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Chris Stotts says ...
We just recently are going through a complete 'detoxing' in our home..and whole foods has been our main shopping spot to get our products at..anyhow..making one or two 'soup(s) of the week ' has been a huge part in this..so finding awesome recipes has been SO HELPFUL! Trying out new recipes etc has been REALLY FUN! LOVE IT! THANK YOU!!!
10/17/2011 5:44:10 PM CDT
Melody Mascarenaz says ...
Great video! Our family loves soup I will be purchasing Fig Foods soup on my next trip to the store!
10/17/2011 6:12:25 PM CDT
Tim DeRosa says ...
Sincerity and passion... that's what comes through the slideshow and makes me want to see what Fig Food soups Whole Foods is carrying. Now that the Houston summer is almost over (mid-Oct), soup time is here again.
10/17/2011 6:13:12 PM CDT
Nadiya says ...
I love soup and I do put a lot of thought into preparing one - just like Henry does at Fig Food Co. I try my best to buy only fresh, locally grown produce that I later use in my soups - I can sure taste the difference in flavor and feel good for helping local producers and make a way smaller footprint on the environment.
10/17/2011 6:14:18 PM CDT
Teresa E. says ...
Love it and love this soup!
10/17/2011 7:05:15 PM CDT
FatTomato says ...
ooo tasty tasty! Given the company's name, I was under the impression that they used figs in their soups, but, whatever, it still looks darn tasty!
10/17/2011 7:06:22 PM CDT
Helena says ...
I never really thought soups were very important other than a good thing to eat when you're sick until recently. I guess that's why I began to take more care into them, buying the best ingredients, and taking time to prepare them. They're a source of nutrition that can makes us feel better when we're down.
10/17/2011 11:53:12 PM CDT
R. Rubin says ...
I look forward to trying the various soups!
10/18/2011 7:04:31 AM CDT
Kelly says ...
I love Fig Food Soups! Very interesting reading all the thought that really goes into these soups - I'm sure the same cannot be said for the majority of soup cans at the grocery store, where profit and appealing to people's bland processed taste buds are held higher than the health and well-being of the consumers. Thanks Fig Foods for standing above the rest!
10/18/2011 10:09:41 AM CDT
Rebecca Schiff says ...
What a great company! Thanks for all you do! RS
10/18/2011 2:14:35 PM CDT
Susan says ...
Wonderful to have our food producers caring so much about what they put in their products. Great option when you don't have time to cook!
10/18/2011 3:24:19 PM CDT
Melissa says ...
What's not to love? Has all the right "ingredients" for a superior tasting soup. Yum!
10/18/2011 4:56:58 PM CDT
Calvin says ...
Tasty, thoughtful, and wholesome. What a great model for a family experience that can be sustainable and socially responsible.
10/19/2011 11:48:13 AM CDT
Yas says ...
I always look at the ingredients in the food that I buy because I really care what I choose to put directly into my system. I have so much appreciation for those who work so hard to put the highest quality ingredients together for a tasty yet natural source of food. Much support to Henry's philosophy because the more natural the food, the better it tastes :]
10/21/2011 10:00:10 AM CDT
Caitlin says ...
Sounds wonderful! I am very interested in leading a healthy life and am always looking for things like this to incorporate into my life!
10/25/2011 6:36:51 PM CDT
kailey wengoe says ...
Good website. All posts have a process to learn. Thank you for another important article.
11/04/2011 3:12:16 PM CDT
CathyJ says ...
Finally a producer who gets it with soup and the sodium. If you we're making it at home, would you just take the lid off the shaker and dump all of the contents in the pot, then turn around and happily ladle the soup in the bowl for your family? Thank you for getting it, Fig. Taste the soup, not the salt.
10/28/2012 5:20:18 PM CDT
D says ...
I have been looking forward to purchase Fig Food Co. Pumpkin Puree again this year at my local Whole Foods Market but it doesn't seem to carry it anymore. Can I still have any hopes?
11/17/2012 1:25:38 PM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@D - I double checked on their website and wasn't able to find a pumpkin puree listed on their site. It's possible that they did not make this product this year. I would encourage you to reach out to them directly at http://www.figfood.com/contact.html as I'm sure they'd be happy to help!
11/19/2012 5:36:33 PM CST
Gina says ...
I absolutely love these soups!! I wanted to eat healthy and organic during my pregnancy and these soups were an easy way for me to do it! Thank you for making them, they are delicious!
11/20/2012 1:20:13 PM CST
Debra says ...
I'm delighted that Whole Foods carrries Fig Food Company soups. My favorite soup is Nonna's Minestrone soup - delicious!! Only problem - my local Whole Foods store has been out of Nonna's Minestrone soup for several months now. What's the problem??
07/04/2013 2:13:12 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@DEBRA - Since our buying is done at the store/regional level, your local store will be the best to answer where the product as gone. Check with the grocery team and they'll be happy to help!
07/05/2013 11:26:03 AM CDT
Elaine says ...
We bought Tuscan white bean soup somewhere and love it but do not remember where we bought it . We live I'm Chicago but shop all over , can you help us ? Please we are hungry !! Thank you Elaine
03/18/2014 6:28:36 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@ELAINE - Our soups differ between locations so we don't have an exact list of options. I would suggest calling a store in Chicago to see if this is normally something they carry and if so, if they have a recipe to share!
03/19/2014 2:21:17 PM CDT
susan venezia says ...
I love to make my own soups, using organic farmers market veggies..I find putting all kinds of varieties together makes a yummy soup.. But always on hand Fig Foods soup.My Great-Grandson loves the tomato soup. Thank You for your soups and keep them coming.
05/23/2014 8:34:38 PM CDT

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