The Many Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

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.

Lentils: Packed with Good Taste and Good Nutrition

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 […]

Whole Grain Soups are a Nutritional Powerhouse

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 […]

Nutrition Wise Recipe Variations for Hearty Meal Soup Mixes

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 […]

Frontier Soups Celebrates 30th Anniversary

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 […]

Customer Overcomes Challenges on 15 Day Canoe Adventure

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 […]

April Showers Bring May Edible Flowers

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 […]

Celebrate Southwestern Flavors During Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for “May 5th” or literally, “Five of May”. In the United States, it is sometimes mistaken as Mexico’s Independence Day but actually celebrates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

Although it was not a major strategic win in the overall […]

LifeStitches Uganda Project Update: Bike Fixing Program

Here’s recent letter from Uganda. The LifeStitches Uganda Project we support helps women with HIV and AIDS earn money to support their children. Bicycles have helped women travel from their small villages to the LifeStitches workshops where they make napkins and other linens. Dr. Kate Gnauck from New Mexico and now traveling in Uganda sent […]