So I actually took a lunch break today at work (I usually eat my yummy homemade lunch at my desk, checking the boards, etc), so I walked over to Vons to check out their soups. It's kinda chilly (ok, chilly for Southern CA), and a warm veggie soup or minestrone sounded yummy. They had four soups out in their deli and I was shocked that not ONE was vegetarian! Sure, I could have picked out the chicken from the chicken noodle, but that's just gross, not to mention the chicken broth it was cooked in... yuck. Luckily, I had a tomato/cucumber sandwich in my car, but it was just so frustrating to be unable to get a warm bowl of soup from one fo the largest grocery chains in the US. Seriously! Had I not brought a lunch, I would have been forced to buy something in a can, swipe a plastic bowl, and heat it up int he breakroom. Maybe add an organic apple (which I did buy) for extra nutrients. Does this happen you guys often? Do your grocery stores offer ready-made vegetarian options int he deli? Should I complain to the manager?