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New York, New York / Soup Kitchen / Yeganeh, Bello Interviews #766287

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 19, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Live discussion held with Soup Kitchen owner/chef Al Yaganeh†, the man who inspired the “Soup Nazi” character on the “Seinfeld” TV series, and Soup Kitchen International CEO John Bello† about the decision to franchise Yaganeh’s soup business. [YAGANEH – objects to the phrase “no soup for you,” and expresses anger at comedian Jerry Seinfeld for using the term “Nazi”; says his business doesn’t need “that clown.”] [BELLO - explains that the business is about the soup; comments on franchise applications.]

Lin, Carol

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