LA FONTE POWERSÛP SOUPS SELECTED FOR THE SIAL INNOVATION AWARD TORONTO
SIAL INNOVATION AWARD 2019, TORONTO
La Fonte Powersûp Soup range includes four unique vegetable recipes, boosted by power ingredients, such as ginger, turmeric, sesame, chili and basil. Each soup has its healthy purpose: either Take a Break! with delicate pumpkin, carrot & turmeric; Find Balance! with aromatic peas, leek & ginger; get energy with Up & Go! with spicy beetroot, chilli & sesame; or, simply Shine & Glow! with tomato, basil & olive oil.
All four soups are shelf stable with 24 months expiry. They are vegan, gluten free, made from 100% natural high-quality ingredients, with no added sugar or sweeteners, providing 3 or 4 of your 5 a day.
Served warm or cold, Coppola soups are ideal for a quick and easy meal, at-work lunch or dinner. They have a beautiful creamy texture, which is recommended to all, including children.
“The food we choose and eat can have a positive impact on our health as well as on our planet”, commented Ernesto Coppola, CEO of the company. “We have created a range of 100% vegetable soups with no sugar and no dairy added and boosted them with power ingredients! Our soups are shelf stable and are packed in glass bottles, a plastic-free and 100% recyclable packaging! As a result, by choosing our Power Soûps you are eating something which is good for your health as well as the planet.”
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About Coppola Foods
Coppola Foods is an innovative food company committed to making good food better.
We offer a comprehensive range of premium quality, tasty, nutritious and sustainable food products together with an excellent level of service and attentive solutions to fulfil the needs of customers and markets.
Our range of authentic Italian food products are cornerstones of the Mediterranean diet. This includes tomatoes, legumes, vegetable products, sauces, condiments and grain products.
We are a fourth-generation family business with a long heritage in the production and marketing of food products, dating back to 1903 in Salerno, in Southern Italy.