Organic Quinoa, Kale & Red Lentil Soup
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14.4 oz / $0.27 per oz
Everyone needs a bff (best food friend). Ours is Amy—of Amy's Kitchen. This soup with nourishing kale, quinoa, and lentils is a quick, easy lunch any day of the week.
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Once upon a time there was a hungry girl with no time to cook and not a veggie in the crisper drawer. Sound familiar? Because it's us. We are her. And we know every hungry guy or gal needs a bff (best food friend). Ours is Amy—errm, Amy's Kitchen. With this can of delectable lentil quinoa soup, we can confidently call ourselves "well fed." Quick, easy, and organic—these soups get us through the week.
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- Women Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- Recycled Content Packaging
- Renewable Energy
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
- Poverty & Hunger
Amy's soup cans and sauce jars can be rinsed and placed in your curbside recycling bin.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
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How it does good
The gold standard in organic food since 1987
Amy’s Kitchen is one of the first companies to make organic, healthy food popular and accessible. They use sustainably-harvested, organic, and non-GMO ingredients for their ready-made meals, soups, and sauces. Why? Because it’s not only better for people, it’s far kinder to our planet. Amy’s sources from local California farms whenever possible to support the community and keep their carbon footprint low. Plus, they were one of the first to use BPA-free, recyclable aluminum cans for their products. These “common” practices are only common because of Amy’s. In fact, the USDA (and others) looked to Amy’s when they were setting organic and environmental standards.
One of the first companies to use recyclable cans without BPA lining, you might say Amy’s is the gold standard in sustainable packaging.Learn More
The ingredients in Amy’s products are sourced from local organic farms when possible. Their meals are always vegetarian because eating and farming meat has major environmental consequences.Learn More
supporting key causes
At Amy’s Kitchen, taking care of people is at the heart of why they make food. They extend that care with their Community Giving Program, which includes food and financial contributions to the local communities where they work. Amy's also offers their employees 16 hours of paid time to volunteer within their own communities.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Amy's Santa Rosa production facility is certified TRUE Zero Waste. They also helped bring a new industrial-scale solar project onto the grid, and they're an EPA Smartway Partner, which is advancing supply chain sustainability by improving freight transportation efficiency.Learn More
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What started in a family kitchen has grown into something that serves people and the planet. Amy's has been organic since long before organic was even a certification. Which is why some of the USDA standards are based on their guidance. They've worked hard to transform their industry and make good, organic food available to everyone.Shop Brand
*How to use
Put your soup in a bowl and microwave it, or go old-school and use the stove top method.
What People Are Saying
Good tasting and hearty, a great changeup from my fav Amy's soup, yellow lentil
Amy quinoa kale soup
A bit spicy and delicious.
The soup literally burned my throat from the spices. Normally I like some spice but this was so over done with hot seasonings that I couldn't taste anything else.
I was surprised. I really liked it
I didn't care for the flavor of this soup.