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Nutrition Therapy for Low-Income Cancer Patients and those with degenerative diseases. We operate under the premise that humanity can heal itself of many ills when we begin with a foundation of nutrition and compassion.

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Nutrition Therapy for Cancer Patients

For centuries, soup has been used as the best nutritional source for those in diminished or vulnerable states of health. Because our soup recipes are easily digestible and contains a full spectrum of nutrients, it is considered the most complete single meal.

Organic Soup Kitchen soups contain only nutrients that enhance and protect physical health, critical to those with compromised health conditions.

Options also include pureed soups with a non-acidic base for cancer patients.

Why Organic Soup Kitchen?

When formulating our recipes we are always mindful of great taste and nutrient value as well. The pureed low-acid options are formulated to nourish our cancer patients, seniors or anyone with issues regarding swallowing or digesting and are great for regenerating the body.

Our soups are 90% – 100% organic, vegan, gluten free, GMO free, low sodium and low glycemic. We use only premium ingredients that provide the richest combination of protein, carbs, minerals and fats that are required to keep the body healthy. As with traditional cultures, we use organic herbs and spices that provide a myriad of health benefits, including: anti-inflammation, balanced blood sugars, improved circulation as well as anti-oxidant properties.

KEEPING IT LOCAL

Collaborating with local farms and food vendors allows us to maximize the value of every dollar we receive. By utilizing organic produce from local farmer’s markets, we are able to minimize our carbon-footprint while maximizing our community outreach.

Serving nutrient-dense soups to cancer patients and to those impacted by degenerative diseases.

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We are a non-profit organization providing wholesome food to members of our community who need it most.

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