Why Our Bone Broth? – Kettle & Fire

Why Our Bone Broth?

We started Kettle & Fire to create the healthiest and best bone broth on the market. What makes us special?

The best ingredients money can buy

Our bone broth uses only organic ingredients, organic bones, and - for our beef bone broth - marrow bones from 100% certified grass-fed, grass-finished cattle.

See our full ingredient list below:

Beef bone broth: Marrow bones from organically raised, 100% grass-fed cows, organic carrots, organic celery, organic onions, organic bay leaves, organic apple cider vinegar, and RO-purified water.

Chicken bone broth: Chicken bone broth (filtered water, organic chicken bones, organic apple cider vinegar), chicken broth, organic celery, organic roasted poblano pepper, organic green pepper, organic onion, organic carrots, organic garlic, organic scallions, organic tomato puree, organic herbs (parsley, thyme, rosemary, basil), organic spices, sea salt.

Our combination of 100% grass-fed bones, organic vegetables, and 24+ hour cook times come together to make the healthiest (and best) bone broth on the market.


Organic, 100% Grass-fed Bones

We use bones from organic chickens and 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle that are hormone and antibiotic free. Not all bones are created equal, which is why we only use knuckle, patella, femur, and feet bones. These bones have been shown to contain the highest concentration of white and red stem-cell marrow, as well as high levels of collagen - one of the major benefits of drinking bone broth. 

We source all of our bones from 100% certified grass-fed and grass-finished cattle. Our cattle have been organically raised by family ranchers in California, Colorado and Washington state. 

Innovative Packaging Method

Our packaging is where we really differentiate ourselves from other bone broth companies. You see, we’re the only beef bone broth company to use millions of dollars of packaging equipment in the making of our product.

First, the bone broth is made using all organic ingredients and marrow bones from grass-fed cattle. Then, once the broth has been simmered for 24+ hours, we package it.

It’s the way we pack it that’s so revolutionary. We package it while it’s hot (so no germs can get in), and in what’s known as an “aseptic” vacuum environment. This means that, when our bone broth actually goes into the packaging, there are zero pathogens in the box or in the packaging area. In fact, there’s not even air! We also line the inside of the packaging with a thin layer of heat-resistant polymer to ensure that no leeching or reaction occurs between the packaging and the bone broth itself, thus maintaining the integrity of the bone broth.

Because there’s no air or anything present when we package and seal each container, there’s nothing that can react with the broth and cause it to spoil. That allows us to ship it in a way that’s environmentally friendly, and get it to your home in a matter of days. That’s why we don’t need to add any preservatives, additives, hormones or other gunk to the product. It’s all in the packaging!

Environmentally Friendly Packaging

Not only do we want to make and sell the best bone broth, but we want to do so in a way that is environmentally friendly. Our packaging is recyclable and made mainly of wood fibre - a natural and renewable raw material. The FSC™ label on our packaging is a guarantee that it is sourced from responsible forest management and other controlled sources, and it is supported by global environmental organizations like WWF and Greenpeace.

Our packaging is sustainable, biodegradable, and does not release any harmful chemical byproducts during the manufacturing process (unlike styrofoam packaging). 

We were committed to find a way to get you bone broth without harming the environment…and we're very proud of what we’ve done.


Thank you for stopping by our little corner of the internet. We give you our promise that as long as you’re drinking Kettle & Fire, you’ll be drinking the healthiest and most delicious bone broth known to humankind.

Nick and Justin Mares
Founders, Kettle & Fire