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The story of Progresso began in the late 1800s in the small Sicilian village of Salemi, where young Giuseppe Uddo grew up surrounded by the authentic flavors and traditions of classic Italian cooking. In 1907, Giuseppe and his wife emigrated from Italy to New Orleans where they began selling high-quality, authentic Italian foods and soups under the name Progresso. Today, more than 100 years after Giuseppe Uddo’s first journey to America, Progresso keeps finding new ways to deliver quality meals that match the unique needs of individuals and families.
Our soups feature quality ingredients such as white meat chicken, thick cut vegetables, and tender pasta that are all simmered in rich, savory broths.
*except that which occurs naturally in yeast extract and hydrolyzed vegetable proteins
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this soup was thin and watery and tasted funny....and as always with progresso soup shipments the cans were dented bad ...and the price was very expensive for 6 cans of soup .... Read morePublished 16 days ago by the man
This is terrific soup. Happily, having Amazon Prime means I can afford to have cans of soup shipped - what a godsend, as I am housebound.Published 2 months ago by Conceptor
I used to eat corn/chicken chowder at a little Chinese restaurant that sadly closed down too soon. But I've never been able to find a canned version of corn/chicken chowder that... Read morePublished on March 3, 2013 by gbsb
Good for a change in the gluten free diet. I love corn, so this is a tasty choice. Do cook it on a stove top though - microwaved, it's lacking in texture and the flavor isn't as... Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by anonymous
I love this chowder soup. It has such good smooth flavor. Lots of chunks of chicken. Wish there was a little more corn, but I often add a little more corn to it. Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by History buff