USA: Vermont Country Foods, Inc. Launches Vermont County Soup Web Site
Vermont Country Foods, Inc. announced the launch of www.vermontcountrysoup.com , Vermont Country Soup's web site. The new web site will expand the availability of the company's premium soup line, which was previously only available in select stores in New York, Oregon and Washington, as well as the Vermont Country Store Mail Order Catalog."Consumers across the country consistently tell us that Vermont Country Soup tastes as good as homemade," said Peter Thomson, President and Founder of Vermont Country Foods, Inc. "We wanted a way to offer these terrific soups to soup-lovers anywhere in the country, and the internet is a wonderful way to share our work with as many consumers as possible," said Thomson.VermontCountrySoup.com's concept is simple: Deliver premium soup in a fun and easy way. The soup is delivered ready-to-eat in 24 oz. Mason Jars. The web site offers pricing that includes everything -- shipping, handling and of course, soup. The six flavors available are New England Clam Chowder, Minestrone, Lentil, Country Vegetable, Cream of Potato and Tomato Garden."We wanted to build a site where consumers would find it simple to order while learning more about Vermont Country Soup," said Kris Johnston, Manager of Information Systems at Vermont Country Foods, Inc. Beta Testers found the site easy to navigate and appreciated the 'Quick Order' button. Go directly to the store and order or to the products page to learn more about any flavor. "Each flavor has a story behind it -- the stories are almost as colorful and good as the soups themselves, which is really saying something!" said Johnston.For more information, please visit
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