Santa Fe Tortilla

Inspired by the flavors of the American Southwest, this plant-based twist on a traditional soup uses a unique blend of spices to create flavor and depth. Sweet corn, black beans and roasted green chilies keep it authentic, while organic tortilla strips dissolve to give it extra body and a tamale-like flavor.

Full Ingredient List

Vegetable Stock (Water, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Salt), Water, Cooked Black Beans (Black Beans, Water), Sweet Corn, Onions, Carrots, Celery, Fire Roasted Tomatoes, Roasted Green Chiles, Poblano Peppers, Contains 2% or less of: Tortilla Chips (Stone-ground Corn, Sunflower Oil, Salt), Tomato Juice, Garlic, Organic White Corn Masa, Corn Starch, Cilantro, Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Paprika, Garlic Powder, Lime Juice, Nisin Preparation and Spices.
ALLERGENS: None.

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Delicious Plant-Forward Soups For Dining Facilities

Introducing Chef-crafted plant-based soups, created with the mission of helping people struggling with hunger

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Why Wholesome Crave for Dining Facilities?

Reduce In-House Labor Costs

Provide a delicious, consistent and high quality ready-to-heat soup experience, featuring authentic and robust  global flavor profiles

As a Meal Builder

Our Chef-driven recipes are GMO-free, lower in sodium, utilize organic ingredients, and made with vegetables, no slurries or fillers

Clean Labels

Engage with your enlightened eaters who are aware of their power to make change through the choices they make in their everyday lives

Change the World

Our soups are excellent for creating high-quality, globally-inspired dishes that demonstrate your commitment to diversity and excellence

Equity and Sustainability - For All

Enhance your ESG initiatives by purchasing products with a direct give-back to the nonprofit sector. Our partner, Wholesome Wave, works with community based organizations and healthcare partners to field programs that increase affordable access to fruits and vegetables for low-income community members, then uses outcomes to successfully influence state and federal policy.

Our Soups Are:

Our 8 soups are available in 4lb refrigerated
and 2lb frozen bags.

  • Delicious

  • Plant-Based

  • Nutrient-Dense

  • Utilizing Organic          
    Ingredients

  • 6 of 8 Allergen-Free

  • Dairy-Free

  • 7 of 8 Gluten Free

  • Non-GMO

  • Lower in Sodium

  • No Added Sugar

Our Mission

Create the most flavorful, exciting, plant-forward soups and meal solutions on the market and direct 5% of sales to Wholesome Wave- to provide nutrition incentives so Americans struggling with hunger can purchase the fruits and vegetables they need, but otherwise cannot afford.

Companies frequently makes these claims, but few actually DO the work

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Spiced Carrot

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Tomato Basil

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Native Three Sisters

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Tuscan Bean & Mushroom

Chana Masala Cauliflower

Tomato Basil

Santa Fe Tortilla

Spiced Carrot

Spicy Lentil Veggie

Veggie Chili

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Some Of Our Partners

About Wholesome Wave

Wholesome Wave creates and fields nutrition security incentive programs for low-income Americans to purchase the fruits and vegetables their families need to be healthy. Co-founded in 2007 by Chef Michel Nischan and Gus Schumacher with funding from his former business partner, the late actor Paul Newman, Wholesome Wave is the national food equity non-profit that created a nutrition security movement, and successfully imbedded nutrition incentives in the Federal Farm Bill. The Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program doubles SNAP benefits when SNAP recipients use their benefits to purchase fruits and vegetables.

Wholesome Wave is now working with community based non-profits and Congress to embed their produce prescription concept into health policy.

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“My mom taught me you can make people truly happy through food, and maybe even change the world.



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She was right.”