Your gut will say thank you when sipping on this tasty chicken miso ramen bone broth. Naturally nourishing and healing and is a fantastic source of protein and collagen, zinc, and B vitamins to support immunity energy, and gut wellbeing. Ready in seconds, as tasty and nutritious as homemade broth, and easy to take on the go.
Contributes to hair growth, strong nails and helps to give skin a youthful glow (collagen)
Helps create and maintain strong and healthy bones and teeth (calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium)
Essential for connective tissue function, acting to heal and seal the gut (gelatin)
Immune boosting for cold and flu and asthma (anti-inflammatory properties)
What goes in.
Red Miso* (50 %) (Soybeans*, Rice*, Salt, Aspergillus oryzae*), Australian Free Range Chicken Bone Broth* (25 %) (Chicken Bones*, Onion*, Apple Cider Vinegar*), MCT Oil*, Deactivated Savoury Yeast Flakes, Pink Himalayan Salt, Roasted Chicken, Tapioca Starch*, Onion, Garlic, Black Pepper, Rosemary Extract.
What's kept out.
Glucose, sugars, gluten and soy.
Did you know?
Did you know many commercial bone broths are hiding ingredients like glucose, sugar, gluten and soy? These are highly inflammatory and high in omega-6 fatty acids; bad news when it comes to maintaining an ideal 3:1 ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
Lovingly made in Australia from local and imported ingredients.
Add bone broth to dishes like risotto, soup or mashed potatoes. Or have it straight-up as a nourishing tea.
An Australian family business that started in 1998 with the humble dream of helping to nourish Australian families by making it easier for them to eat healthy every day. 22 years later, their mission has never changed, priding themselves on being a company of integrity that only sources the best quality, certified organic ingredients. Not only do they care about our health, but they also care for the planet. They work hard to reduce their impact and improve sustainability in every area of their business; from recyclable packaging, to sustainable sourcing practices, down to their drying methods that preserve the highest nutritional value possible.