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Our Process

Our soups are cooked not processed. We pride ourselves on whole ingredients cooked in timeless methods that then require no preservatives.

100% Natural

Our ingredients are completely organic and absolutely free of GMOs. An amazing product starts from an amazing base which is why we ensure only the highest quality vegetables make it in our amazing soups.


Glass Jars

Our glass jars lock in all of the nutrients and none of the plasticides so you can be sure your blend is just as fresh and amazing as the day we made the soup. Also, our glass jars are perfect for reusing or recycling.

All About Enzymes

We keep never boil our soups so we never lose our veggies' textures. Not only does this make for a delicious crunch and color, but the vegetable's carotenoids are kept as close to original as possible. These carotenoids are responsible for the good enzymes and so when you have the soup, you get all of the health benefits.


Always Fresh

Our soups have a 30 day "refrigeration life" and we are so proud of it. We use no preservatives or excess sodium to ensure that our product is as fresh as possible.

Pasturzation

Traditional Pasteurization

Traditional pasteurization is the heat treatment of food to destroy microorganisms. This process has been used for thousands of years to make food safe to eat and to prevent spoilage. We have harnessed that process to ensure our soups are amazingly fresh with absolutely no added preservatives.  

Hot Fill

We hold the soups at temperature for certain amount of time in the large gallon pots. After, we pour them into our 16 oz jars. We cap these jars and turn them over. This FDA-regulated process is called a ‘hot fill’ and the soups sit upside down for 5-7 minutes.

To Top It Off

Before closing our jars, we place all our caps in a large bucket of warm water to loosen the inside coating for an airtight seal. Once we turn the jars back upright the cap will eventually snap down. The cap-snap process is an old fashioned form of pasteurization, designed to eliminate most of the air and kill any bacteria inside the jar. That is why when you open a jar of our soup you hear the little "pop" of freshness.