Top marks given to soup made in Scunthorpe by leading dietitian
The range of Glorious Soups which are made in Scunthorpe.
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 17 Jan 2018
A soup invented by food boffins in Scunthorpe and produced in the town has been given 10 out 10 ratings by one of the UK's leading dietitians.
Helen Bond was invited by The Daily Mail yesterday (January 16) to assess 10 popular supermarket soups.
Among the samples was Glorious! Super Greens Primavera which is made by TSC Foods on Scunthorpe's Queensway industrial estate.
Primavera was the only soup to to receive maximum marks.
Helen discovered the taste was fresh and mostly pea and subtle mint and recommended it served with wholegrain crusty bread and a small slice of cheese as an almost perfect light lunch.
The dietitian said the Scunthorpe soup made with peas, leeks, broad beans, brown rice, buckwheat and quinoa was a good source of fibre and provided more protein than a boiled egg.
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