FAQ

Are your bone broths organic?
Yes. Our Organic Chicken Bone Broth, our Grass Fed & Grass Finished Beef Bone Broth, and our Coconut, Ginger, Mint, Lemon, Chicken Bone Broth Soup are all certified USDA Organic by Organic Certifiers. Any and all other formulations use only organically sourced bones, vegetables, and herbs, though may not yet be officially certified.

What types of bones do you use in your bone broths?
In our chicken bone broths, we use backs, carcasses, wings, and feet. In our beef bone broths, we use a soup mix which includes knuckles, shoulders, ribs, and femurs.

How long do you simmer your bone broths?
Our Chicken Bone Broths are simmered for 18 hours. Our Beef Bone Broths are simmered for 24 hours.

What is the best way to store your bone broths?
Defrost the contents of one container of bone broth and pour into a pot. Bring the heat up until your bone broth is at a small simmer and consume or use. After simmered, you can place the remainder of your bone broth into a glass jar (let it cool back down) and store in the refrigerator. Bone broth that you are not going to consume within 7 days should be kept frozen.

Once defrosted, how long will the bone broth stay fresh?
We advise no longer than 7 days. Best practice is to always return your bone broth to a simmer before consumption.

How much bone broth do you get out of one package?
There are 24 ounces of bone broth in each package. This is the equivalent of three 8-ounce servings. The only exceptions to this rule are our Coconut, Ginger, Mint, Lemon, Chicken Bone Broth Soup, and our Vegan “No” Bone Broth, Rock ‘n Roots, Vegetables & Herbs. Both of these products contain 20 ounces per package. This is the equivalent of two and a half 8-ounce servings.

What is the difference between your Organic Chicken Bone Broth and your AIP Chicken Bone Broth, or your Grass Fed & Grass Finished Beef Bone Broth and your AIP Beef Bone Broth?
AIP stands for Autoimmune Protocol. Our AIP Chicken Bone Broth and AIP Beef Bone Broth has been specifically formulated to accommodate those who have an autoimmune disorder, specific food allergies, or are following a diet that does not include many of the ingredients in our standard Organic Chicken Bone Broth or our Grass Fed & Grass Finished Beef Bone Broth. Our AIP Chicken Bone Broth and AIP Beef Bone Broth does NOT include the following ingredients: onions, lemons, ginger, garlic, thyme, bay leaves, peppercorns, or apple cider vinegar. If you do not have any special dietary restrictions or allergies to these ingredients, we definitely recommend our standard Organic Chicken Bone Broth or our Grass Fed & Grass Finished Beef Bone Broth.

Can I give your bone broth to my pet?
If you would like to share our bone broth with your pet, we recommend only giving them our AIP Chicken Bone Broth or our AIP Beef Bone Broth. These formulations do not include any ingredients that would be disagreeable or harmful to your pet.

Can I purchase your bone broth at a local retail store?
Our bone broth is regularly stocked at a number of locations throughout Southern California, as well as a growing handful of locations outside of our immediate area. Please visit the Retailers page on our website and enter in your address or zip code for a list of retail locations near you.

How should I use your Oven Rendered Beef Marrow & Knuckle Fat or your 2-Hour Rendered Chicken Fat?
These items are best used for cooking, taking the place of butter, ghee, or other fats or oils. They add a rich flavor to your meals and are incredibly nutrient dense.

Can bone broth help my joints?
Yes, bone broth significantly contributes to the support of overall joint health and aids in recovery. Bone broth has a high protein content. It is rich in collagen and gelatin, as well as many other minerals, amino acids, and compounds, such as proline, glycine, glycosaminoglycan, glucosamine, hyaluronic acid, and chondroitin sulfate. These elements all play a vital role in helping to build and maintain strong bones and connective tissues (ligaments and tendons).

Can bone broth help my digestive system?
Yes, bone broth helps restore and support healthy digestive function. Bone broth has a high gelatin content which naturally lines the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. In addition to strengthening the gut lining, bone broth has been shown to assist individuals with food allergies and to promote the growth of good bacteria (probiotics) in the digestive tract.

Is bone broth good for my skin, hair, and/or nails?
Yes, bone broth is rich in collagen and gelatin, which support skin, hair, and nail health. Bone broth can help keep skin smooth, firm, and reduce wrinkles. It can also help to strengthen hair and nails and to speed their growth.

What are some of the other benefits of bone broth?
Bone broth contains highly absorbable forms of minerals and electrolytes, such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and sulfur, which support healthy circulation, bone density, nerve function, heart health, digestive health, and cellular health. Bone broth also helps to support a healthy metabolism, assist in the body’s natural detoxification efforts, and to boost the immune system.