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My daughter so wanted clam chowder today. I have read on here that Progresso will clearly list any source of gluten, so I picked up a can of Traditional New England Clam Chowder. Everything looked ok, but I have found several posts that say that the chunky is ok but the traditional is a no no. I tried calling Progress, but they are out for the weekend. Does anyone have a list of which soups are gluten free? Thanks!

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My daughter so wanted clam chowder today. I have read on here that Progresso will clearly list any source of gluten, so I picked up a can of Traditional New England Clam Chowder. Everything looked ok, but I have found several posts that say that the chunky is ok but the traditional is a no no. I tried calling Progress, but they are out for the weekend. Does anyone have a list of which soups are gluten free? Thanks!

I have not tried the Clam Chowder, but I prefer the homemade kind.

Can you list the ingrediences?

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I have not tried the Clam Chowder, but I prefer the homemade kind.

Can you list the ingrediences?

The ingredients are: Clam broth, potatoes, clams, soybean oil, water, celery, modified corn starch, contains less than 2% of: onions, salt, soy protein concentrate, cream, butter, sugar, sodium phosphates, artificial color, datem, lobster powder, shrimp, monosodium glutamate, corn syrup, crab powder, dried parsley, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate, onion powder, fish powder, tuna extract, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavor, spice, hydrolyzed corn protien, whey

CONTAINS CLAM, MILK, SOY, LOBSTER, SHRIMP, CRAB, TUNA, COD AND FISH INGREDIENTS

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The ingredients are: Clam broth, potatoes, clams, soybean oil, water, celery, modified corn starch, contains less than 2% of: onions, salt, soy protein concentrate, cream, butter, sugar, sodium phosphates, artificial color, datem, lobster powder, shrimp, monosodium glutamate, corn syrup, crab powder, dried parsley, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate, onion powder, fish powder, tuna extract, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavor, spice, hydrolyzed corn protien, whey

CONTAINS CLAM, MILK, SOY, LOBSTER, SHRIMP, CRAB, TUNA, COD AND FISH INGREDIENTS

It does appear to be gluten free, although more like fish chowder than clam. :huh:

Next time, if you have some time try this:

Boil chopped-peeled potatoes in Swanson Chicken Broth (enough to cover potatoes)

Cook until tender and mash them up.

Add sauteed green peppers and onions.

Add canned or Jarred clams of chopped fresh.

Salt and pepper to taste.

Add half and half .....and serve.

It's easy and great with a Caesar salad in the winter time.

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I eat their clam chowder on occasion with no problem. Your clam chowder reads just like mine.

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My daughter so wanted clam chowder today. I have read on here that Progresso will clearly list any source of gluten, so I picked up a can of Traditional New England Clam Chowder. Everything looked ok, but I have found several posts that say that the chunky is ok but the traditional is a no no. I tried calling Progress, but they are out for the weekend. Does anyone have a list of which soups are gluten free? Thanks!

I was so excited to read the label of the Progresso clam chowder and mushroom soup. I bought 2 cans of each. I started with the clam chowder. I got pretty sick. I thought, "well, not everything is related to celiac disease" so a couple of weeks later I tried the mushroom soup. Sick again. I am thinking there is some CC. I am done with Progresso. My advise is to make your own. Good luck!

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I was so excited to read the label of the Progresso clam chowder and mushroom soup. I bought 2 cans of each. I started with the clam chowder. I got pretty sick. I thought, "well, not everything is related to celiac disease" so a couple of weeks later I tried the mushroom soup. Sick again. I am thinking there is some CC. I am done with Progresso. My advise is to make your own. Good luck!

Perhaps your problem is with the dairy in the soup and not a gluten issue. Many of us have had issues with dairy during our recovery.

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Hi: I was at the Boston Children's Hospital Celiac Christmas Party yesterday and there was a vendor there that was giving out samples of their new gluten-free Clam Chowder and it was delish! I really couldn't tell that it was Gluten Free. The product is Kettle Cuisine and the chowder is only one of the new soups that are coming out. The woman said that they are in Whole Foods in the frozen section. Here is their link: http://www.kettlecuisine.com/glutenfree.shtml

Currently, they only appear to be in New England, but perhaps they will ship or expand into other parts of the country.

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I was so excited to read the label of the Progresso clam chowder and mushroom soup. I bought 2 cans of each. I started with the clam chowder. I got pretty sick. I thought, "well, not everything is related to celiac disease" so a couple of weeks later I tried the mushroom soup. Sick again. I am thinking there is some CC. I am done with Progresso. My advise is to make your own. Good luck!

I had the same experience not too long ago and it turned out for me the problem was all the soy they put in their products. Before the soy issue came up I ate the mushroom soup all the time with no problems, like for 3 years. I miss it in my tuna noodle casserole.

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ravenwoodglass and Momma Goose, Thanks for the suggestions. I can eat ice cream and other milk products without any reaction so although milk could be the culprit, I am just going to avoid the soup and stay blinded to anymore allergies. Same with soy. If it is the culprit I don't want to know. I just can't face eliminating anything else from my diet. There are not other soy products that have bothered me. I eat soybeans frequently without problems. However, I will let this rattle around in my brain for further use. If I have other reactions I will know where to look.

Thanks again.

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