GEFRO Soups convince our customers with their great flavour and easy and time-saving preparation.
Classic soups, such as GEFRO’s Vegetable Bouillon or Tomato Soup should be in every pantry. They delight the palate and create a feeling of well-being. The same is true of our delicious Cream Soups with pumpkin, vegetables or mushrooms. What is your personal favourite? GEFRO has soups for everyone’s taste, from potato soup to the quick and convenient Balance Soup-er Snacks.
GEFRO Soups: Healthy and delicious, since 1924
Hardly any other food has played such a diverse role in the history of cuisine as soup. It helped provide strength in times of war, fed the poor and was an integral part of royal feasts. During Louis XIV’s reign, the first course of a multi-course meal consisted of at least four different soups, served one after the other. All over the world and throughout the centuries as well as today, soup has remained at the top of popular foods. There’s something for every taste, from hot or cold, creamy or strained, thick or clear, heavy or light – there’s a soup to meet every need.
Soups: tasty and slimming
If, upon stepping on the scales, you notice it’s time to shed a few pounds, then it’s high time for a light, well-balanced meal. Compose meals using lots of vegetables, whole grains and salad and combine them with low-fat milk products and lean meat. Replace dinners or lunches from time to time with a light soup. A calorie-conscious, low-fat soup is a perfect way to suppress your appetite. Spoon for spoon, you can slow down your eating habits for a figure-friendly lifestyle. Eating slowly is known to help you to recognise when you feel full. Soups are also of considerable importance in a nutritional sense: use a vegetable, potato or tomato soup as a tasty base and top it off and vary it as you like. The soup’s taste and nutritional value are determined by the ingredients. Add legumes, fish or meat, for example, to increase the soup's protein content.
Healthy energy from Vegetable Soups & Co.
Soup additions such as wholemeal noodles or rice increase the content of carbohydrates and make soups a great source of energy. Fresh vegetables and herbs, briefly cooked in the soup, provide important minerals. These minerals are retained because the juices of the vegetables are absorbed into the soup.
Whether you like it simple or sophisticated – there are always lots of options with a good soup.