Our mixes are perfect for new young cooks because they are easy to prepare with few additions. Having these soups in the fridge, ready to reheat, means healthy college meals are just minutes away whenever students come back to their apartment.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Frontier Soups™ is introducing a new Back to Campus Three Pack of all natural, gourmet soup mixes to make it easy for college-bound students to enjoy healthy college meals with homemade taste.
The Back to Campus Three Pack includes the company’s top selling chicken soups, including the best selling South of the Border Tortilla Soup™, Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup, the classic comfort food, and the newly-introduced Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup, said Trisha Anderson, company founder. All three are certified gluten free by the Celiac Sprue Association®, and like all Frontier Soups’ mixes, are all natural with no added salt, preservatives or MSG, Anderson said. The new three pack is specially priced in August at $14.95.
“Our mixes are perfect for new young cooks because they are easy to prepare with few additions. The Three Pack mixes can cook up in 30 minutes to serve one with leftovers or a study group of four,” she said. “Having these soups in the fridge, ready to reheat, means healthy college meals are just minutes away whenever students come back to their apartment. Soup for supper or a snack is a practical solution for college kids who want nutrition, and our mixes help them avoid unhealthy options and eat healthy at college.”
Anderson added that the Tortilla Soup and Enchilada Soup were chosen specifically to appeal to youthful taste buds and to provide a leaner choice than tacos or a bowlful of cheesy nachos while offering the same Southwestern flavors. “We included the chicken noodle soup because that is a great comfort food and provides a taste of home for students who are missing family and friends,” she said. “Our mix also is a gluten free soup because we use delicious corn noodles instead of wheat noodles.”
Also during August, a four pack of appetizer and dip mixes packaged with a white ceramic serving bowl is available for easy summer appetizers for family reunions and backyard parties or as a nice hostess gift, Anderson said. The four pack includes mixes for taco dip, green onion dip, roasted garlic spinach dip and lemony dill dip for $15.95.
Frontier Soups offers 34 varieties of mixes for healthy college meals to satisfy any taste, including 11 mixes that are vegetarian or offer vegetarian preparations for students who prefer a meat-free lifestyle, Anderson said. Twenty-eight of the mixes are certified gluten free soups like Italian wedding soup, vegetable soup and black bean soup. More information about the company’s products, including a selection of healthy food gift baskets, is available online at FrontierSoups.com or by calling 1-800-300-7687.
About Frontier Soups:
Frontier Soups™ has offered aspiring and accomplished home cooks a shortcut to healthy, homemade meals with 34 soups, stews, chili and chowders inspired by the finest traditions in American regional cuisine since 1986. The gourmet soup mixes, including 28 gluten-free soup varieties, are available in such outlets as A Southern Season, Whole Foods, Central Market, The Fresh Market, Safeway, Great Harvest Bread Company and Omaha Steak stores, through national and Canadian distribution and online at http://www.FrontierSoups.com. Frontier Soups is certified as a woman-owned business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. The company is located at 895 Northpoint Blvd., Waukegan, IL 60085. More information is available online or by calling 1-800-300-7687.