I actually enjoy this clam chowder but I doctor mine up with salt and pepper and some cheese. Available for Shipping to Canada Post.
Progresso ready to serve - I heated up this chowder in a microwave and interestingly, although it started out a little too thick, it thinned a little as it cooled to nearly a perfect consistency. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram. Subscribe to: I just had Tony's -- thats nasty stuff!
Oh, and just as a heads up, Wolfgang Puck's organic line of soups includes clam chowder, so you might want to look into reviewing that. If you buy something online but it's not everything you dreamed it to be, no worries! It looks terrible and has the most disgusting smell when trying to eat it. Bar Harbor Foods condensed - Very good, with an appropriate amount of potatoes and a generous amount of clams, yet surprisingly bland.
I found Progresso to be very good, and I would buy this brand again. Learn why Companies add flavorings to make products taste better. I'm not a picky eater and have never disliked any canned soup, but this had a very strange taste to me.
Thanks for the comment. Natural flavorings are more expensive to source than artificial flavors, but tend to be better received by consumers. Excess sodium intake increases blood pressure, causes hypertension and other heart problems.
Sitting here, trying to finish my can of Hanover's. Now in Missouri I too agree with your statement that the Snows condensed has been changed. Incredibly heavy. Perfect consistency and with a rich clam flavor, this chowder could have scored a lot higher than it did if only Campbell's weren't so stingy with the potatoes and clams. Rating 4. This "food enhancer" may be problematic for babies, asthmatics, people who suffer from gout or uric acid kidney stones.
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The chowder base is a thick, gummy gel that never really combines with added milk. You can return this item within 90 days from the day you receive your online order. Media 3.