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Ramen noodles may have some competition with Campbell’s and Keurig

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Campbell’s soup and Keurig have teamed up to make soup from a coffee maker. But don’t tune out yet; they may be on to something.

Ramen noodles are an instant classic. No pun intended. But everyone knows that quality soup comes from other brand names soups, like Campbell’s.

So here’s how it works.

Step 1. Pour an empty soup packet into a bowl and place it under the Keurig.
Step 2. Insert the Campbell’s broth cup, called the “K-Cup pod” into the Keurig.
Step 3. Stir the soup an let it stand for 2-3 minutes.

Much like Ramen, the traditional Campell’s-Keurig soup has noodles, carrots, spices, and broth.

It’s so crazy, it just might work!
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