The Best Low Sodium Canned Soups

Low sodium canned soups can make mealtime quick and easy if you know which soups to look for. Here are several low sodium canned soup options to add to your pantry.

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Canned soup is a convenient meal. You can enjoy vegetables and protein all in one bowl, and there’s not much easier than popping open a can for a complete meal. If you’re living a low sodium lifestyle, choose your canned soups carefully because most are extremely high in sodium. Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup, an old favorite, contains 890 mg of sodium in one-half cup. 

Even soups labeled ‘reduced’ or ‘lower’ sodium can be off-limits for those on a low sodium diet. Progresso’s Reduced Sodium Creamy Tomato Basil Soup contains 490 mg of sodium in a 1-cup serving, 1040 mg per can. If your daily sodium limit is 1500 mg, one cup of soup would be one-third of your daily allowance. 

If your local grocery store is not carrying low sodium soups or other low sodium foods, speak to the manager and request the specific products you need. They may order these items and add them to their shelves if enough requests are made.

If you have time to make your own soup, check out my Low Sodium Chicken Noodle Soup.

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Low Sodium Canned Soups – 500 mg or Less Per Cup

These soups contain 500 mg of sodium or less in a one-cup serving. 

Dr. McDougall’s Garden Vegetables Lower Sodium Soup – 280 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Imagine Organic Light in Sodium Creamy Garden Tomato Soup – 300 mg of sodium per cup

Amy’s Organic Light in Sodium Split Pea Soup – 310 mg of sodium per cup – 510 mg of sodium per can

Pacific Foods Organic Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato Soup, Light in Sodium – 330 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Parks and Nash Tuscan Vegetable Bone Broth Soup – 390 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Parks and Nash Tomato Basil Bone Broth Soup – 410 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Parks and Nash Southwest Vegetable Bone Broth Soup – 420 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Amy’s Reduced Sodium Hearty Organic Soups French Country Vegetable – 450 mg of sodium in 1 cup – 780 mg of sodium per can

Kettle & Fire Turmeric & Ginger Bone Broth Soup – 490 mg of sodium in 1 cup

Campbell’s Homestyle Healthy Request Mexican Style Chicken Tortilla Soup – 410 mg of sodium in 1 cup – 880 mg of sodium per can

Campbell’s Chunky Healthy Request Chicken Noodle Soup – 410 mg of sodium in 1 cup – 880 mg of sodium per can

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Low Sodium Canned Soup – 500 mg or Less Per Can

For those of us who enjoy a larger, heartier serving of soup and want to make a meal of the entire can, these soups contain 500 mg of sodium or less per can. Can size ranges from – 14.5 oz – 15 oz.

Health Valley Organic No Salt Vegetable Soup – 90 mg of sodium per can

Health Valley Organic No Salt Added Chicken & Rice Soup – 100 mg of sodium per can

Health Valley Organic Chicken Noodle Soup – 220 mg of sodium per can

Amy’s Organic Lentil Soup, Light in Sodium – 450 mg of sodium per can

Amy’s Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque, Light in Sodium – 470 mg of sodium per can

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5 Comments

  1. Hi Danielle.
    These soups are all still too high in Na. I completely avoid soups. Finding something to eat is a challenge with Low Sodium (1500) and Low Potassium (2000) due to Potassium sparing diuretics. With heart failure we are all trying to find something to eat that does not impact fluid retention and weight gain. Thanks for all your wonderful suggestions. I am trying to get weight down but it is up and down everyday. Usual same diet (Ugh!) every day and need to find some variety.

  2. I found a Tomato soup, very tasty, just heat and eat, at Trader Joe’s, 105 mg sodium per 1 cup. It comes in a carton, and I keep several in the pantry . It is really tasty! There are 2 ‘flavors’.

  3. I was happy to find Campbell’s Unsalted Tomato Soup at my local grocery store. The label says per 1/2 cup serving: 90 calories, 50 MG sodium. They also carry Cream of Chicken and Cream of Mushroom Unsalted.
    I live in a rural area so I was pleasantly surprised to find soup that fits my low sodium life.

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