Lipton's various soups contain a wide range of ingredients, including enriched egg noodles, salt, chicken fat, hydrolyzed vegetable protein and rosemary extract. Certain ingredients in the product are also dehydrated, such as chicken broth, corn syrup and parsley, which means that the soups may contain sulfites.
As of 2015, Liptop offers four unique soup products. These soups are Noodle Soup, Ring-O-Noodle, Chicken Soup and Extra Noodle. Each of these soups contain similar ingredients, though certain products contain unique items to differentiate them from each other. The Lipton Chicken Noodle soup, for example, contains additional ingredients, such as white chicken meat, corn syrup and soy. All three of these ingredients are also dehydrated.
Each Lipton soup also includes various chemicals that make up part of its ingredients. Some common chemicals that are used in the composition of these products include monosodium glutamate, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate and thiamin mononitrate.
A serving of Lipton soup also counts towards the daily nutrition requirements that a human body needs. A standard serving size of Ring-O-Noodle soup, for example, contains 690 milligrams of sodium, which is 29 percent of the required daily nutrition value. The Lipton Extra Noodle, on the other hand, contains 650 milligrams of sodium in a standard serving, making up 27 percent of a person's required daily intake.