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Campbell’s Chunky Soup Can Help You Stay Warm During Those Cold Winter Days

Updated on September 16, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

Of All of The Numerous Home-Cooking

ideas, and there are many, that can help one to not only cope with, but enjoy those cold, sharp days of winter and even help you enjoy the season. No. I did not make a grammatical-error. My idea of enjoying Campbell’s Chunky Soup is arguably, the most-sensible way if you are like me, a non-winter person, whose bones ache in those sharp winter winds, but know that at the end of the day, I can take a can of Campbell’s Chunky Soup, stick it into my microwave and in minutes, I can relaxing and enjoying every spoonful of soup that happens to be my favorite soup.

This American soup icon, Campbell Soups, began in 1869 by Joseph A. Campbell, a fruit merchant from Bridgeton, N.J., and Abraham Anderson, an icebox manufacturer from South Jersey.They produced canned tomatoes, vegetables, jellies, soups, and minced meats. In 1876, Anderson left the partnership and the company became the "Joseph A. Campbell Preserve Company.” Anderson's son, Campbell Speelman, went their separate ways with his father and continued to work at Campbell's as a creative director, originally designing the Campbell's Soup Cans. The motto: “Mmmm, good,” started in 1869 and still is used in 2019.

Campbell Soup grew to one of the largest food companies in the world under the leadership of William Beverly Murphy. He was elected executive vice president in 1949 and was President and CEO from 1953 to 1972. He took the Campbell’s Soups public and increased its brand portfolio to include Pepperidge Farm's breads, cookies, and crackers, Franco-American's gravies and pastas, V8 vegetable juices, Swanson broths, and Godiva's chocolates. David Johnson was President and CEO from 1990 until 1997. Murphy followed the age-old principle of working hard produces good products.

A lot of Campbell’s Soup fans all ask just how many various soups are there that is made by this highly-prestigious company? The answer, do not get shocked, SEVEN. That is right. Seven different soups that can be made to cream to solid soup. But everyone has their own favorite like I do, and my favorite soup is Campbell’s Chunky Soup.

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You May Wonder Why

I am so crazy about Campbell’s Chunky Soup, and I am ready to answer. Campbell’s Chunky Soup is more than delicious with every can that I buy, which is a lot, because I have found that keeping my cabinets stocked with Campbell’s Chunky Soup makes sense. I never know when my grandchildren and even our relatives might drop in and have a meal with my wife and me. But it is all great when it comes to eating Campbell’s Chunky Soup and there are more flavors that you would believe. But like I just said, it is all great. If you do not believe me, go right out and buy yourself a can of Campbell’s Chunky Soup today.

I can tell you that in all honesty, you will have only ONE problem when choosing (a) favorite flavor of Campbell’s Chunky Soup . . .simply because there are so many delicious flavors to choose from. And if you will look below, you can select the flavor that you will like and I ask that if you want to save money on Campbell’s Chunky Soup, then log onto Amazon and I promise that you will be treated with respect and people at Amazon who know how to treat their customers: Professionally, and everyone at Amazon is trained to be genuine, nice to customers, and know how to save money on the products that they are buying, plus Amazon has FREE shipping on this Campbell’s Chunky Soup, so you win either way. You do not have to go to the market, burn gas, and so on. All you have to is log onto Amazon, and I want to help you by sharing how to get into Amazon.

How to Find Your Amazon Public Profile Link:

  1. This will take you to “Your account” page. ...

  2. Within the Personalization section, click on the link “Your Public Profile” which is under the “Community” category.

  3. Copy (Ctrl + C on Windows or Cmd + C on OS X) the URL shown on the top of the browser page.

And there you are—ready to shop from Amazon, and check all of the delicious flavors of Campbell’s Chunky Soup.

On a Personal Note:

the overall reason why I love Campbell's Chunky Soap, I have to admit, is a bit selfish. Where I live is in the mid-south, northwest Alabama to be exact, and when winter time hits, it hits. From early November through early February it sometimes snows with ice and rain, we get freezing rain and sharp cold winds that will slice you into when you venture outside.

But there is a reason why we have more auto fender-benders that almost than anyone I can think of. Southerners do not know how to drive in the snow and ice (like the residents in the north and northwest) so when they hit the ice, they get scared and one thing leads to another and those bumpers bend until they stop.

Me? I like to stay inside our home when winter comes in. My wife and I always have Campbell's Chunky Soup, or maybe sometimes one of the many delicious samples that Campbell's Soup have offered to everyone for many years. And the tradition of fine soup is stronger than ever.

We couldn't be more glad with this fact.

© 2019 Kenneth Avery

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    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      4 weeks ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, Sally,

      and thank you so much for stopping by. I sure wish that I had made a lot of tasty soup for YOU and all who came by. You are correct in your comments, Campbell's about being iconic, because this fits their description perfectly.

      I grew up enjoying Cam;bell's and today I am old. But we will not get into that.

      Thanks again, Sally and may you have a peaceful day.

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      Sally Gulbrandsen 

      4 weeks ago from Norfolk

      This iconic brand of soup is a firm favorite even in the UK. Campbells have a fantastic website which gives some fabulous recipes for Pasta Bake and Meatballs among their many recipes and all of them include Campbells Soup! I would head over there if you want to make your cold winters even more interesting and nourishing.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      4 weeks ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, Wesman, wow, what a fine comment you left! You and I agree on everything about SOUPS. When my wife goes out of town to visit her family, guess who gets into the kitchen, gets a soup pan, and wa-la, a meal is born. I love that Bacon Bits and Small Potato Bites . .. without crackers and you mentioned Clam Chowder, LOVE IT with crackers and sweet tea.

      And when Winter hits, we hit the stores and stock up.

      Thank you my friend, for the warm words and write me anytime.

      Wesman, have a great day.

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      4 weeks ago from Kaufman, Texas

      I do buy that stuff. I can cook pretty well, but there are times when one would rather not cook, and just do something from a can which only requires you heat it.

      I tend to prefer the 'Progresso' brand cans, simply because they are larger cans. And at WalMart there are off brands which can be had for $1.

      I had heard of split pea soup, for instance, and recently got a $1 can of off brand split pea soup ....and I thought it was PRETTY DANG GOOD!.

      So I'll buy that again.

      New England Clam Chowder is one of my favorite soups. I've not been able to tell that one canned brand is any better than others. They're all pretty comparable, and so I go for the cheapest one. Love that stuff.

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