as per title
my local poundstretcher is selling baxters scotch broth soup for 10p a can
due to the best before date being in november - for anybody who knows the difference between best before & use by this shouldnt be an issue
this may just be local but its worth checking other stores just on case
Picture doesn't do it justice, no offence OP :)
Ever popular, it was a founding recipe from the Baxter family and remains one of our personal favourites. More than a broth, this classic recipe is a real meal of a soup; beef, mutton, potatoes and barley combine to create a rich and warming soup.
Water, Cooked Pearl Barley (11%), Carrots, Marrowfat Peas, Potatoes (4%), Onions, Swede, Leeks, Beef (1.5%), Mutton (1.5%), Cornflour, Cabbage, Mutton Fat, Salt, Modified Cornflour, Yeast Extract, Parsley, Beef Extract, White Pepper