Kettle & Fire Beef Bone Broth 1 pack

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Why our bone broth?

We started Kettle & Fire with one thing in mind: create the healthiest and best bone broth on the market. From the very beginning, this mission has fueled our search to find the best co-packer, the best bones, the best ingredients, and the best packaging. We feel that we have been successful in each category, and are excited to share with you our bone broth.

The best ingredients

Each batch of our bone broth uses only certified organic ingredients, and marrow bones from grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle.

Our full ingredient list...

Marrow bones from pasture raised, grass-fed cows, organic carrots, organic onions, organic celery, organic bay leaves, organic parsley, apple cider vinegar, a pinch of black peppercorn, sea salt, and thyme. Our combination of grass fed bones, organic vegetables, and 24+ hour cook times really brings you the best and healthiest shelf stable bone broth on the market.

The best bones

You can’t make authentic bone broth if you don’t use the proper bones. We have a saying here at Kettle & Fire - killer bones = killer bone broth. This is why we only use bones from grass fed, pasture raised cattle that are hormone and antibiotic free. We are also very selective when it comes to the types of bones we use. Not all bones are created equal, which is why we only use knuckle, patella, femur, and feet bones. These bones have been shown to contain the highest concentration of white and red stem-cell marrow, as well as high levels of collagen - one of the major benefits of drinking bone broth.

The best packaging

Our packaging is where we really differentiate ourselves from other bone broth companies. Most companies aren’t USDA approved and require their bone broth to be frozen. This creates a mess for shipping (super expensive) and storage. I know my freezer isn’t big enough to store a lot of bone broth!

With our mission of getting bone broth into as many peoples hands as possible, we knew that expensive shipping prices and frozen product could cause people to turn away from purchasing bone broth. This is why we knew we had to go a different route. After many months of working with food scientists, chefs, and our co-packer, we were able to create a shelf stable bone broth that has all the same benefits of a frozen or homemade bone broth without adding any preservatives or extra sodium to the bone broth. Our packaging process uses $6mm worth of modern packaging equipment to create the first and only shelf-stable beef bone broth. Unopened, our bone broth will last 2 years without any freezing or refrigeration, and we use no additives, preservatives, hormones or extra sodium to achieve this effect.

Our packaging is enviromentally friendly

Not only do we want to make and sell the best bone broth, but we want to do so in a way that is environmentally friendly. Our packaging is recyclable and made mainly of wood fibre - a natural and renewable raw material. The FSC™ label on our packaging is a guarantee that it is sourced from responsible forest management and other controlled sources, and it is supported by global environmental organizations like WWF and Greenpeace.

Other bone broth companies packaging isn’t green and ship their products in styrofoam containers which are super harmful to the environment. Our packaging is...

  • Sustainable
  • Biodegradeable
  • Does not release any harmful chemical by-products during the manufacturing process (unlike styrofoam packaging)

We were committed to find a way to get you bone broth without harming the environment…and we"re very proud of what we’ve done.

Even though we may operate on a large scale, at heart we are still a small company. No matter how big we grow, we are always going to put product first and profits second. We give you our promise that as long as you’re drinking Kettle & Fire, you’ll be drinking the healthiest and most delicious grass fed bone broth ever.

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