While reading about the Sebastian Rametta, the founder of Original SoupMan, plans of expansion which would take the number of their kiosks in America and Canada to 1000, not many of us see this move as anything beyond a sharp business move. After all, people all over America are crazy for lip-smacking soups of Original SoupMan and can never have enough of them. But there is more to it than what meets the eye. Al Yeganeh, the “Soup Nazi” has not only been the inspiration for the entire group for his constant endeavor to take soups to a new level of culinary excellence but also to reach out to those who need help.
Started in 2005, and led by Reggie Jackson, the American icon and Hall of Famer, Al's Foundation donates a portion of every purchase to feeding those in need. They also donate a certain amount every time they open a restaurant. So far, more than 40,000 people have been fed and with expansion plans in pipeline the number is expected to double in no time. Next time you gorge on gourmet soup at the Original SoupMan you can do so with a clear conscious that you are also contributing towards feeding those in need.
While the success of Original SoupMan rests on the core values, namely consistency and quality, the brand is doing more than just serving gourmet soups to the nation. They are leading by example whether it’s the matter of developing and perfecting recipes of soups or offering the best quality packed soups sans any artificial tastes or flavors. Is it any wonder that other popular soup brands are also following the suit? Under the management of Sebastian Rametta, the soup kiosks and restaurants serve only fresh meat and soups that are prepared on a daily basis. Guests at Original SoupMan are assured of not only scrumptious and mouthwatering treats but a healthy meal at a premier soup brand outlets, enough reason to keep bringing them back.