NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Soupman, Inc. (OTCQB:"SOUP"), makers of fabulous gourmet soup which inspired the famous "Seinfeld" soup episode, today announced that it is partnering with George Naddaff, the founder of Boston Market, to bring Soupman soups to strategic restaurant partners and other food service venues across this great country. Mr. Naddaff is the Chairman and CEO of Business Expansion Consulting Company, a Boston-based M & A advisory and consulting firm, which focuses on expanding growth brands with its extensive contacts and experiences in the restaurant industry.
Jamie Karson, Soupman's Chairman and CEO, stated, "We are very happy to be working with George and his company to expand our distribution by bringing Soupman soups to restaurants and other food service venues across America. Our immediate goal is to increase sales and widen our distribution with quality partnerships. So, to partner with George Naddaff, who launched one of the most successful restaurant concepts of all time, we are confident that he will help us achieve our incremental revenue targets on an expedited basis."
George Naddaff, commented, "I have been a big fan of Soupman soups for quite some time and I believe that the extraordinary quality of the soups will resonate with consumers all over the country. I have built long-standing relationships in the food industry and I intend to introduce Soupman to the most beneficial strategic partners. It is time for this brand to explode."
About Soupman, Inc.
The Original Soupman® offers over 50 varieties of soups including such famous flavors as Lobster Bisque, Crab Bisque, Chicken Gumbo, Crab Corn Chowder, Mulligatawny, Butternut Squash, Jambalaya, Shrimp Bisque, Italian Sausage, Eggplant Parmigiana, Tomato Basil and many more. The Original Soupman® soups are also available in 7 varieties in 17 ounce Tetra Pak cartons in grocery stores including Publix, Kroger, Ralph's, Vons, Pavilions, HEB, Shoprite, Wegman's and Safeway among many others. The soups can also be ordered online and at Amazon.com. For a store tracker or to order, go to www.originalsoupman.com.
Consumers can visit the Soupman ladling soups, talking pictures with fans and signing autographs at his original store in NYC on 55 Street & 8th Ave, and throughout the nation at supermarkets.
In 1984, The Original Soupman opened its doors at 55th Street & 8th Avenue in Manhattan and quickly became a worldwide destination. Rated #1 by Zagat and praised by the New York Times as "Art, not Soup," it set the standard for innovation and excellence long before the famous "Seinfeld" episode made it a cultural icon. We sell soup across America in Tetra Pak cartons to grocery stores next to Campbell's and Progresso as well in our franchise restaurants, soupmobiles and through foodservice companies. Jamieson Karson, former CEO of Steven Madden, LTD., is our Chairman and CEO. Tim Gannon, Gary Matthews and Reggie Jackson are on our Board of Advisors. Soupman Inc., is a fully reporting public company trading on the OTCQB under the symbol SOUP. For additional information on our company please visit: www.originalsoupman.com, Twitter@OriginalSoupMan and "Like" us on Facebook.
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