Local, Ethical, Goodness
Boulder Broth makes certain that bones are sourced from local, ethically-farmed produce, pastured grass-finished beef and bison and truly free-range chickens.
healing yourself and the land
Made with 💛 in boulder, colorado
We source from family run farms which offer a level of quality that grocery stores do not. Every small batch of our locally sourced bone broth is made with slow-roasted marrow bones from 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle, bison and happy chickens. We use all organic vegetables, sea salts and herbs to create the most nutritious bone broth available. Our recipes were meticulously crafted with the belief that good food is more valuable than medicine..
We make our broth the old fashioned way, allowing generous time which gives the precious bone marrow, collagen and amino acids time to break down into the broth. Once our pots are filled to the brim with freshly picked, local produce we let the broth do its thing.
Not only is Boulder Broth nutritious, it’s also incredibly delicious. Over the years we’ve honed our stock recipes by working with chefs who are classically trained, James Beard Award-winners. We are committed to working with ranchers whose priority is sustainability and farmers who believe in ethically grown organic food.
This assures that every sip of our bone broth is full of integrity, brimming with nutrition and fantastic taste. Many have said it’s the best they’ve ever had!
💧 A percentage of all proceeds is donated to Charity Water, where 100% of public donations go directly to fund clean water projects. Because there are 785 million people in the world who live without clean water. Because access to clean water means education, income and health. And that’s powerful.
My name is Kirstine and I don’t take shortcuts.
It starts in Autumn 2007 when I delivered my son, Canaan. While my pregnancy was amazing, the birth was not. I ended up hemorrhaging, and both of us came within inches of almost losing our lives. With so much blood loss, my dynamic team of doctors including my nutritionist and lactation consultant all agreed I should reap the benefits of high-quality bone broth which would provide the nutrients to heal my body and help me produce more breastmilk for my baby, despite extreme postpartum deficiencies.
I’ve been making bone broth and incorporating it into our lives regularly ever since, and it has nourished us through a multitude of life experiences. As a young mama making all of my son’s food, I cooked nearly everything in stock to add nutrition for my growing boy. Steamed veggies, rice, quinoa and poached eggs went into literally thousands of recipe runs until I was 100% certain I was ready to share my delicious broth with the world!