery, and tender chunks of plant-based chick’n.”

Garden plant-based soup

The Saus’ge Gumbo Soup, which contains 10g of protein per 210 calorie can features ‘slices of tender plant-based saus’ge, white rice, okra, celery, red bell peppers, and Cajun spice’.

The Chick’n & Rice Soup, which contains 11g of protein per 190 calorie can features ‘chunks of plant-based chick’n, white rice, wild rice, and thick-cut carrots and celery in a blend of classic spices.

With 14g of protein per can, the Minestrone & Saus’ge Soup packs in 240 calories, and features thick slices of plant-based Italian saus’ge, noodl’s, chickpeas, green beans, and kidney beans.

The highest protein option is The Be’f & Vegetable Soup, with 15g per 230 calorie can, and a classic recipe featuring carrots, potatoes, and peas alongside plant-based be’f chunks.

Gardein’s store and online locator for the soups can be found online here and will be updated once the products are available to purchase.

Maria Chiorando

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