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Order Arrival: Our broths are shipped frozen and should be refrigerated or frozen upon delivery to ensure freshness.
All sales are final after 2 hours from the time the order was placed. Once an order has exceeded the 2-hour window to change/cancel your order, no changes/cancellations are possible. Similarly, if you wish to add to your order, Bonafide Provisions reserves the right to treat any additions as a second order incurring additional shipping charges.
While we do not accept returns for our food products or offer refunds based on personal taste, we will issue credit or refund for products that are damaged en-route to their destination. To seek a credit, please email or call us with the following information:
Order number, damaged product item description, condition of damaged product upon arrival, date and time package was received.
Yes, we are so sorry, but unfortunately our Drinkable Veggies have been discontinued. We absolutely loved this product line but aren’t able to keep making it at this time. We will continue to sell our broths and have also launched new Soups that we truly hope you will enjoy!
Bone Broth is a beverage that has been consumed for thousands of years throughout different cultures. This nutrient-dense broth is made from the bones of animals using water, bones, vegetables, and apple cider vinegar.
A true bone broth uses just bones, no meat, and is slow simmered for no less than 18 hours to ensure maximum collagen and nutrient content.
Our broth is frozen immediately after it’s made to preserve nutrients at their peak. We never use preservatives, stabilizers, or high-heat pasteurization.
There’s a reason grandmothers across the world simmered soup on their stoves for their loved ones with ailments. We’ve seen the healing properties of bone broth firsthand, as I used bone broth both to heal my son's chronic illness and treat thousands of nutrition clients across North America.
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.
The answer is simple: bone broth is 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’s a real food and is perishable), you shouldn’t be looking for your bone broth in that section either.
We add absolutely zero stabilizers, preservatives or flavorings to increase the shelf life of our product. We freeze our broth to preserve nutrients at their peak. This is how bone broth has been made and stored for hundreds of years and we are committed to staying as true as possible to the cooking methods of our ancestors. If it ain't broke - don't mess with it!
All of our beef bones are from organic, grassfed and grass-finished cattle. They are raised with minimal interference and are allowed to roam freely in green pastures. They are never supplemented with corn or soy feed.
There are more than 28 different types of collagen, but over 90% of the collagen in the human body is Type I, which comes from – skin, tendons, organs, and bone – this makes up the majority of the collagen in our bone broth.
Type II collagen is the main component of cartilage. All of our broth recipes include joints which contain cartilage. If you’re looking for type II collagen, our chicken broth has the most type II collagen as it includes chicken feet which are primarily composed of cartilage.
Type III collagen is generally found in reticular fibers, such as in the bone marrow. It’s usually found alongside Type I collagen in the body. All of our broths contain Type III collagen.
Yes! All our bone broths and our chicken vegetable soup are Whole30-approved.
All our products are certified organic, with the exception of our Frontier Blend.
Although our Frontier Blend is not certified organic it actually reaches beyond the requirements of what even organic requires. Because the availability of organic lamb and bison bones is limited, they are not certified organic however all of the lamb and bison bones come from 100% pasture-raised animals and independently owned small family farms. They are raised with minimal interference and they are never given antibiotics or hormones. They have full access to pasture for the entirety of their lives and the farmers who raise them follow strict and stringent humane animal welfare practices.
How To Use
One of the most beautiful things about bone broth is that it's versatile. Our favorite way to use it is just as it is, warmed up in a mug. Bone Broth makes a fantastic alternative to coffee or tea. Not only that, but its protein content makes it an excellent choice for a snack between meals. We love using our bone broth as a base for our soups, stews, and sauces. It's also a great nutrient-rich substitution for water in smoothies, when making rice and pasta; you can even add it to cocktails! Try out one of our Bonafide recipes today!
Our broth is good for 1 year in the freezer (check the use-by date). Once defrosted, the broth is good for up to 7 days in the refrigerator.
The amount of broth you drink can depend on the reasons you are drinking it! If you are using it to maintain health and wellness, we recommend drinking 6-8 ounces per day. If you are using it to address more chronic, serious issues, we recommend using upwards of 24 ounces per day. Please always consult your health care practitioner to determine which protocol works best for your bio-individuality.
FROM FROZEN: For best results, remove your bone broth from freezer and thaw in refrigerator for 24 hours. Once defrosted open and poor desired amount of broth into a small stockpot. Heat over medium heat until you reach a simmer, stirring occasionally.
QUICK THAW: Place your frozen bone broth - still sealed in plastic bag - in a bowl or sink of hot water for 5 to 10 minutes, or until it can be broken into pieces. Open the bag; invert contents into a small stockpot and follow above instructions.
We always recommend using a stovetop to gently heat your bone broth. We understand that convenience doesn’t always allow for that, so as long as you’re using a microwave safe dish, it is fine to heat your broth on a low setting.
We have had lab testing done on our broths for heavy metal and lead content, and there are no detectable levels of lead in any of our broths. If you're still worried, we'll be happy to provide you with more information. Please contact us via the contact link in our footer.
This labeling is required by the USDA because the USDA does not currently recognize bones as an approved ingredient. Unlike other brands, we do not and will never add extra filler broth to our recipe. When making our broth we ONLY use bones, triple-filtered water, apple cider vinegar, and select herbs and spices.
When collagen cools it turns into gelatin. This jello-like quality of our broth is evidence that it's full of collagen and it's something we're very proud of. It's our mission to ensure that every batch of broth we make contains the maximum amount of collagen, which is why we've obsessively tested our ingredients and preparation methods.
We believe that animal products should be kept refrigerated - you wouldn't expect to find chicken or beef on a supermarket shelf, why should bone broth be there? We add absolutely zero stabilizers, preservatives or flavorings to increase the shelf life of our product. We freeze our product fresh to preserve nutrients at their peak. This is how bone broth has traditionally been made for hundreds of years and we are committed to staying as true as possible to the traditional cooking methods of our ancestors.
In order to give bone broth a longer shelf life in the refrigerator, one of two things has to happen: an acidic preservative is added (citric or lactic acid) or it must be hot filled in a plastic pouch. Because most citric and lactic acids are made from GMO molds or sugars, we will never add those to our broths because it would compromise the nutrient-dense, healing properties.
We don't believe in hot-filling our broth to increase it's shelf stability. This process can lead to the leaching of plastic components into the bone broth. Our broth is always cooled completely before being filled in our BPA + EA free bags.
Over the years, salt has gotten a bad rap. It's not salt that is the problem, but the quality of salt. This is why we use Selina Celtic Sea Salt. Celtic Sea Salt is a sun and air dried sea salt that is mined from pristine european waters. It retains up to 75 of it's naturally occurring minerals. This results in a salt that is actually good for you. Celtic sea salt provides minerals and electrolytes while helping the body to maintain proper levels of chloride, copper, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
Our products can be found in over 4,000 retailers nationwide including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, H-E-B, Ralphs, Walmart and more. Check out our store locator page to find a retailer near you.