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Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable, 14.5 oz. instructions

 Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable, 14.5 oz.
Recommended price: $3.59
  • Brand:Amy's
  • Size/Form:14.50 oz.
  • Ship Weight:1.05
  • Servings:2
  • Dosage:1 Cup(s)
  • Flavor:Summer Corn & Vegetable

Amy's - Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable - 14.5 oz. (411 g)

Amy's Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable is a light and flavorful soup. Made from organic corn, potatoes, leeks, red bell peppers and onions, it is flavored with traditional herbs, milk and butter - bringing you the fresh taste of summer, no matter what the season. Amy's Kitchen was started when their daughter Amy was born in 1987. They are a family business deeply committed to producing convenient prepared foods that taste homemade.

Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable Features:

  • Light and flavorful
  • Made from organic corn, potatoes, leeks, red bell peppers and onions
  • Flavored with traditional herbs, milk and butter
  • No preservatives
  • 0 g trans fat
  • Gluten free

It's Delicious and Tastes Homemade!Amy’s food tastes so good because it’s made from the kind of real food ingredients that people use in their own kitchens…no additives, no preservatives, no GMOs. If a child can’t pronounce it, you won’t find it on an Amy’s label. The cooking methods are like those used at home or in fine restaurants. For mashed potato dishes, fresh potatoes are cooked and mashed instead of being prepared with dehydrated flakes. Pizza crusts are shaped by hand. Sauces and gravies are made the old fashioned way, starting with a roux.

It’s Made from Organic Ingredients.Fruits, vegetables and grains are grown organically, the way nature intended food to grow, without the use of insecticides and other harmful chemicals. This benefits the growers, the consumers, and the environment.Everything is Vegetarian.No meat, fish, poultry or eggs are used in any product. Cheeses are made with pasteurized rBST hormone free milk and do not contain animal enzymes or rennet.

Gluten FreeThey realize how hard it is for people with special dietary needs, like celiac disease, to find good tasting meals. They also know it is especially hard for children to avoid traditional favorites, like pizza and macaroni & cheese. Amy’s has always been sensitive to the needs and concerns of their customers; that’s why they have developed over 125 natural, organic, gluten free versions of their favorite dishes. Their Rice Mac & Cheese, Garden Vegetable Lasagna and Rice Crust Pizzas taste great and contain only the highest quality ingredients that will easily fit your lifestyle. They hope you enjoy their food, and they welcome you into the Amy’s family!

About Amy's

A Brief HistoryAmy's didn’t set out to become the nation’s leading frozen food brand. All they wanted to do was create a business that would allow them to earn a living by providing convenient and tasty vegetarian meals for people like themselves, who appreciated good food, but were often too busy to cook "from scratch."They started on a "shoestring," using their own house and barn as headquarters. The founding meetings were held in the same room where they were married and where their daughter Amy was born.

This was in 1987, before the idea of "organic" food had become well known, and when there were very few frozen meals available for vegetarians to eat, either in health food stores or supermarkets. They were, however, very fortunate in being in the right place at the right time. The number of vegetarians had increased dramatically, as had consumer awareness of the harmful effects on their health and the environment of chemicals in the food supply.

Their first product, a vegetable pot pie, was an instant success. Other products followed in rapid succession, and they made the amazing discovery that they were being eaten not only by vegetarians and those interested in organic foods, but by millions of people looking for easy to prepare meals that really tasted good.

Since then Amy’s has created over 250 frozen meals, including pizzas, pocket sandwiches, pot pies, entrées, snacks and whole meals. In 1999, they introduced a grocery line that now includes canned soups, beans and chili as well as jarred pasta sauces and salsas. Their foods are carried by all natural food stores, supermarkets and some club stores in the United States, Canada and abroad.Although they have considerably expanded their production facilities and the number of people they employ, they have remained a family owned and operated business, sensitive to the needs of their customers. In spite of the fact that many companies now produce similar products, Amy’s is still #1 in popularity and sales. Their total commitment to quality has made the difference.

Their Kitchen

At Amy’s Kitchen, they make food in much the same way as you do at home. They start out with the freshest, organic vegetables they can find. They purchase high quality pastas, grains, beans and dairy from hormone-free cows. They make everything by hand. Their sauces are prepared in stages; first by heating oil, then adding aromatics and followed by fresh veggies and tomatoes. All the ingredients cook slowly until they reach their fullest flavor.

The Secret Life of Their PackagingThe joy of being served a beautiful meal at someone’s home comes as much from the table setting as it does from the food itself. The host takes great care when preparing the table. Each guest is special and deserves to be treated in a special way.

Rachel imagines every customer as a guest in her home. To know her is to realize how much she enjoys serving her guests, be they family and friends, or the many customers who write her each day. She sets a beautiful table and is considerate of the needs of each guest. And while she can’t experience the pleasure of serving Amy’s customers in her home, she brings a little of herself to your home.

Rachel and Andy share a little bit of themselves to make a connection to the their customers, and make the food more personal. So the next time you sit down at your table to enjoy one of Amy’s meals, remember that you are their guest. They hope that they have done everything possible to satisfy you, and if not, that you will let them know how they might do better.

It All Starts with Fresh IngredientsAmy's feels it is important to know where their food comes from. Fewer people today have the luxury of time to grow their own fruits and vegetables. And most of them don’t even know neighboring farmers who in the past supplied their local markets. They miss that connection, as proven by the satisfaction they get from going to the farmers’ markets that grace many of their communities. There’s something about meeting the people who grow the food that creates a sense of community.

At Amy’s they value the notion of creating communities. One of the ways they do this is with the farmers who grow their fruits and vegetables. They know most of their growers by name and have been working with some of them since their humble beginnings. Maybe you’d like to know a little of how these relationships work, and the reasons behind why Amy’s products look and taste so good.

Let’s talk broccoli! Can you believe there is only a 2-day window, during each harvest, when broccoli is at peak flavor and quality? Even though it is a year-round crop in California, organic broccoli is best between November and April when cool weather limits pressure from pests and dry weather. They work closely with their growers to choose the exact time for harvesting the absolute best of the season.

Their onions are sourced from 15 local organic growers. Most of these are family farms that have been with them for many years. Growing onions organically requires careful crop rotation planning. A single field may not be used for organic onions in more than one year out of every four. The onions are delivered to Amy’s fresh, and a small group of people from their kitchen peels them by hand.

Organic leeks are another crop that is grown by local family farmers, just a few miles to the west of Amy’s. Their produce managers will visit the farms throughout the growing season and discuss ideas for new crops and new ways of using fresh ingredients in their food. This is truly a sustainable approach to the community.

OnionsOh, and let them not forget to mention about their apples (used in their Country Dinner Whole Meal, their famous single serve Organic Apple Pie and their Toaster Pops). Amy’s selects the “Cox Pippin”, a rare, heirloom apple, that basks in the warm Indian summer sun of Northern California. Doing so produces a sweetness that complements its perfect tartness. It is as much art as it is apple!

They have earned a reputation in the farming community as the company with the most rigid standards for quality and consistency. This is as it should be. Just imagine if you were planning a special meal for your closest friends. Wouldn’t you take the time to select the best of everything? Bright green broccoli, perfect potatoes, sweet tomatoes and tangy onions? Sure you would, and because they think of every customer as a guest in their home, you deserve the very best that nature provides.

The Magic of AmysHave you ever noticed how something almost magic happens when you cook your own food from scratch? How you connect with each ingredient and feel your way through each step of the creation? How you use your senses to make even the smallest adjustments toward perfection? This “magic” happens every day at Amy’s.

When people learn how they prepare each Amy’s recipe from scratch, they immediately understand something about why the products taste, well, homemade. Amy’s is just a large kitchen where the staff begins each day with the most basic of tasks…hand chopping fresh onions and carrots…building soup stock from fresh vegetables, and proofing doughs for pizza crusts and pot pies. And yes, even their tofu is made in the traditional Japanese method. While their pots may be large (400 gallons!), the techniques for preparing food are much the same as those used in cooking at home.

The sauces perfected, the fillings just right, they begin the fun of the real handwork. Each burrito is hand rolled, each pizza crust hand stretched and topped, and broccoli is hand placed in the pot pies. Hands sprinkle cheese and herbs on the enchiladas and just the right amount of noodles are placed in each can of the Minestrone. They are cooking for you in the same way you would cook for yourself. From choosing the very best ingredients, to baking pastry to perfection, every detail is given full attention. They like to think of you as a guest in their home and they appreciate you looking to Amy’s when you want all the goodness of a home cooked meal.

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Ingredients


Amy's - Organic Soup Summer Corn & Vegetable - 14.5 oz. (411 g)
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Cup (245 g)
Servings Per Container: About 2
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 140 Calories from Fat 30
Total Fat 3 g 5%
    Saturated Fat 2.5 g 13%
    Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 15 mg 5%
Sodium 560 mg 23%
Total Carbohydrate 23 g 8%
    Dietary Fiber 2 g 8%
    Sugars 6 g
Protein 4 g
Vitamin A 4% Vitamin C 6%
Calcium 8% Iron 6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Other Ingredients: Filtered Water, Organic Corn, Organic Lowfat Milk, Organic Onions, Organic Potatoes, Organic Leeks, Organic Red Bell Peppers, Organic Grade AA Butter (Organic Cream, Salt), Sea Salt, Organic Basil, Organic Spices, Bay Leaves. 

Warnings

This product is made in a facility that also processes foods containing wheat, soy, tree nuts and seeds (including sunflower seeds.) In addition to gluten testing, strict allergen control measures are implemented at all levels of productions. Amy's does not use any peanuts, fish, shellfish or eggs.

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Manufacturer info

P.O. Box 449
Petaluma, CA,

About Amy's

Amy's didn’t set out to become the nation’s leading frozen food brand. All they wanted to do was create a business that would allow them to earn a living by providing convenient and tasty vegetarian meals for people like themselves, who appreciated good food, but were often too busy to cook "from scratch." They started on a "shoestring," using their own house and barn as headquarters. The founding meetings were held in the same room where they were married and where their daughter Amy was born.

This was in 1987, before the idea of "organic" food had become well known, and when there were very few frozen meals available for vegetarians to eat, either in health food stores or supermarkets. They were, however, very fortunate in being in the right place at the right time. The number of vegetarians had increased dramatically, as had consumer awareness of the harmful effects on their health and the environment of chemicals in the food supply.

Their first product, a vegetable pot pie, was an instant success. Other products followed in rapid succession, and they made the amazing discovery that they were being eaten not only by vegetarians and those interested in organic foods, but by millions of people looking for easy to prepare meals that really tasted good.

Since then Amy’s has created over 250 frozen meals, including pizzas, pocket sandwiches, pot pies, entrées, snacks and whole meals. In 1999, they introduced a grocery line that now includes canned soups, beans and chili as well as jarred pasta sauces and salsas. Their foods are carried by all natural food stores, supermarkets and some club stores in the United States, Canada and abroad. Although they have considerably expanded their production facilities and the number of people they employ, they have remained a family owned and operated business, sensitive to the needs of their customers. In spite of the fact that many companies now produce similar products, Amy’s is still #1 in popularity and sales. Their total commitment to quality has made the difference.

Specialities

  • Soy-Free
  • Kosher
  • Tree-Nut Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Eco Friendly
  • BPA-Free
  • Trans-Fat Free
  • Organic
  • Preservatives Free
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