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Published January 13th 2013
Bargain prices even Andy Warhol would love
It is a brand that we have known and loved all our lives, made famous in art and kitchens across the world - Campbell's Soup.
The huge Campbell soups icon
Entering into the 21st century, Campbell's soups has a new twist with exotic and delicate Asian flavours and of course, the old favourite mix of hearty meat stews.
However you do not need to pay full price for these great iconic favourites, there is a factory outlet where you can purchase them at greatly reduced prices.
A huge range of your favourite soups
Located in Shepparton Victoria, you will find Campbell's Soups Factory Outlet.
It is kind of like a small tin shed on the side of the factory.
You will know when you are there by an enormous can of Campbell's Soup next door to the factory.
Friendly staff at the Campbell soup factory (oh and my little girl that had to be in the shot)
My children have recently been studying Andy Warhol's art and making some designs of their own, so there were great excited squeals of delight when we arrived here. Of course, there was the obligatory photograph of one looking like they're holding a massive can of soup above their head, but the real reason for visiting is the discounted prices.
Purchase by the Carton and save even more
You can purchase individual items but the real savings come when you're prepared to buy six or even a case of each item. In many cases, you are able to mix and match different varieties to make up the case full.
You are not limited to soups alone, there are also varieties of packaged meals, juices and different desserts and some fruits.
All your favourite soups in one place
I would suggest you arrive with plenty of space in the back of your car or caravan. We had an RV with us and completely filled the shower recess with supplies to take home.
Special boards that change each week
I think I spent around $120 and that lasted us with soups and desserts for at least six months.