Seasonal Soups

Get the most out of your soups!

WHICH SEASONAL FLAVORS SHOULD YOU SERVE?

Butternut squash and loaded baked potato are two flavors that spike in the fall, so consider menuing them to drive more seasonal sales.

Source: The NPD Group SupplyTrack®, measured
in pounds, latest 12 months, ending November 2017

 

COOLER WEATHER CALLS FOR A HEARTY SERVING OF VEGETABLES.

74% of guests say they’re more likely to order soup that includes a serving of vegetables. By calling out the serving of vegetables in each soup on the menu, you can increase purchase intent in your guests.

Source: Technomic Soup & Salad Consumer
Trend Report, 2018

 

INCREASE THE FRESH PERCEPTION.

Typically seasonal ingredients cue freshness to guests, so make sure to highlight classic fall ingredients on the menu.

 

UPCHARGE FOR A TASTE OF THE SEASON.

Consider offering soup flights, giving you the opportunity for incremental sales and guests the chance to try more seasonal flavors. Also, by offering soup flights that are a taste of the season, you can demonstrate your seasonal relevance.

Some of Our Favorite Seasonal Soups

Kettle Cuisine – Fresh soups using stocks made from scratch, naturally raised meats and freshly harvested vegetables. Keep these soups refrigerated and never freeze to maintain proper textures and consistency. Use their soups for also main or side dishes. Check out these inspire recipes using Kettle Cuisine soups.

Chipotle Sweet Potato Soup

A delicate puree blend of caramelized sweet potato, carrots and vegetable stock with spicy chipotle, chopped cilantro and a touch of sesame oil.

Item: #78488

Spiced Pumpkin Bisque

A puree of pumpkin, sweet potatoes, chicken stock with tempered light cream, brown sugar and a pinch of nutmeg.

Item: #78491

Lentil Soup

Hearty lentils, vibrant carrots and caramelized onions with sautéed garlic, extra virgin olive oil. Balsamic vinegar, Moroccan spices and hand-chopped parsley.

Item: #78489

Campbells

Frozen and ready to boil in bag

Harvest Butternut Squash

Rich butternut squash simmered with cream and a blend of warm spices including ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Item: #81302

Roasted Red Pepper & Smoked Gouda Bisque

Velvety-rich bisque  of pureed roasted red bell peppers, smoked and shredded Gouda, whole basil  leaves & crushed garlic and finished with fresh cream.

Item: #81214

Beef Pot Roast

Made with tender beef and vegetables including potatoes, carrots and celery in a seasoned broth simmered with aromatic herbs.

Item: #81206

Ethnic Soup Options

Campbell’s Red Lentil Vegetable Soup

Dark red lentils and diced tomatoes simmered in vegetable broth with onions, zucchini, spinach, smoked paprika and a splash or sherry wine

Item: #81266

Campbell’s Wicked Thai Chicken & Rice

An exotic blend of chicken, rice, peppers and aromatic spices enhanced with the flavor of lemongrass, cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, sliced chives and rice.

Item: #81270

Campbell’s Tequila Spiked Fiesta Chicken

Grilled chicken, roasted corn, green & red peppers, a kick of jalapeno and a splash of white tequila combined to creamy perfection with a dash of lime juice and cilantro.

Item: #81212 

 

Kettle Cuisine Hungarian Mushroom Soup

This fresh soup includes delicately sautéed mushrooms in a rich, roux thickened beef stock with light cream, madeira wine, chopped dill, sour cream and a pinch of Hungarian paprika.

Item: #78504

Other Soup Options

 

Whitey’s Beef Chili with Beans – #34106

Loaded with premium beef and beans, fresh tomatoes, onions and a special blend of herbs and spices.

 

Blount – frozen and ready to boil in bag

Spiced Pumpkin Bisque –  #81174

Butternut Squash & Apple  – #81178

Thanksgiving Everyday – #81188

Steak and Ale Chowder – #81191

Check out some pairings to go with Campbell’s seasonal favorites

Garnishing Tips

Beyond the bowl using Campbell’s soups as an ingredient to create new recipes.

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