How many PP in a whole can of Heinz Tom Soup

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  1. zebredy

    zebredy Sci-Fi Geek

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    I just worked out that half a can is 3.2 PP. (according to this Google Translate calculator so hope it correct)

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me if I have it right for a whole can of soup at 6 points or should it be 7 as I know they don't do half points now.

    Thanks in advance for any replies.

    My hubby has this for work lunch sometimes and I didn't want to get this wrong for him, as I do most the pointing in our house, especially as its mostly me who uses this site...
     
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    esource says 3 for half a tin so yes 6 for the hole tin :)
     
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    zebredy Sci-Fi Geek

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    Thanks very much for that, just got to phone my hubby now and let him know...

    Apparently he worked it out on the wheel thing you get at first PP meeting, at least one of us can properly use that thing, but any way thanks though.. (At least I could double check he was using the wheel correctly)
     
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    As this is an old thread could someone confirm that Heinz Cream of Tomato soup is 6pp per can please?

    Many thanks, Elle xxx
     
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    Yep its 6pp for a normal sized can 400g. I often half the can in 2 cups and top up with water, you can split it to eat at 2 different times and it tastes exactly the same :)
     
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