A new study has found that Americans don’t drink enough water on a daily basis. The CDC recommends that men should have a daily fluid intake of 125 ounces for men and 91 ounces for women. However, the research found that most women are barely meeting the recommended target […]
Probiotic foods have gotten a lot of attention lately because those foods, such as yogurt, are rich in good bacteria for one’s gut. But to grow that good bacteria and make it work in the gut another group of foods are needed called prebiotics.
Prebiotic foods are like fuel for good bacteria. They have certain fibrous […]
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a staggering
36.5% of adults in the USA suffer from obesity. It is no wonder that the diet industry is being inundated with fad-diets promising unrealistic results which more often than not see the user regaining all the lost weight, and even more. It cannot […]
Fresh corn is in season! Just in time for 4th of July cooking, delicious salad recipes for picnics all summer!
This recipe would also make an awesome party dip served with tortilla chips. Serves 6.
Frontier Soups continues to support the LifeStitches Program in Uganda that teaches mothers with HIV/AIDS sewing skills to help sustain their families. Following an 18-24 month training program in Maracha Uganda, eight mothers graduated in April and will be able to provide for their families with their sewing machines. Five mothers plan to open a […]
Summertime calls for simplicity in our cooking. Enjoy fresh summer produce with these specially developed recipe variations for five favorite Homemade in Minutes Mixes.
Serving ham for Easter dinner and wondering what to do with all those leftovers? Time for soup! Use your ham bone or add extra bits of diced ham for extra goodness.
Plant-based nutrition has exploded in popularity, and many advantages have been well documented over the past several decades.
Plant-based diets have been associated with lowering overall and ischemic heart disease mortality, supporting sustainable weight management and reducing medication needs to name a few.
This tomato and cabbage soup was rumored, in the days of old, to melt away those thighs.
Want to up your game when it comes to clean eating? Include lentils in your meal plans and you can’t go wrong. These legumes are powerhouses of nutrition, full of flavor, economical and easy to prepare.Humans have relied on lentils for good nutrition for thousands of years. In fact, 8,000-year-old seeds have been found on […]
Same time next year? It’s Thanksgiving time, how could it come again so soon? Spice up your cooking with Frontier Soups’ Autumn Pumpkin Soup Spice Mix for everything from soup to nuts.
In addition to tasting great and filling you up, what can whole grains do for you? Quite a lot, from helping with weight control to disease prevention and dental health. Barley, bulgur, wheat berries, brown rice, quinoa and other whole grains are compact storehouses of essential vitamins, minerals and fiber, which help in your struggle […]
We continue our Nutrition Wise Recipe Variations with our Hearty Meal Soup Mixes. Registered dietitian nutritionist, Penny Clark, was brought in to consult with Frontier Soups to provide recipe adaptations for boosting vegetables, providing vegetarian and Mediterranean options, as well as ways to reduce sodium and saturated fat. She first tackled our Homemade in Minutes […]
In honor of our 30th anniversary, we called in registered dietitian nutritionist, Penny Clark, to review and consult with us on our soup mix recipes. She first tackled our Homemade in Minutes mixes with the thought of boosting nutrition in your soup meals. Here are Penny’s tips and variations which are also posted with each product information […]
August 1, 1986, incorporated as a business with three soups under the company name of Frontier Soups. The first three soups: Minnesota Heartland 11 Bean, Dakota Territory Beef Barley Bean, and Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder delighted shoppers at local holiday markets.
1991 saw Frontier Soups venture to the Fancy Food Show in New York City with […]
Jeremy faced many challenges on his canoeing adventure. From battling strong headwinds on Lake Memphremagog, to tracking upstream by using rope to pull his canoe against the current. He even cracked a plank while navigating 9 miles of rapids on the Saranac River! An especially grueling part was the need to carry his canoe between […]
Our avid customer, Jeremy is about to embark on a canoeing trip this month and will be bringing specially prepared Frontier Soups as part of his food provisions. He will be traveling 750 miles through New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and part of Canada on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. The journey will take […]
Breaking Sterotypes! Women Run Bike Repair Shops Now UnderwayWe began March 2015 with a small group of mothers at both the Workshops in Arua and Maracha hired instructors, build stools to sit on, acquired tools and tool box. Eventually the mothers requested ‘coveralls’ so they could get down to work on the bikes… not possible […]
A sprinkling of nasturtium, a misting of borage and a drizzle of daylilies. Edible flowers are a fun and inviting addition to your recipes. Bring the garden into your kitchen by growing your own edible garnish.Here is a look at four flowers that enhance the look and flavor of your recipes. They are tasty finishing […]