Made from recipes you could make yourself.
We take the time to cook up sustainably-sourced real food, by hand, in small batches. We hope you love our products as much as we do! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are all of your soups certified organic?
Yes. All of our soups are certified organic by Oregon Tilth!
Are all of your soups certified gluten-free?
Yes. All of our soups are certified gluten-free by the GFCO! We are a dedicated gluten-free facility. We don’t have any ingredients that contain gluten in the space. Further, we test random composite samples monthly to ensure no gluten is present in our finished products. We do not test more frequently because we have never had a positive. We test our product using AOAC approved methods down to 5 ppm and we do not detect gluten in our products. We are certified gluten free by GFCO which requires <10 data-preserve-html-node="true" ppm gluten and the FDA for labeling purposes requires <20 data-preserve-html-node="true" ppm gluten.
Are all of your soups Non-GMO?
Yes, all of our soups are GMO-Free!
Does the soup contain any allergens?
All of our soups are made in a facility free from gluten, wheat, egg, soy, peanuts, fish, shellfish, sesame, mustard, sulfites, and lupin. The only tree nut we process in our facility is coconut. Our Red Lentil Dahl Soup contains coconut milk, which is a tree nut. Our Roasted Tomato Basil Soup, Autumn Squash Soup, and Potato Leek Soup contain dairy products and casein. We have a food safety plan to ensure that we do not have allergen cross contact in our facility. Some of these items include producing non-allergen soups first and swabbing. For our complete allergen policy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the individual soup webpages for a complete list of ingredients for each variety.
Do you offer vegan or vegetarian varieties?
Yes. Please visit the Products page to learn more about these options.
How long is the soup good after opening?
We recommend eating the soup within 3-4 days of opening.
Can I freeze the soup to prolong its shelf life?
We do not recommend freezing our soups as it can negatively effect their texture and consistency.
What are the sodium levels in the soup?
Most of our soup varieties average 400-600mg per serving. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300mg a day – or 1,500mg if you’re age 51 or older. Other companies use salt as a preservative, which is why most canned soup has very high sodium levels. We use salt in moderation as a spice.
Do you use preservatives?
No. We never use preservatives, artificial ingredients, or fillers.
Why is fresh soup better than canned soup?
Fresh soup simply tastes better and is often healthier than sodium-loaded canned soup. Canned soups can be several years old by the time you eat it, but our fresh soup is intended to be eaten within a few weeks of purchase. But who are we to say, try for yourself!
Does the soup need to be refrigerated?
Yes. Our soup is prepared and stored fresh for maximum flavor and nutrition!
Where can I find the soup in my local grocery store?
At most grocery stores our soup is available in the prepared foods aisle or the deli refrigerator where other fresh products are sold. Find a store near you!
How long should I heat up my soup for?
Microwave: Empty entire tub into microwave safe bowl, heat on high for 2 minutes, stir well, and heat on high for one more minute. Stove Top: Empty entire tub into saucepan, put on medium heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.