Frontier Soups Offers New Southwestern Soup Five Pack of Easy Comfort Food
Waukegan, Ill. (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
Frontier Soups™, a producer of all natural gourmet soup mixes, is giving home cooks a healthy and easy comfort food change up for taco night with its new specially priced Southwestern Soup Five Pack, including favorites like chicken tortilla soup.
Frontier Soups’ new Five Pack satisfies Americans’ increasing hunger for the bold flavors of Mexican foods, and includes the best-selling South of the Border Tortilla Soup mix and the company’s newest soup Arizona Sunset Chicken Enchilada Soup, said Trisha Anderson, company founder. The Southwestern Soup Five Pack is specially priced through January at $24.95, a savings of more than 20 percent, Anderson said. Other soups include California Gold Rush White Bean Chili, Texas Wrangler Black Bean Soup, and New Mexico Mesa Spicy Fiesta Soup.
“Mexican foods are well established among our favorite restaurants and are becoming our new home comfort food. Our chicken tortilla soup is our top selling soup mix, and the new chicken enchilada soup is already in our top ten sales ranking,” Anderson said. “Both soups are from our quicker cooking Homemade-In-Minutes line and contain dehydrated beans, which not only will cook up in about 30 minutes, but are packed with protein and soluble fiber, which helps lower cholesterol. They also have nutrients like calcium, potassium, vitamin B6, folate, and alpha-Linoleic acid. Beans have been credited with reducing certain cancer risks. For instance, Hispanic women consume a higher proportion of beans in their diet and have half the risk of breast cancer as Caucasian women.”
The chicken tortilla soup and chicken enchilada soup are from Frontier Soups quicker-cooking line of Homemade-In-Minutes™ soup mixes, which cook up in about 30 minutes on the stovetop and serve about four to six. The white bean chili, black bean soup, and Spicy Fiesta Soup with garbanzo beans are from the Hearty Meals™ line of longer simmering comfort food soups that will feed six to eight hungry diners, Anderson said. “Our soups taste homemade because home cooks add simple fresh additions like the meat or a vegetable and broth,” she added. “They are convenient because hands on preparation times are short, only 15 to 30 minutes total for most of our soup mixes. The soups truly are a shortcut to homemade and to creating the authentic regional American soups, stews, and chilis that everyone loves.”
Mexican soups’ favorite accompaniment, Santa Fe Trail Cornbread Mix, also is on special in January for $3.95. “When you put together a Southwestern style meal like this, no one is going to miss the tacos,” she added, “and home cooks won’t have to spend all that time chopping toppings.”
All Frontier Soups varieties are all natural with no added salt, preservatives or MSG. The soup mixes provide a shortcut to homemade and can satisfy appetites from hearty to light, and include best selling favorites like corn chowder and chicken noodle soup, both of which are gluten free soups. Selections include 11 vegetarian soups and 28 certified gluten free soups. More information about the company’s products, 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, by calling 1-800-300-7687 or by connecting on Facebook, facebook.com/pages/Frontier-Soups/79282421800 and Twitter, twitter.com/FrontierSoups.