Where To Buy Bone Broth

Where To Buy Bone Broth
Written by Kelvin Omere

Finding a place to Where To Buy Bone Broth online can be tough. First, there are sourcing issues: does your local bone broth provider use 100% grass-fed bones? Do they use organic ingredients?

For too many people, the answer is no.

So, many people turn to the internet to get their bone broth fix. However, almost every company selling bone broth online – even the ones using grass-fed and organic vegetables – are simply freezing their broth and shipping it with lots of dry ice, harmful styrofoam containers, and slow shipping. Not to mention the cost – shipping frozen bone broth often costs $30-50 for each order, which is just too much for many customers.

Ours is the only bone broth you can buy from the internet that’s not frozen, which makes for a far better experience. It saves you money, without sacrificing quality.

However, that brings up one more question:


We often get asked exactly how it is that our bone broth doesn’t ever need to be frozen, and yet uses NO preservatives, additives or any of that icky stuff.

The answer lies in our packaging process.

You see, we use millions of dollars of packaging equipment. First, the bone broth is made using marrow bones from grass-fed cattle. Then, once the broth has been simmered for 20+ hours, we package it.

We package it while it’s hot (so no germs can get in), and in what’s known as an “aseptic” vacuum environment. This means that, when our bone broth actually goes into the packaging, there are zero pathogens in the box or in the packaging area. In fact, there’s not even air!

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Because there’s no air present when we package and seal each container, there’s nothing that can react with the broth and cause it to spoil. Thus, we can ship it in a way that’s environmentally friendly, and get it to your home in a matter of days. That’s why we don’t need to add any preservatives, additives, hormones or other gunk to the product. It’s all in the packaging.

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