A machine that created quite the buzz when it started making individualized cups of coffee may now be making you lunch too.
How do you feel about a coffee machine brewing up a piping hot cup of chicken noodle soup?
Campbell Soup Co. announced Wednesday a partnership with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.--the makers of the Keurig--to bring snack-size soups to households across the country, according to a press release.
Users will be able to purchase broth K-cups, as well as packets of dried pasta, and together they'll make a hearty soup in minutes.
How does it work?
All you have to do is pour a packet of the pasta into a coffee mug, place the broth K-cup into the Keurig and brew away. In minutes, consumers will have soup.
The company said they will announce three different soup varieties sometime next year.
What do you think of this new idea? Let us know in the comments below.
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