Kettle & Fire Wants to put Bone Broth in Your Pantry

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Justin and Nick Mares, founders of Kettle & Fire. Photo: Kettle & Fire.

It may have “broth” in the name, but Kettle & Fire’s Bone Broth ain’t your mother’s chicken noodle soup. With its high concentration of protein and amino acids, bone broth is hailed as something of a miracle tonic for its ability to boost the immune system, improve joint health, and reduce inflammation.

It all started in 2013 when Nick Mares tore his ACL playing soccer. After hearing about the injury, Nick’s brother Justin went on the hunt for bone broth to aid in the recovery. After an exhaustive search, Justin realized that all the options he could find were frozen and non-organic, thus likely laden with preservatives and fillers. The Mares brothers set out to create a shelf-stable broth that was not only organic and healthy, but delicious as well.

Bone broth is made by simmering chicken, beef or fish bones with vegetables and herbs for added flavor. Unlike your average stock, Kettle & Fire’s Bone Broth uses only organic vegetables and ingredients, along with the best, most nutrient-dense bones from organic chickens and 100% grass-fed cattle.

Another thing that sets this bone broth apart is its preparation. Simmered low and slow for over 24 hours, the bones’ natural proteins and amino acids soak into the broth. That low simmers allows nutrients like collagen, calcium, and glucosamine to create a healthy drink ripe for improving digestive health, reducing arthritis, and even improving skin elasticity.

Kettle & Fire’s packaging gives the bone broth a shelf life of two years – without the preservatives, sodium or additives typically found in packaged foods. Visit Kettle and Fire to stock up – pun intended – and drink to your health!

Photo: Kettle & Fire.