Nutrition

What is guar gum & why do you use it in your Soups?

You may have seen guar gum listed as an ingredient in some of our Soups. Guar gum is derived from the guar bean, also known as the Indian cluster bean. Guar beans look similar to green beans and are…

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Where does the sodium in your products come from?

The sodium that is in our bone broth comes from two sources — the bones themselves and a small proportion of added sea salt. During the long simmer times, the minerals found in the bones leach into t…

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How much collagen is in your products?

Here are the collagen amounts for our Chicken & Beef Bone Broths: Our Chicken Bone Broth contains 4 g of collagen per serving. Our Beef Bone Broth contains 7 g of collagen per serving. Kettle & Fire'…

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How much potassium is in your products and what is it good for?

Here are the potassium levels in our Chicken & Beef Bone Broths: Our Chicken Bone Broth contains 255 mg of potassium per serving. Our Beef Bone Broth contains 110 mg of potassium per serving. For all…

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Where can I find nutritional labels & full ingredient lists?

We offer nutritional labels on each product page in the photos section. Please scroll through the photos on the product page to find this. A full ingredient list can be found on each product page. Pl…

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Why do you use apple cider vinegar in your Bone Broth?

Bone broth without apple cider vinegar (ACV)? No thanks! We use apple cider vinegar in making our Bone Broth because not only is it powerful in its own right, but it also boosts the nutrient content…

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How much sodium is in your products?

Here are the sodium levels in our Chicken & Beef Bone Broths: Our Chicken Bone Broth contains 310 mg of sodium per serving. Our Beef Bone Broth contains 330 mg of sodium per serving. For all our othe…

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Why is having collagen in your products good for me?

Our Kettle & Fire Blog has a wonderful article with more information on collagen: What is Collagen Good For? A Complete Guide. If you're interested in learning more, there are three types of collagen…

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Does Bone Broth need to gel for there to be collagen?

No, gelling is one sign of the presence of collagen but it is not required for collagen to be present in the product. Many people who make their own bone broth use the sign of the bone broth gelling…

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Why is your fat content so low in your Bone Broth?

We skim the fat off our Bone Broth because a number of our customers prefer it that way. By removing the fat from the broth, none of the health benefits are diminished. The Paleo Mom has an interesti…

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