Progresso Traditional Soup - New England Clam Chowder
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- Net Wt 18.5 oz (1 lb 2.5 oz) 524 g.
This is New England clam chowder at its thick, creamy and flavorful best.
The ideal combination of generous pieces of clam, real cream, a hearty helping of diced potatoes and just the right combination of seasonings simmered for a delicious and authentic New England-style clam chowder.
Do not add water.
Heat in saucepan over Medium heat.
Heat in covered microwavable bowl on High 2-4 min.
Careful - leave in microwave 1 min; stir.
Serving Size 1 cup
Servings Per Container 2
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Total Fat 10.0 g 4.0%
Saturated Fat 2.5 g 12.0%
Trans Fat 0.0 g %
Cholesterol 10.0 mg 4.0%
Sodium 890.0 mg 37.0%
Total Carbohydrate 20.0 g 7.0%
Dietary Fiber 2.0 g 6.0%
Sugars 2.0 g %
Protein 6.0 g %
Vitamin A 2.0%
Vitamin C 6.0%
Clam Broth, Potatoes, Clams, Soybean Oil, Modified Cornstarch, Celery, Onions , Salt , Soy Protein Concentrate , Cream , Butter , Sodium Phosphates , Artificial Color , Datem , Natural Flavor , Monosodium Glutamate , Corn Syrup , Dried Parsley , Disodium Inosinate , Disodium Guanylate , Mono and Diglycerides , Onion Powder , Tuna Extract , Hydrolyzed Corn Protein , Autolyzed Yeast Extract , Maltodextrin , Polysorbate 80 , Whey , Carrageenan , Cellulose Gum , Dextrose , Cod.
Contains clam, milk, soy, tuna, cod ingredients.
Notice: Individual results may vary. You should always consult with your physician before starting this product or any health-related program.
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This Soup is horrible. Anyone who would name this "New England Clam Chowder" has lost their mind. There are way too many potatoes and absolutely no clams. I grew up eating real clam chowder in boston. This aint no New England Clam Chowder.
-- Billy Ocean 3/23/2011
I had a severe allergic reaction ... an anaphylaxis reaction ... severe abdominal cramps & worse diarreah ever! almost immediately upon finishing my soup ... heart began to pound, believe my blood pressure shot up because my face and ears became red and burning ... palms of my hands burned ... then I became weak and pale and thought I was going to pass out ... called my daughter to come check on me ... had Campbell's condensed Clam Chowder week before ... no problem
-- Kathy 1/23/2011
NOTHING beats homemade New England clam chowder. Have tried all of the canned New England clam chowders, and find Progresso Traditional New England Clam Chowder the best!! Only wish there were more clams in the can (sometimes I add more). When serving to others, and sometimes just for me, I do what most high-end restaurants do...after heating the chowder and just before serving, add real butter and a sprinkle of fresh dill.
-- Pat Shaw 11/7/2010
Most tasty and filling...
Read the ingredients label while I ate it and really want to know WHAT IS "TUNA EXTRACT" ???
-- Donna Jean Dickey 10/25/2010
They should call it Progresson Potatoe Chowder. If they are trying to save money, they should have smaller cans with less soup. If I wanted a stomach full of potatoes, I'd just eat a potatoe. As chowder goes, it taste good and although there should be more potatoes, the real issue is that it is 75% potatoes. 20% broth and 5% clams. it's not good.
-- Anonymous 05/15/2009
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