Healthier reformulations may turn up the heat on simmering soup sales. Better-for-you ingredients steeped in lower-sodium broths are enhancing the canned category's low-cost, low-calorie appeal. Converging economic pressures — including higher product input prices and lower food budgets — may also spur sales, industry observers note. “Consumers are less likely to indulge themselves when they've got tighter budgets, so staple food products like soup for home consumption may see an uptick,” ...

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