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Does anyone know if Heinz soups are still sold in supermarkets in Montreal? I haven't seen any in years.

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  1. I know that Heinz ketchup is sold so I would think Heinz soups the condensed kind still are. The Heinz condensed Tomato soup was what I used to make myself for lunch in elementary school every day. Latch-key kid from Grade 3+ EVERY SINGLE DAY and watched Johnny Jellybean in front of the tv...C'mon someone out there don't let me look so old....

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    1. re: blondee_47

      I'm not sure of the soup, 'cause it isn't very obvious on the shelf when shopping. Tomato soup EVERY day? I had a rotation of vegetable (Campbells), chicken noodle (Campbells), and pea soup (Habitant) while watching the Flinstones (just slightly younger). Never really cared for tomato...

      1. re: porker

        Heinz tomato soup is my Mother's favourite, and it was always my task to find it; she'd use some for pasta recipes (baked macaroni!) and just plain old heart warming soup on a cold and/or dreary day.

        It is always available at Jean Coutu and often goes on sale for 3 or 4 for one dollar. I can't say if they carry other types, as I'm not looking for them.

        I'll keep an eye out for you.

        1. re: MikeyMadness

          I am sure I've seen Heinz soups at the British shop in Hudson, PQ (Clarence & Cripps).
          You could give them a call. Hudson is lovely so worth the "short" trip!

    2. You can usually find them at Dollarama. Only tomato though.

      1. Thanks for all the responses. I have the feeling they only make them( aside from the tomato) for food consessions (cafeterias).

        1. I used to loooove the chicken noodle variety when I was a kid (1990's) but I can't seem to find it for years now?!? Does anyone know where I can find it???