Campbell's Chunky New England Clam Chowder, 18.8 oz.

56 reviews - By: Chunky Soups

Campbell's Chunky New England Clam Chowder, 18.8 oz.
MSRP : $37.7

Sale : $2.28
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  • A classic New England recipe packed with big pieces of succulent clams and hearty potatoes
  • Packaged in a non-BPA-lined 18.8 oz. can
  • 12 grams of protein per can
  • No artificial colors
  • Ready in minutes-a great choice when you’re hungry and don’t have time to cook

madygirl25

Love this product

I add red onion, green onion, celery and bell pepper to taste, which really enhances the flavors. This product comes close to the clam chowder made in the New England states.

101salads

complete list of ingredients

I used to buy the clam chowder, but they changed the ingredients when they changed the label. I am unfortunately allergic to the milk protein. Ingredients: Clam Stock, Potatoes, Clams, Celery, contains less than 2% of: Modified Food Starch, Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil (Corn, Cottonseed, Canola, and/or Soybean), Onions, Cream (Milk), Color Added, Flavoring, Potassium Chloride, Sugar, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Soy Protein Concentrate, Sodium Phosphate, Spice, Lower Sodium Natural Sea Salt, Flavoring (COD), Yeast Extract, Dehydrated Clam Extract (Clams, Salt, Sugar, Soy Sauce [Soybeans, Wheat, Salt]), Lipolyzed Butter Oil (Milk), Lactic Acid, Buttermilk, Whey (Milk), Succinic Acid, Enzyme Modified Romano Cheese (Cultured Cow's Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Sodium Caseinate (Milk), Cream (Milk), Torula Yeast.

eddie888

THICK, RICH & DELICIOUS

Very much like you would get in a restaurant! Thick, rich & delicious and a great value!

54451

Pretty good

Sure beats the condensed version? Needs a little salt, but otherwise tastes pretty good. I like clam chowder, both the New England cream-style and the tomato-based chowders. A bit of salt (manufacturers are removing so much salt from foods that they taste bland?) and a bit of pepper, and this is a good meal.

Jzzh

shipped on time.

Love this brand, it has better taste than Progresso.