How many noodles are in Campbell's Soup? - AmericaNowNews.com

How many noodles are in Campbell's Soup?

According to information from Campbell's Soup, they claim each can of their classic chicken noodle soup contains 32 feet of egg noodles.

We decided to put that claim to the test.

Noodle by noodle, we laid every single noodle in a can of the soup end to end.

While our test wasn't exactly scientific, our noodle train only managed to stretch to 30 feet in length. Close, but not quite.

It was certainly a sight you don't see everyday, a noodle chain stretching out 30 feet long. But it's also a sight you never imagine while eating a can of the soup - that's a lot of noodles!

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