Oprah’s Healthy, Comfort Food Line Headed To A Grocery Store Near You

As previously reported on WHUR.com, Oprah has launched a line of healthy, comfort refrigerated meals and they are now headed to a grocery store near you.

O, That’s Good! soups are made using real ingredients like broccoli and potatoes, but with the added goodness of hearty vegetables like butternut squash and cauliflower.

O That’s Good! is currently offering Original Mashed Potatoes and Garlic Mashed Potatoes (both with added mashed cauliflower), Three Cheese Pasta (with added butternut squash), Creamy Parmesan Pasta (with added white beans), Broccoli Cheddar Soup (with added butternut squash), Creamy Tomato Basil Soup (with added celery and carrots), Baked Potato Soup (with added cauliflower) and Creamy Butternut Squash Soup (with added pureed sweet potatoes and carrots). 

Oprah shared this on her food line’s website:

I love the idea of sharing delicious, flavorful, convenient food with people all over the world.
So I partnered with a team of creative chefs to cook up a whole new line of my favorite foods… each with a nutritious TWIST. Because why shouldn’t the comfort foods you love, love you back?
And when I tasted O, That’s Good! for the first time, I said, “This tastes like home”. That’s how good it is. It’s real, delicious nutritiousness you can share with your family.
Because I believe that food, just like everything else, is always better when you share it.

By October all major grocery stores should have the line in the refrigerator section.

For more about O, That’s Good!, visit their official website here.


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