Our Mission

The Boulder Organic Mission? That’s a no-brainer. We make soup better.

Much better. Crazy better. Shout-it-from-the-rooftops better. It’s time for a wake-up call for the way we eat, and we’re here to deliciously smack some sense into our society of un-wellbeing. We use real food to provoke real change by the spoonful—doing things better for the benefit of everyone and everything.

We stir the literal and metaphorical pot with fresh, un-junked-up food that comes from a garden, not a lab.

We stand for uncompromising organic ingredients and planet-loving practices that make our world (and all the people in it) happier and healthier.

We do right by our team and our community because sharing good things is the best measure of success.

We live for making all this better-ness accessible to all.

We are Boulder Organic Foods, and we awaken a better world by making better soup.

Nature Rocks Our World

We’ve got a major thing for organic eating and we’re not ashamed to show it. This is Boulder Organic!, where we feed our passion for garden-grown ingredients and wholesome fare with temptingly nutritious recipes you’ll be hard-pressed to resist.

Always Organic
Always Gluten-Free
Always Non-GMO
Vegetarian Options

In our kitchens, we accept only the best—like whole, organic produce (much of it’s local), savory spices (a pinch of this and a dash of that) and people with a passion for doing things right (everything is personally prepared just like you’d make it yourself). We laugh in the face of artificial ingredients and preservatives because frankly, compromise just isn’t our style. And honestly, who wants to eat something that’s been sitting on a shelf for a year? Not us, that’s for sure.

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Come experience what nature intended food to taste like, and hurry up it before it gets cold! Actually…it’ll definitely be cold because Boulder Organic! products are sold in your grocer’s deli refrigerator. Find a store near you and enjoy some today.

  • FAQ's

  • Are all of your soups certified organic?

    Yes. All of our soups are certified organic by Oregon Tilth!

  • Are all of your soups certified gluten-free?

    Yes. All of our soups are certified gluten-free by the GFCO!

  • Are all of your soups Non-GMO?

    Yes, all of our soups are GMO-Free!

  • Does the soup contain any allergens?

    All of our soups are crafted in a dedicated facility free from wheat, gluten, peanuts, egg, soy, shellfish, and sesame. Two varieties, our Red Lentil Dahl Soup and Carrot Ginger Soup with Coconut, contain coconut milk, which is a tree nut. Three of our soups, our Roasted Tomato Basil Soup, Butternut Squash Soup with Sage, and Potato Leek Soup contain dairy products and casein. Please visit the individual soup webpages for a complete list of ingredients for each variety.

  • Do you offer vegan or vegetarian varieties?

    Yes. Over half of our varieties are vegan or vegetarian. Please visit the Our Soups page to learn more about these options.

  • How long is the soup good after opening?

    We recommend eating the soup within 3-4 days of opening.

  • Can I freeze the soup to prolong its shelf life?

    While we never freeze our fresh soup, you can place unopened tubs in your freezer for up to six months.

  • What are the sodium levels in the soup?

    Most of our soup varieties average 400-600mg per serving. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300mg a day – or 1,500mg if you’re age 51 or older. Other companies use salt as a preservative, which is why most canned soup has very high sodium levels. We use salt in moderation as a spice.

  • How much added sugar is in your soups?

    The vast majority of the sugar content in our soups is naturally occurring within the fresh vegetables we use. We add sugar in very small quantities within our chicken and veggie bases. There is no more than 0.6 added grams of sugar per serving in any of our soup varieties.

  • Do you use preservatives?

    No. We never use preservatives, artificial ingredients, or fillers.

  • Are the plastic containers for your tubs safe for food packaging?

    Yes. They are made with #5 Polypropylene which is a non-leaching, non-BPA, and non-Phthalate containing plastic. To learn more about this plastic, please visit our Doing Good page.

  • Why is fresh soup better than canned soup?

    Fresh soup simply tastes better and is often healthier than sodium-loaded canned soup. Canned soups can be several years old by the time you eat it, but our fresh soup is intended to be eaten within a few weeks of purchase. But who are we to say, try for yourself!

  • Does the soup need to be refrigerated?

    Yes. Our soup is prepared and stored fresh for maximum flavor and nutrition!

  • Where can I find the soup in my local grocery store?

    At most grocery stores our soup is available in the prepared foods aisle or the deli refrigerator where other fresh products are sold.

  • How long should I heat up my soup for?

    Microwave: Empty entire tub into microwave safe bowl, heat on high for 2 minutes, stir well, and heat on high for one more minute.
    Stove Top: Empty entire tub into saucepan, put on medium heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

  • Does your soup contain MSG?

    No. None our our soup contains MSG or any of the following MSG imitators: autolyzed yeast extract, hydrolyzed yeast extract, or soy protein.

For the Love Of Soup