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Canned clam chowder to take home

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A friend from Europe has fallen in love with New England clam chowder and wants to have some for back home. Problem is, we have to have it by Wednesday night for a Thursday flight.

Which brand(s) of canned NECC taste best (I know it's subjective, but in general terms)? No time for taste testing, and no time for ordering - they have to be available on North Shore store shelves.

It seems the ones that get the best reviews online are

* Snow's (ready-to-eat, NOT condensed)

* Olde Cape Cod

* New England Country Soup

* Bar Harbor

Another possibility is Ipswich Shellfish (from their retail location).

Any suggestions from Massachusetts Fodorites?

My apologies if this belongs in the Lounge - it seemed like it would be more visible in the United States forum.

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