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New England Clam Chowder - Serves 4

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  • (4) 12-ounce packages of New England Clam Chowder
  • Gluten-Free
  • Award-winning recipe! 
  • FREE carbon neutral overnight shipping
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Please note that we have a $40 order minimum, so this product cannot be purchased alone.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 55 reviews
Clam Chowder

It was quite tasty. Thought it would have been more creamy. Had good chunks of clams.

Jeanie W.
Just okay!

I am a chowder snob and this was just okay. Would not purchase again.

Charles N.
Very Good

Lots of clams!

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How it works

Select Your Seafood

Select your favorite seafood or gift packs and add to your cart.

Pick Your Delivery Date

Choose a delivery date, from Tuesday to Saturday. Keep in mind that orders may arrive as late as 9PM.

Quick 1-Day Shipping

Seafood arrives 1 day after the order is shipped. Live lobster ships free.

Prepare & Enjoy!

Unbox, prepare, and enjoy a taste of Maine. Frozen seafood will require 16-24 hours to thaw in your refrigerator before preparation.

Luke's Online Market FAQs


When will my order arrive?

You will choose your order’s arrival date at checkout from a calendar of available delivery dates, up to 4 weeks in advance! The earliest arrival date is generally two days from when you place your order and delivery is generally available Tuesday through Saturday. Your order may arrive as late as 9PM on the date you select, so plan accordingly! For frozen seafood, we recommend choosing an arrival date 2-3 days prior to when you plan to enjoy the seafood. For live lobsters, order for the date of your event or the day before. 

Where do you ship?

We ship to all 50 states and Washington, DC. We are not able to ship live lobsters to Hawaii due to local regulations, but all other products are available! We are not able to ship to Puerto Rico or internationally at this time. 

Is flash-frozen seafood actually just as good as fresh?

Frozen seafood can be just as good as fresh, and in some cases better, especially if the “fresh seafood” has gone through a long transport or distribution process. We freeze our lobster using a liquid nitrogen tunnel— the fastest, most high-tech way to freeze lobster in the industry. Lobster meat is sensitive to freezing and thawing, so to preserve fresh-like sweetness and texture, it needs to be frozen as fast as possible and thawed slowly in your refrigerator for 16-24 hours. We do everything we can to ensure perfectly cooked and expertly frozen seafood and all you have to do is make sure you thaw it nice and slowly in the fridge. Our customers who have tried both our fresh and frozen lobster often say the difference is indistinguishable!

How do I thaw frozen seafood?

Frozen items should be thawed in a refrigerator for 16-24 hours depending on your fridge. Once thawed, lobster meat and crab meat should be enjoyed within 6 days. Raw seafood products, like our lobster tails, should be cooked within 2 days.   *Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness*

What should I make with my seafood?

Holy mackerel, there are endless possibilities! Visit our recipe page for some ideas from us. Be sure to tag us in your posts @LukesLobster.


At Luke’s Lobster, we promise:

To bring you the freshest, best-tasting Maine seafood

To show transparency up and down the food chain

To use our brand to do good for our communities and the environment

We believe that running a business comes with responsibility—to our customers, to our team members, and to the communities in which we operate. We promise to always do our best by you and for you. After all, it’s the Maine way.

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