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From Our Table To Yours

Tabatchnick is a nationally recognized soup company with over 30 varieties of hearty soups and broths. Now in its 100th year of operation, Tabatchnick continues its tradition of serving award-winning foods, using only the freshest, highest quality ingredients in our products.

As an industry leader, we developed a revolutionary process of freezing our soups to lock in the flavor and freshness of our ingredients. We have innovative product lines featuring low sodium, organic, gluten free, and various others. All Tabatchnick products are certified kosher.

In addition to producing an amazing line of soups and broths, Tabatchnick is also focused on charitable contributions. We partner with Holy Apostles soup kitchen, the largest in New York City, to help feed the homeless. Globally, we work with USAID and UNICEF supplying several nutritional foods designed to save malnourished children worldwide.

Our History

“Family” is our most important ingredient.

We’re a family company, and family continues to be what we’re all about, since that’s where we came from.

After emigrating to America at the turn of the century, the Tabatchnick family opened delicatessens in the New York metro area and developed a revolutionary freezing and packaging process to ensure our take-home soups stayed fresh and flavorful.

Today, thanks to the vision of 4th generation soup-maker Ben Tabatchnick, we not only make great-tasting, award-winning soups and broths, but also ship institutional food products across the US. Ben’s ingenuity also resulted in the development of ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTF) that are saving starvation-ravaged populations across the globe.

“Ben’s legacy continues with his widow, Rita, and children Jason, Alex, Anna, and Ruthie continuing the Tabatchnick tradition. We’re still a family company, and we’ll proudly remain one. After all, “family” has always been and will always be our most important ingredient.”

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FAQs about Tabatchnick broths, soups and side dishes

About Our Products

Where can I find your products?

Tabatchnick soups, side dishes and broths are sold nationwide. You can find Tabatchnick at your local grocer by using our website store locator, but not every supermarket listed on the locator will have our soup in your area or in all their stores.

P.S. Always check the frozen Kosher Section and the frozen Organic/Natural section first. The broths are shelf stable and can be found in the dry grocery Kosher section.

Are you a family company?

Yes, Tabatchnick Fine Foods is a family-owned company.

Are all of your products Kosher?

Yes, All current Tabatchnick branded products are Kosher.

What does it mean when a Kosher product is labeled Pareve?

That term means the product contains no meat, dairy or animal by-products.

Special Diets/ Allergies

Are your soups Vegan?

Soups labeled as Pareve are Vegan.

Which soups or broths are Vegetarian?

All of our Pareve and Dairy soups are Vegetarian.

You have organic soups – what is organic?

USDA organic standards prohibit the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), as well as artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors. Standards also require that product ingredients are organic, that is, contain ingredients that are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

Are any of your soups GMO free?

All of our organic soups are non-GMO certified, meaning their ingredients do not contain genetically modified organisms.

What is Gluten and which of your soups are Gluten-free?

Gluten is found in whole grains, especially wheat, and it causes illness in people with celiac disease. You’ll find a list of Gluten-free soups here

Your ingredients list mentions “spices” What does that mean?

This refers to black pepper, dill, parsley, and basil.

Do your products contain Monosodium Glutamate or MSG?

None of our soups contain MSG.

Nutrition/Health information

Where can I find calorie information on your packages?

Calorie counts, ingredient listings, and complete nutritional information can be found on the back panel of each of our products.

Why don’t you make more low-sodium soups?

We are constantly developing new soups, broths and side dishes, and our goal is to offer the best-tasting, most nutritious products possible. We’re always hard at work creating new Tabatchnick products for your family table!

Can I refreeze your frozen soups after they’ve thawed or eat them after the ‘use by’ date?

We strongly recommend you not eat our soups after the use-by date or refreeze them once they have thawed.

Why are your soups frozen?

The freezing process allows us to preserve ingredients at the peak of freshness and without the use of MSG or other preservatives. We can also avoid the over-use of added salt, which is used in canned soups to preserve the contents. Frozen soups are fresher than canned soups.

Do the pouches or bowls used for your single-serve soups contain BPA (Bisphenol A)?

No, the bowls we use for our Soup Singles and Benje’s Naturals are BPA-free, as is all of our packaging. (BPA is the focus of growing health concerns, and we should note that most canned soups come in packaging lined with BPA.)

General information

I love cooking with your broths and soups. Can I share a recipe?

We welcome new recipes! Just visit us on Facebook to share your recipe, and be sure to check out our blog page for more recipes using our soups and broths. We love creating ‘soup-er’ new recipes in our test kitchen!

My store no longer carries my favorite Tabatchnick soup! What can I do?

You have the power of the consumer! If there is new demand for a certain item, a grocery chain or store will certainly consider bringing that product in. As a customer, ask for your favorite Tabatchnick soup! (Some stores will even offer a customized order just for you, depending on the store and chain.)

Where can I find the cooking instructions for your soups?

Cooking instructions can be found on the side panel of the package, but here’s a quick overview:

    • DIRECTIONS FOR REGULAR TABATCHNICK SOUPS
      For quality and safety, please heat thoroughly to at least 170 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooking appliances vary, so adjustment of cook times and heat settings may be required.
    • MICROWAVE (PREFERRED METHOD):
      Remove frozen pouch of soup from box. Open pouch, remove soup and place in microwave-safe bowl. Place bowl in microwave on high for 4 1/2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Enjoy!
    • STOVETOP (ALTERNATE METHOD):
      Remove frozen pouch of soup from box. Place unopened pouch in saucepan with water and bring to a boil. (Do not cover.) Continue boiling for 15 minutes. Slit pouch open, serve, and enjoy!
    • DIRECTIONS FOR SOUP SINGLES AND BENJE’S NATURALS BOWLS
      • MICROWAVE:
        Remove soup bowl from box. Remove plastic seal from bowl in one piece, and replace plastic on bowl to prevent splatter. Microwave on high for 4-5 minutes. (Times may vary according to microwave.) Serve and enjoy!
      • STOVETOP:
        Remove frozen soups bowl from box. Remove plastic seal from bowl. Hold bowl over saucepan and invert bowl. Use thumbs to invert center of the bowl, releasing soup into pan. Heat on medium flame, stirring frequently. Serve and enjoy!

Where can I find you on social media?

Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter – and be sure to subscribe to our e-newsletter by emailing us at talksoup @ tabatchnick.com

Do you ever provide coupons?

We occasionally offer coupons via Facebook or through other promotions, so all the more reason to connect to our growing community!

I have a concern or a question. Who do I contact?

We’re happy to hear from you and answer any questions or concerns you might have. Please email info @ tabatchnick.com.

Contact Us

Tabatchnick Fine Foods, Inc.
1230 Hamilton Street
Somerset, NJ 08873-3343
Email: info@tabatchnick.com

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Our Mission

Tabatchnick Fine Foods is proud to offer handcrafted soups made from the highest quality ingredients.

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