Frequently Asked Questions
The best way to heat your soup is to drop the frozen bag in boiling water for approximately 40 minutes. Carefully remove the bag from the water, cut it open and pour into your serving dish. The same applies to refrigerated soup – only heat it for 20 minutes on the stovetop.
We do not recommend you microwave our bags of soup but prefer you follow the boil-in-bag instructions as mentioned above.
We make our products in a variety of sizes so the length of time needed to heat your package will vary. Please consult the package for exact heating instructions. If using the stovetop, pour product into a heavy saucepan and heat over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until hot. For microwave use, be sure to remove the plastic seal from the package and loosely cover with microwavable plastic wrap or paper towel before microwaving. Stir the soup halfway through the recommended cooking time.
For best results, we recommend you serve your refrigerated product right away. If you'd like to freeze it, you can, as long as it is frozen before the use by date on the package. Once frozen, it will last nine months from that date in your freezer.
No, we do not recommend you refreeze the product after it has been heated. The best way to store it after it has been heated is to let it cool to 39°F or less, then cover and store it in your refrigerator for up to 3 days.
We offer Wheat Free, All Natural, Organic, Vegetarian and Vegan soups that may be time consuming to make.
Blount’s refrigerated soups have a 50-90 day shelf-life and frozen soups have 365 days from the date of manufacture. Please check the use by date on the package.