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Fantastic Foods was founded in 1975 by Jim and Joan Rosen, starting as a small, vegetarian restaurant in Mill Valley, California. Jim Rosen, with a degree in philosophy and Montessori teaching experience, wanted to achieve two goals: provide healthy, vegetarian food while creating a socially conscious business. He aimed for quality and flavor, and soon the Rosens began selling their healthy and nourishing vegetarian specialties to stores and distributors with increasing success. Rosen later sold the restaurant and devoted himself to manufacturing the prepackaged soups and mixes that make up today's Fantastic Foods' family of products.
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I add beans, a whole large can of crushed tomatoes, and (here's my secret ingredient, pay attention!) a square of UNSWEETENED chocolate. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Chana LLL
Have been searching for this in stores for months, but it just seems to have vanished. Great to have it again!Published 1 month ago by Carl Kanefsky
This chili is delicious. We often make it for a quick and easy meal for meat-loving friends and it is always popular. People ask for the recipe and I have to show them the box! Read morePublished 2 months ago by MomShops
Makes it where one does not have to apologize for being a vegetarian.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Best vegetarian chili on the market. Use variety of add ins to enhance - serve alone, with cornbread, over baked potato, etc. Easy, quick and healthy - what's not to love?Published 5 months ago by Elliot S. Isaac
This isn't like Madras chili. It's a lot hotter. And because it's purchased in quantity you may opt to purchase a single bag before committing. We thought we loved things hot. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Marian
Excellent mix for veggie chili! It makes up quick and doesn't have a bundle of animal fats.Published 8 months ago by C. Smart
For almost 2 decades now one of our favorite meat-substitute dishes. We usually make it with a 15 ounce can of tomato sauce and a can of drained kidney beans, and serve over rice. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joseph T. Adams