Welcome to Mary Ann's Beans
Home of the finest Gourmet Bean Soup mixes and Gourmet Seasoning packages
Mary Ann's Beans as part of a Healthy Lifestyle Mary Ann's Beans are convenient, easy and healthy to include into your 5-A-Day diet. A serving (1/3 cup of cooked beans) contains around 80 calories, no cholesterol, lots of complex carbohydrates, and little fat. In addition, beans are a good source of B vitamins, potassium, and fiber, which promotes digestive health. Eating beans may help prevent colon cancer, and reduce blood cholesterol (a leading cause of heart disease). Beans are also a good source of folate (especially the cranberry beans in our outstanding Rocky Mountain Cranberry Bean Soup Mix) which can significantly reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease. Another great bonus of many of the Mary Ann's Beans Soup mixes, is that they fit into a gluten free diet. (**Note the exceptions of the Colorado Beans and Barley and Split Pea and Barley mixes.) So go ahead and serve your family a great tasting and healthy home-cooked meal using the great variety of Mary Ann's Beans Gourmet Soup Mixes.
Mary Ann's Beans as a part of the Local/Slow Food Movement Mary Ann's Beans is owned and operated by the Lankister Family on their ranch in beautiful central Wyoming. Our family includes our three daughters whom, even the smallest, can each find a job to share in the packaging of our delicious and nutritious soups and seasonings. Each spice is measured by hand and each bag is filled and tied by a member of our family. We appreciate the opportunity to take a part in providing your family with a tasty meal that is also good for you!
We believe in a back-to-the-basics approach to the way we grow, prepare, and eat our food. The food we grow, which is mainly our grassfed beef, is produced in a manner that takes into account the soil, water, grass, wildlife, livestock, and the people that care for these resources. We intend to source the products (beans and spices) that we don't grow ourselves from like-minded farmers who are concerned for the sustainability of their agricultural endeavors. We prepare our foods so that they remain as close to a "whole food" as possible, with no additives, preservatives or unnecessary processing. And finally, we eat our food together, sitting down at the diner table together as a family enjoying the food and fellowship that this time together provides.