Founder and Owner

Hackensack , NJ

As a business person and entrepreneur, Dr. Golden was the co-founder of New York’s most successful gourmet soup vending company, “Soups On”, and its’ subsidiary wholesale soup company, “Suzon”. Dr. Golden trained vendors from the four corners of the world, and when needed he negotiated vending rules and regulations with the Mayoral and Health Departments of the City of New York. The soups won fame on the street, in food reviews in the New York Times, and on radio and T.V. throughout the world. The soup line was soon followed by a gourmet menu of salads, fruit soups, and a wide variety of unique stews. Dr. Golden developed the marketing plan and introduced the various products into such gourmet shops as Graces Market Place, Dean and Deluca, Burkes and Balducci’s. The soups and salads were also featured in Gristedes, Kings Supermarkets, and Macy’s Gourmet Shops.



Director International Sales


On the international business front, Dr. Golden was the Director of International Sales for Golden Artist Colors. Initially unknown in the international market but through his efforts, Golden Artist Colors has become the global leader in acrylic paints. Dr. Golden opened fine art outlets throughout Western Europe, the Far East, and Central and South America. The acrylics are the choice of the world’s most renowned artists, including Jenkins, Schnabel, Olitski, Noland, Stella, and Dale Chihuli. Golden Artist Colors were featured in the movie “Pollack”.



Board Member – Vice President

New Berlin, NY

The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts was founded exclusively for the charitable purpose of fostering innovative artistic expression and the creative process. As a Board Member, Mr. Golden has worked with a virtual who’s-who of world-renowned artists, as well as with such organizations as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Holocaust Museum, and The Smithsonian Institution.