Find out how many calories are in tomato soup

Soup is an incredibly popular food all over the world, with tomato soup being one of the most favored flavors, but how many calories are in tomato soup? This page is a simple, yet thorough guide to tomato soup calories and nutrition facts, explaining whether it is good for you, and why.

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Calories in tomato soup

Let's start off by going over tomato soup calories, as that is likely to be the main reason that you have landed on this page. There are a huge array of different brands around the world that produce their own tomato soup and we have endeavored to use some of the most popular examples of these. So how many calories does tomato soup have in it? Let's see:

Average brand condense tomato soup, canned

  • A 303 g can of condensed tomato soup has 182 cal.
  • 1/2 a cup of condensed tomato soup (121 g) has 73 cal.
  • 100 g of condensed tomato soup has 60 cal.
  • 1 oz of condensed tomato soup has 17 cal.

Campbell's select harvest tomato and basil soup

  • A 245 g cup has 81 cal.
  • 100 g has 33 cal.
  • 1 oz has 9 cal.

Campbell's healthy request tomato soup

  • 1/2 a cup (121 g) has 91 cal.
  • 100 g has 73 cal.
  • 1 oz has 20 cal.

Subway tomato and rotini soup

  • A 10 fl oz bowl has 90 cal.
  • 100 ml has 30 cal.

Applebee's tomato and basil soup

  • A regular bowl serving has 260 cal.

Panera bread tomato soup with croutons

  • 100 g contains 104 cal.
  • 1 oz contains 30 cal.

Average all brands dry tomato mix

  • A 1.4 oz packet has 127 cal.
  • 100 g has 325 cal.
  • 1 oz has 92 cal.

We hope that this information has been able to clearly highlight the calories tomato soup contains. To find out all about the nutritional values of tomato soup, please continue reading the next section.

Is tomato soup good for you?

So is tomato soup good for you? Well it is no coincidence then when people are ill that they tend to drink soup. It is something that has a wide range of nutrients in, and is also easily digestible. It has a decent amount of vitamin C, iron and copper and it is not particularly high in calories either, as well as containing very little saturated fat and no cholesterol. The only negative aspects are the fact that it is high in sodium, and also quite high in sugar.

On the whole though tomato soup is definitely something that is good for you, and you would do well to include it, or other nutritious soups, in your diet.

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