What is the shelf life of the broth?

Once it is defrosted, it will last for a week in the fridge & when it is frozen it will last for up to a year in the freezer

How do I consume it?

Bone broth is served best warm in a mug, but do not heat it in the microwave. You can also make delicious soups, ramens, risotto, stews, and more!

How do I defrost the broth?

The easiest way to defrost it is to leave it in the fridge overnight. If you forgot to, run the container under lukewarm water.  

What is your return policy?

Your enjoyment of our products is highly important to us. If you are not satisfied for any reason whatsoever, please contact us directly and we will do our best to make it right.

Does your broth contain sugar, gluten, or dairy?


Where are your bones and Vegetables sourced from?

Our vegetables are sourced from local farmers. Our bones are from Grass-fed (Beef) Farms and pasture-raised Chicken farms.

How is your broth different?

To put it simply, it is the taste. Chef Alexandra is passionate about healthy options tasting wonderful so that it is easy to make the inclusion of the product into your diet an absolute pleasure! 

Why is bone broth good for you?

There is a reason Ouma’s across the world cooked soup on their stovetops for their family members and friends who were sick. We’ve seen the healing properties of bone broth firsthand, as we used bone broth both to heal our chronic illnesses (Fibromyalgia & Cervical Cancer)  

With more than 70% of your immune system residing in your gut, it is the most logical place to start when healing the body. Bone Broth contains amino acids, most notably proline and glycine, which help strengthen cell walls. This is beneficial for those looking to heal the gut from digestive disorders, those who seek skin & cardiovascular support as well as support for more superficial ailments – like cellulite and lack-luster skin. Additionally, it's an excellent source of bioavailable minerals like phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, silicon, and sulfur.


Why drink actual bone broth and not Collagen powder?


The answer is simple: bone broth and natural collagen are not meant to last for weeks and months on a shelf. Just like you wouldn’t find your animal proteins or animal products in the inside aisles of the store (chicken will never be next to the cereal, it is a “real food” and is perishable), you shouldn’t be looking for your bone broth in that section either. We believe that the most natural form of natural medicine is the best form of natural medicine.


How much broth should I drink?


The amount of broth you drink can depend on the reasons you are drinking it! If you are using it to maintain general health and wellness, we recommend drinking 250ml (A coffee mug) per day. If you are using it to address more chronic, serious issues, we recommend using upwards of 500ml per day. Please always consult your health care practitioner to determine which protocol works best for you.