Thyme is an herb that has had the benefit of being extensively researched. As a result, this ingredient is the primary feature in Buckeye’s Chicken & Thyme Soup and contributes to its growing popularity.
It should come as no surprise the name Buckeye Beans and Herbs comes from the premium beans and herbs in its soup mixes. Grown by local farms in the Pacific Northwest, the beans used in Buckeye soup mixes provide heartwarming flavor to every bowl. Bean soup tastes excellent, and its nutritional value can keep a person feeling great throughout the day.
One box of soup from Buckeye Beans & Herbs makes nine cups of soup, enough to feed more than an entire family. The leftover soup is usually saved for later, but this leaves some to wonder how long a soup can stay safe in the fridge.
How long a soup will last after being refrigerated is highly variable, depending on the ingredients. Some ingredients may spoil quicker than others, but Buckeye recommends keeping a soup in the fridge no longer than four days.
Since the beginning, Buckeye Beans & Herbs proudly to served its local farming community. We use beans, peas, and lentils from the Pacific Northwest to create our flavors in each of our soups. These ingredients give our soups their iconic flavors and help sustain our community.
Buckeye Beans and Herbs would like to thank you for all of the support we have received over the years. We are proud to have shared our rustic soups with so many people. What once began as a small handful of people has grown into a large community of people who share our love of hearty soup mixes.