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In ancient Greece, as early as 600 B.C., a soup made of peas, lentils and beans was sold at stalls on the street.

Yankee White Bean

Yankee White Bean

Llamas in the back yard, horses in the front, and inside the house? Antique wooden kitchen tools, colorful advertisements from bygone eras, and a row of seats from the old Carnegie Hall in New York City. What to call these accomplished, well traveled commercial photographers? Our Vermont neighbors! While he is a gourmet cook, her recipe is the inspiration for our Yankee White Bean soup. Great Northern, Cannellini and Yankee Beans simmered in a warm, rich broth filled with chunks of chicken and roasted red peppers … all with just the right amount of spices. Comforting, fun and interesting with a "spicy" kick, just like our neighbors!

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Water, Onions, Yankee Beans, Cannellini Beans, Great Northern Beans, Cooked White Chicken Meat, Chicken Stock, Cheddar Cheese (Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Roasted Red Peppers, Roasted Jalapeno Peppers, Rice Starch, Cream (From Milk), Garlic, Lower Sodium Sea Salt, Soy Lecithin, Cumin, Cayenne Pepper

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Yankee White Bean

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Yankee or Navy Beans:

So called because, as a rich, convenient source of protein and carbohydrates, the U.S. Navy has used these beans as a staple food for servicemen and women since the mid-1800s. Yankee Beans are small and white with a subtle flavor that blends beautifully with our soups.

Cannellini Beans:

The nutty-flavored, white Cannellini bean looks like a kidney bean in size and shape. Catherine de Medici, daughter of the wealthy Medici family from Tuscany, was sent to France in 1533 at age 14 to marry the future King of France. It is said (mostly by Italians) that Catherine, along with the chefs she brought from Tuscany, greatly influenced French cuisine bringing these very same cannellini beans to the French court, which then inspired the creation of the classic French dish: cassoulet.

A 'New World' Original wows Europe!

The Great Northern Bean, also part of the white bean family, was grown in the Americas centuries before the arrival of Europeans and quickly hitched a ride to Europe where it became an instant hit!

Tipppity Top Chicken

Located in Marietta, Georgia since 1947, Tip-Top is a family owned and operated food manufacturer that embraces the saying, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Soon after Al founded the company, he invited his lifelong friend Chet to join. Today both their sons work side by side, continuing the family tradition of providing "Tip-Top" quality service and products to their customers!