Last updated on September 13th, 2016 at 01:55 pm
Soupman’s newest slow-cooked, small-batch soup variety—Shrimp Bisque–is now arriving at major grocery chains, including Publix, H-E-B, Acme, Shaw’s, Heinen’s, Fairway and more. Original Soupman soups are available in the soup aisle in Tetra Pak cartons.
“Shrimp Bisque is a delicious soup made with loads of shrimp and is hearty and tasteful, but not too heavy,” said Soupman CEO Jamieson Karson. “Our customers at our Original Soupman store on 55th Street and 8th Avenue in NYC have raved about the unique flavor profile of our Shrimp Bisque for years and we are now making it available to grocery shoppers all across America. We compete head-to-head with Campbell’s and Progresso in the soup aisles of the best grocers in the country, and now with the introduction of Shrimp Bisque, which joins our other premium soups like Lobster Bisque, Crab Corn Chowder, Chicken Gumbo and Jambalaya, we are gaining traction and awareness with repeat purchases and new customers. This year alone, we have added new accounts such as Shaw’s, Bi-Lo, Winn-Dixie, Acme, Price Chopper, Key Foods, Gristedes, Heinen’s and others because customers around the country are demanding our premium soups. We are on track to meet or exceed our internal sales projections for the balance of the year and to have a great soup season.”