Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties

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Many store bought soups are full of unwanted ingredients, but Pacific Foods has set out to create a line of delicious soups with only the best ingredients. They use fresh herbs, spices, and garden vegetables for the fullest flavor without preservatives and artificial ingredients. And Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups actually come in several dairy-free varieties.

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties

At last check, their regular creamy Tomato Soup, Roasted Red Pepper Soup, and French Onion Soup contained dairy. But the ones below are made without any milk ingredients!

Creamy Tomato Basil

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)Ingredients: water, soy base (water, soybeans*)*,tomato paste*, cane sugar*, sea salt, onion puree*, high-oleic sunflower oil*, sodium citrate, garlic puree*, spices*, rice flour*, basil oil*. *Organic. Contains: soy.*

Nutrition (per 1 cup): 90 calories, 2g fat, 13g carbs, 2g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 3g added sugars), 4g protein.*

Creamy Curried Red Lentil

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)Ingredients: water, onions*, carrots*, red lentils*, coconut*, cane sugar*, apple juice concentrate*, curry powder (cane sugar*, spices*, salt, chili pepper*, turmeric*, dehydrated garlic*)*, sea salt, garlic,* apple cider vinegar*, guar gum*, xanthan gum. *Organic. Contains: coconut.*

Nutrition (per 1 cup): 140 calories, 5g fat, 21g carbs, 4g fiber, 8g sugars (includes 6g added sugars), 4g protein.*

Creamy Cashew Carrot Ginger

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)Ingredients: water, carrots*, cane sugar*, creamed coconut*, corn starch*, cashews*, ginger*, sea salt, roasted garlic*, onion powder*, spices*. *Organic. Contains: coconut and cashews.*

Nutrition (per 1 cup): 120 calories, 5g fat, 18g carbs, 3g fiber, 11g sugars (includes 7g added sugars), 1g protein.*

Creamy Butternut Squash (also available in Light in Sodium)

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)Ingredients: butternut squash puree*, water, soy base (water, soybeans*)*, cane sugar*, expeller pressed canola oil*, sea salt, rice flour*, natural flavor, spices*, onion powder*, garlic powder*. *Organic. Contains: soy.*

Nutrition (per 1 cup): 90 calories, 2g fat, 18g carbs, 4g fiber, 6g sugars (includes 4g added sugars), 3g protein.*

More Allergen Notes

Despite the fact that they do make creamy soups containing dairy, we spotted certified Kosher Pareve labels on the dairy-free varieties. Here is what Pacific Foods says about their allergen protocols.

We perform an extensive five step cleaning process of all equipment after each product is produced.  Top 8 allergen ingredients and finished products containing those ingredients are kept in an allotted space.

Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups come in these Dairy-Free Varieties (Reviews and Information)

More Facts on Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups

Price: $4.49 per 32-ounce carton

Availability: Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups are sold at numerous grocers, both natural and mainstream, throughout the U.S. You can also buy them online from retailers like Amazon.

Certifications: These varieties of Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups are Certified Organic and Certified Kosher Pareve.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, these varieties of Pacific Foods Organic Creamy Soups are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*

For More Product Information: Visit the Pacific Foods website at www.pacificfoods.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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Very full flavored and nice consistency

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January 17, 2020

My family has tried three of these soups. The butternut squash was too sweet for us, but we the curried red lentil was delicious! It looks thick, but thins nicely when heated. And the flavor is a nice rich Indian-style curry that’s just lightly spicy. The cashew carrot ginger is very ginger. It’s a nice compliment to the natural sweetness of the carrots and cashews, but I don’t recommend this soup for the ginger averse!

Alisa Fleming

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  1. I too did not like it by itself but when I simmered organic celery into two cups of it and then real mashed potatoes it was delicious. The next time around I used celery again but before adding the mashed potatoes added 1% lactaid milk (yes, dairy, but with the latase enzyme added for digestibility) and then the potatoes did not cream as they did with only two cups of butternut squash soup. But I ate a large bowl full with fat free crotons added. Then I used the remainder of the squash, Lactaid milk, real mashed potato soup to add Birds Eye microwaveable frozen garlic peas and mushrooms. Absolutely delicious with reduced fat Triscuits added to soak up the liquid. Very much a comfort food.

    • Thanks for sharing your modifications Lynn! Sounds like it really saved the soups! Those who can’t have dairy at all could use coconut milk beverage, particularly in the squash one – those flavors go nicely!