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Our commitment to good

We are committed to partnering with vendors that ensure the highest quality ingredients, and who help us continue our “Always Better” core value. We’re always trying to find a better way to serve our communities. We’re locally owned, we live here too.

The “No Good” List

We’ve always believed that really good soup begins with really good ingredients, which is why we craft our recipes with fresh, nutritious everything, from sources we know and trust. And, without artificial flavors, colors or added preservatives, including the 70+ individual items linked below.

View the full “No Good” List – Ingredients Never Found in Our Soups

Ingredients from trusted sources

We’re proud to be partnered with suppliers we trust.

Quality Turkey Producers

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All-Natural Vegan and Chicken Bone Broth

Organic Craft Beverage
Cuisine Solutions

Animal Welfare

Animal Welfare Policy

At Zoup! Eatery, our goal has always been to make good food more accessible and we are proud to always prepare fresh food daily for our customers. Choosing great ingredients is part of our story too. That is why we are committed to continuously improve the well-being of animals in our supply chain. In this effort, we are working with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA®) to develop and implement our animal welfare policy. **By 2025 or sooner, all of our chicken will be Global Animal Partnership (GAP) certified and will be processed using CAS, which is widely considered as more humane. We are also committed to source all of our turkey and pork from farms that have earned an independent animal welfare certification recognized by the ASPCA® Shop With Your Heart program by 2025 or sooner.”

Doing Our Part for the Environment

New sustainability statement here that covers recycling, responsible packaging, etc.

Recycling

We proudly provide recycle bins where supported by local municipalities.

Responsible Packaging

Our soup and broth takeout containers are made of compostable pulp and are produced as part of the Sustainable Forest Initiative.