How is your broth different?

We only source the highest-quality ingredients – bones from organically raised, grass-fed animals, fresh vegetables, whole, fresh herbs and spices to make every batch. We then simmer it for approximately 18 hours, one batch at a time, to ensure maximum nutrient density in every cup. This process takes time, and costs money. It’s not the easiest way to make bone broth, but we know it’s the only way.

Our ratio of bones to water is close to 1:1 resulting in broth rich in collagen and other proteins. Unlike other brands, which are made from concentrate, Brodo is always made from bones. We incorporate fresh organic vegetables for better flavor and more well-rounded nutrition. We use no preservatives, that’s why we ship frozen. As a result, Brodo has intact gelatin, not broken down, like the shelf-stable broth in the paper cartons you find on grocery store shelves.

Where do your bones come from?

We get all of our bones from cooperatives and family farms. Our beef bones are from 100% grass-fed animals, fed on open pastures, never feedlots and are free of antibiotics and hormones. Our poultry (chicken and turkey) are certified organic and raised on pasture. They are fed a vegetarian diet free of GMO’s, antibiotics, chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

Is there a vegetarian broth at Brodo?

There is! We have a seaweed-based broth made from wild seaweed, mushrooms and organic vegetables. It’s currently available in our NY locations. We hope to bring it to you country-wide soon.

What are the benefits of Bone Broth?

We thought you’d never ask. Broth boosts immunity and fights inflammation by healing your gut. Broth is great for healthy skin, hair, nails and bones. For more reading on the topic click here.

Are your broths gluten free?

Yes

Are they sugar free?

Yes

How about dairy free?

Yes

How much sodium is in your broth?

Our sodium levels vary slightly, 450-550 milligrams per 8oz serving. We season to taste and only use mineral-rich sea salt.

Do you ship everywhere?

We ship to all the lower 48 states.

Does the broth arrive frozen?

The broth is shipped frozen. Depending on where you’re located and the shipment method, the broth will arrive cold to partially frozen.

How soon will you ship after I place an order?

To ensure product safety - we only ship Mon-Weds. Order before noon on Wednesdays ship same day.

How do I use it?

Warm broth is wonderful when you drink it straight from a cup. It’s also great for cooking soups, risottos, stews and more. In your shipment you’ll find a recipe guide full of ideas inspired by our shops.

What is the best way to heat the broth?

From the fridge: Pour your desired amount of broth in a pot. Bring to a simmer over medium heat. From the freezer: Run container under cold water to loosen. Empty into a pot. Bring entire contents to a simmer in a covered pot.

The gelatin thaws last, so heat the entire container at once, or give it a good mix before heating a portion.

Can I re-freeze the broth once it is thawed?

Absolutely. We suggest thawing it all and then re-freezing in ice cube trays so you can use it more easily for cooking or sipping as needed.

How long is it good for?

Your broth is good for a week in the fridge. Refreeze and it keeps for up to a year.

Where can I find a list of ingredients and nutritional information?

Nutrition info for each broth is available on it’s product info page.

What is your return policy?

Your enjoyment of Brodo is hugely important to us. If you’re not satisfied for any reason please get in touch and we’ll do our best to make it right.

What is your privacy policy?

We respect your right to privacy and do our utmost to protect it. Under no circumstances will we share your information with a third party. Find our entire privacy policy here.

What delivery carrier do you use?

We ship UPS by 2-Day Ground, 2-Day Air or overnight.

Do you offer larger sizes or wholesale pricing?

We do, please contact us directly.

Our intention is to keep this succinct - if you have specific questions not covered above please feel free to get in touch!