Clam Juice

8 oz bottle

Retail Price: $3.40


Our Price: $2.55 (Save 25%)

8 oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

When it comes to authentic Maine cooking, you can't go without Clam Juice – the perfect starter for chowders, bisques, soups, broths and more. Use our Clam Juice to add that extra bit of rich flavor when baking fish, or as a substitute for water in your favorite seafood, soup or chowder recipes. Bar Harbor® Clam Juice also works great as an ingredient in Bloody Marys, or, as we call them in Maine, Bloody Caesers. At Bar Harbor®, we make our clam juice from whole, premium clams, not leftovers or discards. We chop our juicy clams, then hand-filter them, so there's never any grit or sediment – just a pure, homogenous mix of great tasting clam juice, from clams harvested from the cold waters of the North Atlantic.
SKU: 070718000920

About This Brand

Foods reflecting naturally delicious New England cuisine and authentic Maine traditions. Bar Harbor Foods sits on a picturesque wharf on a beautiful sheltered cove in Downeast Maine. The cries of gulls echo across the water; the tide laps against pilings as the tie lines of the fishing boats stretch and creak in the sun and fog. This is where we make our premium specialty seafood – fresh off the docks of Maine.Willard M. Look founded the original East Machias Canning Company (now Look's Gourmet Food Company) in 1917, on a wharf at the head of Holmes Bay. It was Willard Look who first developed the successful process for handling and canning crab meat and lobster, a process that we still use today.While the business has expanded and changed over the past 85 years, Downeast Maine still inspires all our products. Our premium foods reflect naturally delicious New England cuisine and authentic Maine traditions. We like to keep things simple, from original recipes and fresh natural...
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Ingredients

Bouillon of Clam, Salt.


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Serving Size 1 Servings Per Container 1 Serving (100g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories 0 Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 0g
Sodium 120mg 5%
Protein 0g 0%

Vitamin A 4%
Vitamin C 10%
Calcium 0%
Iron 50%

Reviews For Clam Juice

Based on 8 Reviews

Cłam Juice

Great product! I use this Clam Juice for my Clam Chowder, not fishy, good fresh flavor!

- Chef Lisa Cheri

Adds Flavor

Many people kind of get grossed out about clam juice because they think people simply drink it. Maybe because of the popularity of clam/tomato juice. However, more commonly, clam juice is used in cooking, mainly seafood dishes, and it gives these dishes some wonderful flavor. Bar Harbor is one of my favorite brands.

- Tamara White

If You Need Clam Juice

I am not a huge fan of clam juice, maybe it's just the name. However, there simply are some seafood dishes that greatly benefit from clam just, so it does help to have some on hand. When I do need to buy some, I always prefer Bar Harbor, mainly because it tastes better than other brands, and it comes at a great price.

- Rachelle Solis

Authentic clam juice for cooking

I do a lot of seafood cooking, and I like to use all fresh ingredients. This clam juice is excellent as a base for my fish soup and for my chowder. It's organic, so I know there's nothing artificial added and it also has the right flavor that makes clams so delicious, especially when caught fresh. I wouldn't use anything other than Bar Harbor when it comes to stock. I also buy their lobster stock as well.

- Shelley Guerrero

Great for Cooking

My sister and I made Thanksgiving together last year at her New York apartment, and she had this laying around. It ended up turning our regular soup into a delicious masterpiece! I've had such a problem finding this again until now. Thank you so much for carrying it, Thrive!

- Rach

Mystery Solved

Clam juice was a real mystery to me for years. Seriously, people drink this stuff? Yuck! Then I met my wife, who hails from Maine, and she showed me how clam juice, fish stock and lobster stock could taste awesome in many different dishes.

She bakes our pink salmon or tilapia with a hearty splash of clam juice. It really enhances the flavor. She makes a wonderful gumbo and clam chowder with this clam juice. Creating seafood dishes has never been so easy and tasty!

She was looking for the best price on Bar Harbor and ran across Thrive Market online. She's known about Bar Harbors great tasting products, but Thrive Market makes them so much more affordable.

- C Garner

Great Soup Starter

This clam juice is the perfect starter for chowders and soups. They always come out tasting flavorful and rich. I love the great clam flavor. I also like this added to seafood dips and in dipping sauce for shrimp and crab legs.

- Susan P.

Good product!

This is one the best clam juices you can buy! The perfect starter for chowders and soups. I won't buy any other brand.

- Sam Lloyd

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