Love S&R's Clam Chowder? We Found A Canned Version That Tastes The Same

IMAGE Bea Faicol

S&R New York Style Pizza isn't all about their larger-than-your-face-sized pizza slices and it shouldn't be, not when you have underrated food items such as the Clam Chowder on the menu. This is a super creamy soup bursting with flavors of the ocean, plus chunks of potato to make it more nakakabusog. 

If you're a big fan of S&R's Clam Chowder, we found a canned version that tastes very similar, if not exactly the same. Say hello to Progresso New England Clam Chowder.

Look for this canned good on your next grocery trip!
Photo by Bea Faicol

The Progresso New England Clam Chowder looks exactly the same as S&R's Clam Chowder. From the consistency of the chowder itself, the size of the potatoes (and the way it's cut), down to the bits of herbs.

Are they exactly, 100% the same thing? Not entirely. There is one thing that sets these two apart and that is flavor. S&R's Clam Chowder has more of a seafood flavor (the flavor of the clams is more pronounced) than the canned Progresso clam chowder and that could possibly be because there are more clam bits with S&R's Clam Chowder.

Photo by Bea Faicol
Recommended Videos

Other than the slight difference in flavor, the Progresso New England Clam Chowder is a pretty close S&R Clam Chowder dupe. It's nothing a dash of salt cannot fix!

What's great about the canned version is that you can have this in your pantry at all times and open up a can when you're feeling hungry in the dead of night. Not to mention, the proportions of Progresso are good enough to feed at least two people, as compared to S&R's which is good for one person only.

Where can you buy this S&R Clam Chowder dupe? You can find Progresso New England Clam Chowder at S&R Membership Shopping.


Thinking about what to cook next? Join our Facebook group, Yummy Pinoy Cooking Club, to get more recipe ideas, share your own dishes, and find out what the rest of the community are making and eating!

Got your own version of the classic dishes? Pa-share naman! Get your recipe published on by submitting your recipe here.

Comments. Join the discussion below!
Trending in Summit Network