Influenster Random Review: Imagine Foods Organic Soups & Broths.

Hey, You! How’s it going?

About 6 weeks ago, I was sent complimentary soup and broth from #Influenster. At first, I had no idea what I would be receiving in my #VoxBox. I just know that it was heavy in the mail.



To my surprise, I received two full-sized cartons. One with soup and the other with chicken broth.

Honestly, I had never heard of this brand until then and it took me a few weeks to try the products.

I tried the Super Red Creamy soup first. I was surprised that I liked it. It’s balanced with sweet and a little savory. The flavors are bold. The color is bold. It was addictive and it was very short-lived. I didn’t snap any photos other than the one where I initially opened the package. But I will be buying this very soon.

Then, there is the Free-Range Chicken Broth.

I LOVE this broth! It made my gravy taste good. It made my ramen taste better! And just to have it as a broth with chives is good too. Which, is a perfect recipe if you are sick, eat light, or are fasting.

What I do appreciate about both of these products is that they are both USDA certified organic and, as I mentioned before, they are full of flavor. Nothing about these products are bland and salty like most soups out there. I can read every ingredient labeled on the side. So, I know what I am eating.

Thanks so much, Influenster and Imagine Foods!

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Visit Imagine Foods for more of their products.

Which of their products would you try? Let me know in the comments.

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