The portion sizes seem kind of small, but upon testing them, they're the perfect size for lunch. The flavors I sampled were chicken soup with noodles, Angus beef chili with beans, and chicken chili with white beans.
How were they? Delicious. The beef chili is thick and tomatoey, a little bit spicy, with nice sized hunks of meat and beans. My mom thought it should have been a bit spicier, but I liked it how it was. The chicken chili came next. I liked it better than the beef chili, surprisingly. It was spicy, but not overly so, and full of delicious stuff that I don't remember but it was so delicious. Today we ate the chicken noodle soup for lunch. Neither my mom or I were expecting much from the chicken noodle soup, but were impressed. This soup had big chunks of chicken, vegetables, and nice thick noodles.
Overall verdict? Awesome. I wish they were sold in stores in Pennsylvania, but my lucky mom can pick them up at her local Wholefoods. We actually bought her some today to eat while I'm gone, some of the other flavors we didn't try. She is going to let me know what she thinks. Look for them in the freezer section of your grocery store (Wholefoods, Wegmans, check out the website for locations).