Honest and authenticity and transparency are part of our core beliefs at Good Stock. With food, that’s more important now than ever. Not only because of the loads of bullsh** that people are trying to pull these days, but we believe it’s important to know what we and our customers are putting into our bodies.
Ingredients and nutritional info form the crux of that, so we want to be as clear with our guests as possible about what’s in our food. We currently have nutritional information for a large portion of our menu, but not all. So I wanted to tell you where to find our nutrition info currently, and what we’re doing to get the rest.
The place to find the nutritional info for our soups in on the individual soup pages within our Soup Library. For example, if you click on the image of Beef Chili, you’ll see a short writeup on the soups, the ingredients listed, and the nutritional info for that soup.
Why All of Our Soups Don’t Have Nutritional Info Yet
The process of analyzing the nutritional information for food is quite tedious. In short, every ingredient needs to be weighed before and after cooking; the yield of the soup needs to be measured; all that data is inputted into computers; the model returns data. Because we change our menu so often, it’s not worth doing all that work for a soup that is only on our menu for 2-3 days. Once it becomes a regular feature on the menu or part of Stock Up, we’ll certainly have that info.
In the meantime, we will always list all of the ingredients for the soups that don’t have the full analysis done yet. For instance, our West African Peanut Stew has the ingredient info listed, just not the full nutritional analysis.
If something is not listed, please do not hesitate to reach out and ask us! Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. And feel free to holler with any questions at all! We're happy to tell you everything you want to know about our soups.
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