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organic pinto beans, filtered water, monterey jack cheese (pasteurized milk, culture, salt, enzymes), organic whole wheat flour, organic unbleached wheat flour, organic diced tomatoes, olives, organic onions, organic tomato purée, organic corn masa (organic stoneground corn flour, trace of lime), expeller pressed high oleic safflower and/or sunflower oil, sea salt, organic fire roasted poblano peppers, jalapeño peppers, organic wheat gluten, organic garlic, spices, organic balsamic vinegar (organic wine vinegar, organic grape must).
Contains: wheat and milk
In 1987, Andy and Rachel Berliner made the first pot pie right out of their family home. Years later, not much has
changed, except the size of our pots.
BORN AND RAISED IN PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA.
It’s impossible to separate the birth of Amy’s Kitchen from the birth of Rachel and Andy’s daughter, Amy. Not only
is the family business named after her, it’s in her DNA.
GOODNESS IS OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLE.
it any other way. We’re not in the business of making shareholders happy. In fact, we don’t have shareholders. We’re in the business
of cooking delicious, organic vegetarian meals for everyone. We were organic before it was a national certification. So when the
U.S. Department of Agriculture decided to create standards for organic, they looked to us for guidance.
Together with other industry leaders, we helped pioneer the organic food industry and, more importantly,
we helped make organic food available to more people. All of our dishes are non-GMO and we’re a proud
supporter of GMO labeling initiatives. Because we believe that people have a right to know what they put
in their bodies.
We were also one of the first to market with non-BPA-lined cans, and we’re happy to see many other food
companies following our lead. Our commitment to organic ensures that farmers aren’t exposed to harmful
chemicals and pesticides.
Our goal is to do things the right way. Right by our customers. Right by our farmers. Right by our family of employees.
And right by our Earth. The right way isn’t always the smart way or the easy way, but it’s the only way we’re interested in.