Soup is in. It's hot. So why not open a soup franchise. As a SoupBox franchisee, you'll gain a loyal following of customers who love your gourmet soups.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Soupbox
Based on our research, this is no longer an active franchise opportunity. Please contact us if franchises are still available.
Whether your serving customers lobster bisque, beef stew, tomato tortellini soup or any of the other delicious SoupBox soups, you'll find a big smile on customer faces.
A SoupBox franchise puts you on a fast track to open a restaurant of your very own.
With a simple menu, it couldn't be eaier to get started. Of the 70 healthy and hearty soups offered, a dozen are featured daily. Popular soup selections include broccoli cheese, chicken noodle, seafood gumbo and tomato florentine. Diners like to sop up the last spoonfuls with the hunk of fresh bread that accompanies each order. Soups are served in six serving sizes, allowing you to satisfy every appetite.
To learn more about this soup franchise business, visit the website. From our quick peruse of their site, we did not see much in the way of franchise information. There's a decent chance that they are no longer franchising -- contact them and find out (and then let us know. Thanks!).
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Sorry. Based on our research, Soupbox is no longer offering franchise opportunities. Learn more about why we classify a franchise opportunity as inactive.
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