Father Ranks Popular Supermarket Canned Soups From Best To Worst

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A father who sparked controversy over his rankings of chocolate bars and ice creams has shared his new 'definitive' list of supermarket canned soups. 
Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, has ranked 12 store-bought tins from best to worst - naming Heinz potato & leek as number one and Campbell's celery as 'cat vomit'.
As supermarkets impose strict rationing measures on grocery items to curb [/news/coronavirus/index.html coronavirus] 'panic buying', the managing director has revealed his ultimate ranking to help shoppers find a quick, easy and cheap soup option to grab on the run.
'The 100 per cent accurate canned soup power rankings. Don't bother commenting, this isn't up for discussion,' Bruno joked. 
A father who sparked controversy over his rankings of chocolate bars and ice creams has shared his new 'definitive' list of supermarket canned soups
Poll What's your favourite canned soup flavour?
Chicken noodle Potato & leek Creamy pumpkin Pea & ham Chicken & sweetcorn Tomato Italian minestrone Mushroom Celery What's your favourite canned soup flavour?
Chicken noodle 38 votes Potato & leek 24 votes Creamy pumpkin 28 votes Pea & ham 40 votes Chicken & sweetcorn 29 votes Tomato 68 votes Italian minestrone 29 votes Mushroom 13 votes Celery 5 votes
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The former Kyle & Jackie O radio show producer crowned Campbell's condensed chicken and Heinz classic potato & leek in the 'God tier'.
Heinz Big' N Chunky beef & veggies featured in the second best 'Royalty tier', alongside Heinz classic creaming pumpkin.
Campbell's country ladle garden vegetable, Heinz's pea & ham and chicken and sweetcorn appeared in the 'Adam Sandler tier', which represents a middle ground of 'take them or leave them'.
Rosella tomato soup, Campbell's cream of mushroom and Heinz classic Italian minestrone were listed in the 'Pleb' - or second lowest - tier.
Heinz Big 'N Chunky ravioli with beef and miaasharma.doodlekit.com tomato and Campbell's condensed cream of celery sat at the bottom of the barrel in the 'cat vomit' tier.
A majority of people agreed with Bruno's latest list, while others admitted they never knew some of the soup flavours even existed ion supermarkets.
'I agree with this list the most out of any list you've ever listed,' one said.
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Bruno Bouchet (pictured), from Sydney, has ranked 12 store-bought tins from best to worst - naming Heinz potato & leek as number one and Campbell's celery as 'cat vomit'
A second said: 'Nailed it again. Potato & Leek is the soup eaten in heaven.' 
A third said: 'Good to see chicken noodle on top, not sure about the potato and leek.'
A fourth said: 'Who the hell eats celery soup, well placed on the list.'
And another said: 'I can't believe people actually eat canned soup.'
Others praised Bruno for sharing his rankings because they now have a better idea of what to buy when shopping in the soup aisle. 
'This is so helpful. I've been looking at canned soup in the supermarkets now I have more of an idea what to try,' one said. 
Many argued chicken noodle deserves its own top tier while others took particular issue with Bruno for leaving Heinz tomato soup out of his rankings.
'Where's the Heinz condensed tomato soup,' one woman said, to which Bruno responded: 'In a bin somewhere... unopened.'