Kettle Cuisine is a company that sells gluten-free soups. I have heard of them for years but had never tried any of the gluten-free soups until recently. I can whole heartedly say that they win my approval.
Unlike most soups, these are not sold in a can. They are frozen. They come in 10 ounce single serving bowls which can be cooked in the microwave.
I was very pleased with these soups. They tasted great and I would not have guessed they were a frozen soup if someone had handed it to me already heated. The soups are hearty and contain plenty of chunky, whole food ingredients.
Speaking of ingredients, here is what’s in the chicken noodle soup:
“Chicken Stock, Chicken Meat, Rice Noodles (brown rice, rice bran, water), Carrots, Celery, Onions, Chicken Fat, Sea Salt, Spices.”
That’s the kind of soup I make for my family, and the kind I like to buy.
Kettle Cuisine is not a strictly gluten-free company, but they have a wide selection of gluten-free soups including vegetarian, dairy free, and low fat varieties. I was pleased to find that 6 of their 10 gluten-free soups are also dairy free.
Regarding the gluten-free status of their soups, Kettle Cuisine states on their site:
“We carefully segregate cooking of all gluten free soups and only begin cooking soups containing gluten once gluten free cooking is complete. In addition, we test every batch for less than 5 parts of gluten per million, which is well below the FDA’s proposal for 20 parts per million. As a result of these practices, we are proud to be officially certified as a gluten free manufacturer by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO).”
Where to Buy:
Kettle Cuisine soups are sold at a wide variety of retailers. In my area, they are sold at a number of health food stores as well as Giant, Wegmans and Whole Foods. You can find a store near you using their Where to Buy page on their site.
I also found some of their soups on Amazon. Make sure you order only gluten-free varieties.
The Giveaway: Kettle Cuisine is offering 5 free product coupons, several additional coupons, and a tote bag to one winner. You might want check their Where to Buy page to be sure you can use the coupons.
The giveaway is open it US and Canadian residents, but a Canadian winner would receive a $25 CAD gift card instead of the items listed above.
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Disclaimer: I was provided with free soup to sample, but was not paid for this review. The opinions in this post are my own.