I usually will buy a can of Campbell's Chunky New England Clam Chowder each time we go shopping. About a month ago I bought a can as usual and opening it up there was a yellowish hue to the soup, it's always been creamy white. I didn't eat it because it didn't look right, I took pictures, contacted Campbell's Soup, gave them the codes on the can, explained what happened and their response was a coupon for free soup. WTF? Not a concern? I replied that I didn't want a free coupon. I want to make sure it was safe to eat, the response was that's a different department. "I will have them get back to you."
Nothing, so I contacted the store where I bought it. They said, "Come in and fill out a form." In the meantime I purchased another can, this was the creamy white. Taste great. So I figured WTH, I didn't want to cause problems. So I just purchased another the following week, yellow! I went to the store and was talked out of filling out a form, no biggie. Tonight, I opened another can I purchased, white... whew! Sit down to eat and it tasted like nothing, whatever nothing taste like, no taste whatsoever, just bland, what the hell is going on? All cans were bought from the same store.
OREGON -- I am so sick of every company giving us less product for the same price. Campbell's family size soup cans are a joke and insulting to American families who now have to buy two to get the same amount they used to depend on from one can. Yeah, yeah, I get corporate profits, shareholder dividends, etc. However, was their strategy to seek out another profitable quarter to screw over families that actually depended on a large can of soup at least one or two nights a week? This is why I hate companies based in NJ. Goodbye Campbell's soup. Screw you.
I haven't tried Campbells' Soup in a while, but due to the cold weather, I bought a few cans. I love mushrooms and bought the Mushroom Swiss, looking forward to a real treat. There was 1 slice of mushroom in the entire can. Nothing tasted remotely like Swiss, but there were lots of potatoes! Next, I tried the Philly Cheese steak. It didn't taste remotely like Philly Cheese steak, and again there were lots of potatoes! Trying to give Campbells' the benefit of the doubt, I bought the Hearty Cheeseburger. It had 2 tiny burgers in an 18 oz can and again, lots and lots of potatoes!!!
I should have read the label first. The first ingredient is water and the 2nd is POTATOES! This is supposed to be Cheeseburger soup. What's with all the potatoes? From now on, I read the ingredients, not believe the picture on the front. I am really disappointed in Campbells'! You used to be a LOT better than this. What happened? I think it's time to give Progresso a try!
When I opened a can of Campbell's Soup I encountered a bug. Considering I rarely eat Campbell's soup I thought what are the chances? Apparently it is not that uncommon. Perhaps Campbell's could put a warning on the label "may contain traces of insect". That way others can be forewarned to keep an eye out for creepy critters before they eat.
MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON -- Having not had your Campbells Soup on the Go for a while, I thought since I had coupons for it I would give it a try again. Imagine my surprise it was the same as I had it a long time ago. A lot of broth, but no chicken and Star shaped pasta which was supposed to be in it. Now it would be nice if you put the items in the soup that it announces on the can that it has, but there was none and that was a waste of my money to say the least. I will not pick it up at the grocery store again.
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY -- The label on this can of Select Harvest Soup reads: "100% Natural" and "Whole Grain Pasta Fagioli". The label additionally pictures a bowl of soup chock-full of pasta and nice looking veggies. To my surprise, I discovered a horrible tasting, watery mess inside the can. The substance was unlike Pasta Fagioli in that it reeked of a meaty flavor. In dismay, I read the ingredients to find that this weird substance contains chicken stock, chicken fat, pork, and beef extract. This product contains a fully deceptive front label in the regard that Pasta Fagioli is a vegetarian dish (contains no meat).
ORANGE, NEW JERSEY -- I brought a dozen cans of Campbell's classic chicken noodle soup that was on sales. The expiration date on the cans were September 18, 2013. I opened and warmed the first can and was disgusted when I tasted it. I thought that maybe my taste buds were off and had another sip of the broth. Terrible.
When I further examined the soup in my spoon, instead of the usual tender, pink chicken cubes, there were cubes of chicken fat. Fat particles floated throughout the broth. I overlooked it and said, "Probably one that got away from a bad batch. Not long after, I opened another can and there was the same mess of soup I'd had previously. Once again, I opened another can and experienced the same horror. I will be returning the cans to the supermarket. I'm really disappointed because I've been enjoying the 'Chicken Noodle' soup since childhood. "Shame on you Campbell".
I am SO disgusted with Campbell's soup products at this point. I grew up with Campbell's, raised my daughter with Campbell's as well, and for the last few years I have noticed the vegetable soups containing large chunks of rotted potatoes and carrots. In fact, about 1/2 of the can is filled with rotted potatoes and carrots. I don't even feed my dog rotted food.
Where is the FDA? Why aren't they doing something about this? What is wrong with you people?? You're supposed to provide an edible product! Campbell's... if you can't provide a quality product anymore, maybe you folks should take a hint and pack it in. Products affected that I'm aware of are: Campbell's Vegetable soup (ABC), Campbell's Old-fashioned Vegetable soup, Campbell's Beef with Barley and Vegetables Soup, Campbell's Beef with Vegetables Soup.
I grew up on Campbell's Chicken n Stars, Chicken w/ Rice and Chicken Noodle. Gave it to my boys as they grew up - their favorite was the Double Noodle and Mega Noodle. You can't watch TV without seeing the ads boasting of the switch to sea salt. I guess this may be a healthy move but it is a huge negative in regards to taste. The soups now seem to have a chemical taste - slightly bitter. Could you not have just reduced the salt so I could add my own salt to taste? Gave the Chicken Noodle to my son when he was sick and he couldn't eat it. I'm glad the last can is gone from my pantry and will now buy another brand which has the normal amount of salt but at least it is edible.