Nutritional Information in Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix
Knorr vegetable dry soup mix -- with a blend of carrots, onions, tomatoes, celery root, leeks, cabbage, cauliflower, green peas and potatoes -- can be eaten as a hot meal or incorporated as part of a recipe. Making this soup requires the simple addition of water. If you are looking for an appetizer, Knorr offers multiple recipe ideas for dip.
Calories, Fat and Protein per Serving
In one packet of the soup mix, there are 120 calories. There are four servings per packet, so one serving equals 30 calories. The soup contains no fat. There also is no protein per serving, so this food would not be considered a good protein choice unless you added chicken or beef to the soup.
- In one packet of the soup mix, there are 120 calories.
- There are four servings per packet, so one serving equals 30 calories.
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Eat Knorr vegetable soup mix in limited amounts if you follow a low-sodium diet for hypertension or heart disease. Each serving provides 670 milligrams of sodium, or 29 percent of the recommended daily limit for sodium. Being vegetable-based, the mix also has 6 grams of carbohydrates per serving, which equals 5 percent of the daily recommended intake of carbohydrate. In addition, a serving provides 10 percent of the daily value for vitamin A.
- Eat Knorr vegetable soup mix in limited amounts if you follow a low-sodium diet for hypertension or heart disease.
- Being vegetable-based, the mix also has 6 grams of carbohydrates per serving, which equals 5 percent of the daily recommended intake of carbohydrate.
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- Knorr Products: Recipe Classics: Vegetable
- Knorr Products: Dry Soups Vegetable
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Guidance for Industry: A Food Labeling Guide (14. Appendix F: Calculate the Percent Daily Value for the Appropriate Nutrients)
- Cleveland Clinic: Eat Right: Low-Sodium Diet Guidelines
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Stacey Phillips is a registered dietitian and nutrition writer. She has had articles and patient information handouts published in the "Renal Nutrition Forum" and the "Journal of Renal Nutrition." She holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and a Masters degree at Central Michigan University.