We’ve been wanting to create an alphabet soup for some time now and fell in love with the colorful letter and number organic pasta, which has even greater appeal since more and more parents want to choose organic ingredients for their kids.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Frontier Soups™, a producer of non-GMO gourmet soup mixes, is introducing Little Schoolhouse Alphabet Soup Mix with organic pasta just in time for busy parents to get easy, healthy family meals on the table for back-to-school nights.
The Alphabet Soup Mix contains multi-colored, tiny organic letter- and number-shaped pasta, can serve a family of four, and has a special introductory price of $4.95, which is a savings of more than $1, said Trisha Anderson, company founder. The soup is filled with kid-pleasing vegetables—peas, corn and carrots—and is lightly seasoned to appeal to young palates, although its comforting childhood flavors satisfy adult appetites as well like Frontier Soups’ traditional Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup Mix, Anderson said. Home cooks add fresh or prepared chicken to the alphabet soup, which is ready in 30 minutes on the stovetop.
During September, Frontier Soups is celebrating the launch of the new alphabet soup by thanking loyal customers and website visitors with a chance to register to win one of eight GreenPan™ 5-quart soup pots at FrontierSoups.com. Registration on FrontierSoups.com is required to enter the contest, and no purchase is necessary. Winners of the eight pots will be selected from website registrants in a random drawing on Sept. 30, Anderson said.
“We’ve been wanting to create an alphabet soup for some time now and fell in love with the colorful letter and number organic pasta, which has even greater appeal since more and more parents want to choose organic ingredients for their kids,” Anderson said.
Also during September to celebrate Whole Grains Month and to help out with easy back-to-school dinners, Frontier Soups is offering a Whole Grain Soup Two Pack including Montana High Plains Wheat Berry Chili with 31 grams of whole grains per 1 cup serving, and Pacific Northwest (formerly Washington State) Squash and Lentil Soup, filled with golden butternut squash and 12 grams of whole grains from bulgur wheat. The squash and lentil soup is a vegan soup as prepared, and the wheat berry chili may be prepared as a vegan soup by substituting eggplant for the ground turkey, Anderson said. The two-pack is $9 during September, a savings of $5.
All of Frontier Soups 35 varieties are non-GMO soups with no salt added, and no preservatives, artificial ingredients or MSG. The soup mixes include best selling favorites like Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder and South of the Border Tortilla Soup, both of which are gluten free soups. Selections include 12 vegetarian soups and 28 certified gluten free soups. More information about the company’s products is available online at FrontierSoups.com, facebook.com/pages/Frontier-Soups/79282421800 and twitter.com/FrontierSoups, 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 certified gluten-free soup varieties, are available in such outlets as The Fresh Market, Whole Foods, Kroger natural stores, Great Harvest Bread Company, Omaha Steaks, Central Market, A Southern Season, 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, by calling 1-800-300-7687 or by connecting on Facebook, facebook.com/pages/Frontier-Soups/79282421800 and Twitter, twitter.com/FrontierSoups.