Chincoteague Chopped Ocean Clams 12 - 51 oz. Cans / Case
- Quantity Discounts!
|Buy 1 - 2||$97.99/Case|
- Great clam flavor
- No MSG, artificial flavorings, or colorings
- 24 (1/4 C.) servings per can
|Made in America||Yes|
|Package Size||51 oz.|
Serve your customers a taste of the shore with these Chincoteague chopped ocean clams. Since 1955, Chincoteague's family owned business has featured canned options for top quality seafood and fresh ingredients with gourmet flavor. These clams are easy to prepare, lessening prep time and strengthening good service, and their hearty consistency makes them a welcome addition to your menu.
The savory taste of fresh clams makes for a flavorful entree or appetizer. Serve deep fried, pair with other fresh seafood offerings, or use in other gourmet creations. These Chincoteague chopped ocean clams are ideal for Manhattan clam chowders, red clam sauces, and other dishes delivering big flavors. They feature a firm texture, dark pinkish-tan color, and are harvested from the coastal waters off of New Jersey through Virginia. The clams are immediately processed once harvested to ensure freshness!
Made in America
This item was made in the United States of America.
We have used these clams in both New England and Manhattan clam chowders. The clams are fresh and just slightly briny tasting perfect for soups and the can size is very useful for large batches. Definitely recommend these clams.
Donna P. Posted on 07/27/2015
This is the best clams for making clam chowder. You don't have to pick out hardly any bad looking stuff. It sure beats buy a ton of small cans and still nowhere near as many as you get in this one can. They look and taste GREAT! Good on a cold day. The price and shipping is not bad at all considering the weight of the cans.
Johnny S. Posted on 02/02/2015
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