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Okay, this is weird, because I wondered the same thing about soups I had at Stowe, VT.

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Posted to Thread #29526 at 12:30 pm on Mar 31, 2017

Shaw's is a medium size store but they had a wonderful assortment of prepared soups in the deli section (16 oz tubs) which we bought, ate, and then froze the remaining tubs for later in the trip. The tomato bisque was as good as my own homemade version. When I got home I called Shaw's to ask about these soups and they said it was their own "Shaw's Signature Soups."

Since Shaw's isn't in Florida I was out of luck.

However, I thought at the time that they didn't seem that large of a company to run their own line of soups.

But now...SAFEWAY also sells soup called Safeway Signature Café soups. And lo and behold, CAMPBELL'S FOODSERVICE sells a....wait for it..."signature" line of prepared soups!


I don't know squat about foodservice foods, but I wonder if these grocery chains buy the prepped soup from Campbell's foodservice, add liquid and then package the 16 oz tubs or put in catering vats?


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