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Pacific Organic Tomato Soup March 26, 2014

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Sustainable Living, Vegetarian Recipes.
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Fresh Market’s running a special on Pacific Organic Tomato Soup this month.

We tried it.

We both loved it!  And BFF doesn’t even really like Tomato Soup.

It comes in a resealable quart container and stays fresh in the fridge for 7-10 days after opening.

It’s low fat, gluten free, soy free, kosher, vegetarian, and . . . delicious!

Other soups include: Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup (also yummy), Creamy Butternut Squash Soup (not my fave), and many more we haven’t tried.

Yet.

In addition to soups, they make Meals, Sides, Sauces, and Gravies ~ all of which can be filtered by dietary preferences.

To learn more Pacific and its sustainable practices ~ check out Our Story ~ Pacific Foods.

Aah . . . that’s better!

Have you tried any products by Pacific?  Are you a fan?

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1. katecrimmins - March 26, 2014

I tried their chicken broth a year or so ago and didn’t like it at all. It probably was because the sodium content wasn’t over the moon. I like tomato soup. Maybe I’ll give this a try. As for butternut squash soup, I haven’t found any that are near as good as homemade. If you have a fav, share!

nrhatch - March 26, 2014

Pacific has a low sodium line for many of their soups ~ I can’t vouch for the taste of low sodium tomato soup.

BFF thought the butternut squash soup was “OK” so I let him finish the container ~ I didn’t care for the seasonings they chose. In contrast, I wanted to lick the bowl when I scooped the last spoonful of the tomato soup.

katecrimmins - March 26, 2014

It is about the seasonings in vegetable soups. I will try their tomato!

nrhatch - March 26, 2014

I hope you find it delectable!

2. Pix Under the Oaks - March 26, 2014

I am not a tomato soup lover but CH is and I am going to tell him about this soup! CH makes great tomato soup!! Thanks for the heads up!!
Good Morning Nancy!

nrhatch - March 26, 2014

Good morning, Pix! I don’t usually “advertise products” on SLTW, but I had to make an exception for this soup. It is “mmm, mmm, good.”

It’s a bit high in sodium, so I won’t eat it more than once a week.

3. ericjbaker - March 26, 2014

I thought tomato soup was stomach-churning when I was a lad, but I’ve acquired a taste for it.

nrhatch - March 26, 2014

BFF was quite surprised since he’s never been a fan. Fresh Market has been running the special on Saturdays all month ~ $2.33 for a quart. And you don’t have to add your own milk.

http://www.thefreshmarket.com/view-specials/weekend-deals

4. Behind the Story - March 26, 2014

Thanks for the suggestions.

nrhatch - March 26, 2014

From what I read on Pacific’s website, they focus on lots of sustainable practices. And the soup tasted great. Yay x 2!

5. I am J - March 27, 2014

I’ll have to check this out. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen Pacific brand here but thanks for the heads-up and recommendation. I love soup and will look for this one.

nrhatch - March 27, 2014

Janna found it in Arizona, so you may find it in Denver. Today is a soup day here . . . pea soup from the freezer.

6. jannatwrites - March 27, 2014

I’m not a tomato soup fan, but then you said BFF wasn’t either, it made me wonder about it. I’ve not seen this brand. I looked and they do sell it at both of our local grocery stores. I’ll have to look a little closer when I go again.

nrhatch - March 27, 2014

If only one person in the house likes it, the packaging is super souper friendly ~ just pour one serving, heat, eat. But you might enjoy some of the other flavors better.

7. Grannymar - March 27, 2014

Alas, I am on the wrong side of the pond for the Pacific products, but thanks to Elly, I make my own:
http://grannymar.com/2009/03/16/food-monday-ellys-tomato-soup/

nrhatch - March 27, 2014

Your soup sounds yummy, GM. I almost always make my own soups ~ pea, lentil, potato, harvest, minestrone, barley rice, etc. But I do like to have heat and eat soups on occasion, especially when I’m feeling “under the weather.”

Grannymar - March 27, 2014

I do that with soups and main meals. Cooking for one is soul destroying, so I cook for four or six and freeze five portions for the days when I am not in the mood to cook. At least that way I am having proper meals and not snacking on rubbish. My fast food is a banana.

I am trying very hard to cut out chocolate, read struggling!

nrhatch - March 27, 2014

It’s wonderful to have home cooked meals stacked in the freezer. Our supply ebbs and flows depending on whether we’re cooking or consuming them. Today . . . pea soup from the freezer.

Don’t try too hard to cut out chocolate ~ it’s a good mood food that is GREAT for brain health.

8. Three Well Beings - March 29, 2014

I love these soups! I like the butternut squash. 🙂

nrhatch - March 29, 2014

Pacific Soups are great! BFF liked the butternut squash OK ~ it didn’t agree with my taste buds for some reason. Wrong receptors.

9. Tokeloshe - April 8, 2014

Oh, I hope they come to Canada soon.

nrhatch - April 8, 2014

Keep your eyes open . . . your tastebuds will thank you.


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