We believe that doing what's best for our customers also means doing what's best for the planet.

At Kettle & Fire, we're committed to only packaging the highest-quality bone broth while minimizing our environmental impact and maximizing our sustainability.

Here's how we're making that vision a reality.

Get Your Inner Glow

Clear your mind, free your body, warm your soul.

Kettle & Fire is the all-in-one nutrition you've been missing.

Innovative Sustainable Packaging

Our sustainable packaging is an environmentally sound alternative to steel cans and glass jars.

Every Kettle & Fire carton is made with paperboard, a renewable resource, that comes from wood grown well-managed forests and other controlled sources.

Better yet, our cartons are fully recyclable and optimized for package weight to minimize the environmental impact.

Establishing Sustainable Business Practices

Our business practices are now even more sustainable because we're reducing transportation costs and carbon emissions.

Our goal is to achieve a circular economy by using renewable resources, responsibly sourcing materials, promoting and increasing recycling, and making production and processes resource efficient.

Promoting & Improving Recycling.

A decade ago, our partners at Tetra Pak kick-started the Carton Council, which skyrocketed the percentage of households with access to recycling. They are also developing robotic sorting technologies to help commercial recycling operations sort Tetra Pak containers more quickly and efficiently. Everything we make is designed to be recycled with ease and minimal impact.

A Natural Source of Collagen

We simmer our 100% grass-fed bones with organic ingredients for 20+ hours to get the maximum amount of collagen, proteins and amino acids into our tasty broth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are your cartons environmentally friendly?

Yes! Our cartons are produced in a factory that is certified to high environmental standards. Just the right amount of material is used in each carton, reducing unnecessary waste. The cartons are also transported easily because of their size and light weight, which reduces the number of trucks involved in shipping. Just two trucks can transport 1.5 million empty food cartons to food manufacturers!

What are your cartons made out of?

Kettle & Fire packaging is made with paperboard, a renewable resource, that comes from wood grown well-managed forests and other controlled sources.

Is your packaging recyclable?


Where can I learn more about sustainability?

To learn more about Tetra Pak's commitment to sustainability and the low carbon circular economy, please visit: https://tetrapak.com/en-us/sustainability