Soupbase.com Partners with Transformational Outsourcing to Expand their Social Media Marketing

Soupbase.com, an exclusive national home cook distributor "featuring" the professional ingredients made by L. J. Minor, has partnered with Transformational Outsourcing, one of top social media marketing company in South Florida, to help expand their Social Media marketing and presence.

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Soupbase.com

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Soupbase.com creates soups, sauces, drinks, rubs, chilies, condiments and more to help home cooks bring a delicious meal to the table. Their products are available direct to consumers from their website and also for food distributors to order.

(PRWEB) July 01, 2013

Transformational Outsourcing will manage Soupbase.com's social media, by creating and managing their company blog, Facebook page, Twitter account and YouTube channel. Transformational Outsourcing will also write a couple of press releases each month to feature new and exciting things that Soupbase has to offer. The online content will help establish a positive, effective online presence to attract attention and get them noticed by their target market. Through social media, Transformational Outsourcing will build and strengthen Soupbase's connection with their existing customers and also nurture their leads with content that offers value and establish Soupbase.com as one of the best in the industry.

“We're excited about the potential of our new partnership with Transformational Outsourcing,” says David Sievers, president of Soupbase.com. “This is the perfect opportunity to reach new customers who will enjoy our delicious, high-quality soups and products. Social media and the Internet will help connect us with customers looking for gluten-free, vegetarian and other fine products that we are dedicated to creating.”

Soupbase.com creates soups, sauces, drinks, rubs, chilies, condiments and more to help home cooks bring a delicious meal to the table. Their products are available direct to consumers from their website and also for food distributors to order. There is no minimum order for food service distributors.

When asked about how Minor's soup bases are manufactured, Sievers explains, “Our process starts with premium high quality meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables that are freshly cooked just prior to processing in our State-of-the-Art USDA inspected facility. We use technically advanced specially customized equipment to capture and retain the entire fresh flavor expected from premium bases. We closely monitor each phase of the manufacturing process to assure consistent quality results.”

Stocks made from Minor's Bases are usually lower in sodium content than canned broth because they use the minimal amount of salt necessary for preservation and flavoring. They are also about 50-60% less expensive.

Visit http://www.soupbase.com or call 800-827-8328 to place an order or for additional information about their products.


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