Must-Try Store Made Soups

Must-Try Store Made Soups

October is the perfect time to warm up to a bowl of soup made with fresh ingredients. Here at Commisso’s, we take pride in our delicious store made soups. Not only do our soups keep you hydrated and full, but they also give your immune system a boost. Our store made soups are made fresh in house, with no additives or preservatives and are low in sodium. Loaded with disease-fighting nutrients, soups can help you combat cold and flu season when you need it the most. Which of our homemade soups will you be trying first?

MINESTRONE SOUP

This hearty vegetarian soup is packed with vegetables, spinach and sturdy greens, keeping you full throughout the day or making the perfect dinner. Our minestrone soup is gluten free and packed with nutrients and fibre to deliver you a meal full of delicious (and nutritious) ingredients. 

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

It’s that time of the year for butternut squash, and what better way to use butternut squash than in a soup? Our butternut squash soup is made with velvety smooth local butternut squash with a hint of maple syrup. Did you know that butternut squash is also packed with antioxidants? A must-try soup, especially for Fall! 

CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP

Our chicken vegetable soup is made with clean (no pump) chicken bones. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also low sodium and gluten free! Our chicken vegetable soup is the perfect solution to make sure your kids’ eat their veggies in a colourful mix of nutritious ingredients that happen to taste amazing together! 

BEANS AND GREENS SOUP

Our beans and greens soup is loaded with fresh greens, is high in fibre and is gluten free! Our greens and beans soup is the perfect solution to ensure you’re getting your daily dose of greens in just one meal! This soup has it all; not only is it nutritious, but it’s comforting and will warm you up on the coldest of days! 

Buy any two of our 750ml soups and get the third for FREE of equal or lesser value! Warm up this fall season with Commisso’s store made soup today.

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