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Amy's Organic Black Bean Chili, 14.7-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
- Pack of twelve, 14.7-ounce cans(total of 176.4-ounces)
- Full-flavored black bean chili
- No GMOs, low fat, no gluten ingredients
- High in protein and fiber and vegan
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Individuals with Food Allergies: This product is manufactured in a facility that produces foods containing wheat, milk, soy, tree nuts and seeds. Amy's Kitchen does not use any peanuts, fish, shellfish or eggs.
Organic Black Beans, Organic Tomatoes, Organic Onions, Filtered Water, Organic Bell Peppers, Organic Green Chiles, Organic High Oleic Safflower and/or Sunflower Oil, Organic Lime Juice, Sea Salt, Spices, Organic Garlic.
Heat and serve. Please do not overcook.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've tried various Amy's products, frozen and canned. Not so crazy about a lot of her frozen meals or pasta sauce (ew), but her soups have a lot of good candidates. This is one of the best.
It stands up fine on its own, but for a more complete protein, I like to add whole grain pasta or rice. Sometimes, I go the traditional route and add low fat cheddar and onions. Sometimes, low fat cheese and low fat sour cream.
This is a staple in my pantry, cause I"m lazy about cooking. I do like to add stuff to it, but definitely a nice chili for a canned version.
I am not sure if there is a light in sodium version--but I sure wish there was. Amy's has some nice lighter sodium stuff, and I would happily purchase a version of this one with less salt. I use this a lot for quickie lunches at home.
Do be aware that ordering via amazon means you're gonna get some dented cans. Always happens to me. Occasionally, the dents are so bad, I have to throw out a can or more. The last time, they were mildly dented, but still, wish they'd package the stuff better. Dented cans are worrisome.
Updated Jan 2013: I still love this. I still wish they had a lower sodium one. I had some last night when a bean craving hit, and today I'm up 3 lbs just from sodium bloat. But the stuff is thick and comforting and nummy.Read more ›
The chili is mild flavored with sweet undertones. This particular variety is low fat medium spicy. It is actually not very spicy at all.
The chili has no GMOs, no bioengineered ingredients, no trans fats, no added MSG, and no preservatives.
The chili ingredients are organic black beans, filtered water, organic onions, organic tomato puree, organic diced tomatos, organic bell peppers, organic green chiles, organic high Oleic safflower and/or sunflower oil, organic lime juice, sea salt, organic spices, organic garlic, and black pepper.
The chili has 200 cal. per serving and the container states that it holds 2 servings. Each serving is said to be one cup or 260 g.
Each serving also contains 3 g fat, 680 mg sodium, 31 g carbs, 13 g fiber, 3 g sugar, and 13 g protein.
I give this chili 3/5 for flavor, 5/5 for thickness and texture, 5/5 for maintaining organic integrity, 0/5 for truth in labeling.
If my math is correct, a cup is still 8 oz. and the can only holds 14.7 oz. Therefore, two servings should equal 16 oz. and not 14.7 oz.
The chili also has an extremely high sodium content 680 mg for a total of 1360 mg per can.
I just found out that on their website, it says the cans are BPA FREE, so this is great news, because I worry about BPA and limit our canned food accordingly. But this doesn't have BPA so I'll be serving it up!
I often add vegetables to it, sautéing them first, and adding the chili later.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great chili, the best canned chili I have ever had, and I've had a lot of them. One problem - it's expensive as hell in most stores. Target sells it for $2. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ricardo_guerrero
A good but somewhat bland black bean chili which is labeled as medium. Just as with most of Amy's soups which I have tried, the spices are subtle, not bold. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles van Buren
It's all natural and organic, really east to prepare, and it tastes great!I will be ordering more in the future!Published on March 7, 2014 by Deb Noel
Title says it all. One of the best chili's you can buy premade. I usually add some Sriracha and greek yogurt and its great.Published on December 23, 2013 by Christopher Simons