MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Launching on November 18th, Campbell Canada invites Montrealers to join a complimentary food experience by visiting La Cantine Par Campbell’s at 3547 St-Laurent Blvd. This pop-up restaurant will serve up four delicious recipes designed by Chef Antonio Park, who will add his unique flare to create a variety of savoury interpretations using Campbell’s® Great for Cooking Condensed Soup, Ready to Serve Soups, Ready to Use Broths and Soup Kits as a base.
“Le Monde Est Soupe centers on the idea that soup (whether eaten on its own, or used in a recipe) is a universal food enjoyed by all different cultures and cuisines. Montreal is home to so many incredibly diverse people and flavours, so I’m really excited to partner with Campbell Canada to create four unique recipes using Campbell’s soups and products, to share with the community. I hope those visiting La Cantine Par Campbell’s will not only recreate my recipes at home, but also be inspired to make their own Campbell’s creations, using ingredients and garnishes that suit their personal tastes,” said Chef Antonio Park.
La Cantine Par Campbell’s will offer complimentary walk-in recipe tasting options, showcasing the variety in the Campbell’s product portfolio and inspiring recipes using Campbell’s Ready to Serve Soups, Condensed Soups, Ready to Use Broths and Soup Kits. The delicious recipes Montrealers will be able to enjoy include:
- Creamy Tomato Hot and Sour Soup, using CAMPBELL’S® Ready to Serve Creamy Tomato Soup and CAMPBELL’S® Ready to Use No Salt Added Vegetable Broth
- Vegetarian Mushroom Miso Soup, using CAMPBELL’S® Ready to Use Mushroom Broth
- Chicken Tortilla Daikon Soup, using CAMPBELL’S® Soup Kit - Chicken Tortilla and CAMPBELL’S® Ready to Use Chicken Broth (30% Less Sodium or No Salt Added Ready to Use Chicken Broth could be substituted to suit consumer’s tastes)
- Creamy Bacon Mac and Cheese with Salsa, using CAMPBELL’S® Great for Cooking Condensed Cream of Bacon Soup
During the four weeks it is open, La Cantine Par Campbell’s will also feature four local Montreal artists including:
- Jason Wasserman
- Antoine Tava
- Laurence Vallières
Each week, one of the artists will be on-site creating their own artistic interpretation of the iconic Campbell’s red and white soup can for guests to preview, while tasting the delicious soups.
As part of the Le Monde Est Soupe experience, Campbell Canada is pleased to give back to the Montreal community. Guests are invited to contribute by sharing a post about their experience at La Cantine Par Campbell’s and tagging with the hashtag #LeMondeEstSoupe and #Donation. For each post shared, Campbell Canada will donate one can of soup to Moisson Montreal, the largest food bank in Canada, with the goal of donating up to 30,000 cans of soup.
“La Cantine par Campbell’s will be a communal food experience for Montrealers” said Moya Brown, Vice President of Marketing, Campbell Company of Canada. “Visitors will get to experience different flavours from Campbell’s they may not have tasted, and swap tips with Chef Park on different ways to use Campbell’s products to make their own creations, while giving back to the community.”
La Cantine Par Campbell’s will run from November 18 until December 16, 2016. Hours of operation are 11:00a.m. to 7:00p.m., seven days a week.
For more information on La Cantine Par Campbell’s and to view Chef Antonio Park’s soup recipes, please visit, www.cookwithcampbells.ca
About Campbell Soup Company
Campbell (NYSE:CPB) is driven and inspired by our Purpose, “Real food that matters for life’s moments.” The Company makes a range of products from high-quality soups and simple meals to snacks and healthy beverages. For generations, people have trusted Campbell to provide authentic, flavorful and readily available foods and beverages that connect them to each other, to warm memories, and to what’s important today. Led by its iconic Campbell’s brand, the company’s portfolio includes Pepperidge Farm, Goldfish, Bolthouse Farms, V8, Swanson, Prego, Pace, Plum Organics, Arnott’s, Tim Tam, Royal Dansk and Kjeldsens. Founded in 1869, Campbell has a heritage of giving back and acting as a good steward of the planet’s natural resources. The company is a member of the Standard & Poor’s 500 and the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. A subsidiary of Campbell Soup Company, Campbell Company of Canada makes the Campbell’s soups and broths found on Canadian grocery store shelves at its facility in Toronto, ON. For more information, visit www.campbellsoup.ca.