Remedy Bone Broth is doing our part for sustainability. We recognize that if we want this planet to sustain us, we need to sustain the planet. Everything we do has an impact, which is why we compost, recycle, and reuse. We recycle all non-compostable items like cardboard, shipping boxes, plastic jugs, and glass containers. We use a compostable and recyclable shipping liner with reusable gel ice packs for our online shipping, and we offer a "return clean and we recycle'' service to our farmers market customers.
Remedy Bone Broth takes our responsibility to the community seriously. We are environmentally aware and work hard to be sustainable with our local footprint. We also donate to help with the growing issue of hunger in our community. We believe that to be a great company we need to have more than a financial profit. We need to have an impact on our community.
Why would anyone drink bone broth? Rich in collagen, amino acids, and protein, bone broth is a delicious, bio available solution with a difference you can literally feel and see. Bone broth increases your quality of life by reducing aches and pains with its anti-inflammatory effects and heals your skin and digestive tract with the collagen rich amino acids. The bio available collagen protein available in bone broth assists in skin, tissue, and muscle repair. From post-workout recovery to healing digestive issues, bone broth hydrates, heals, and strengthens.
Gut health is vital to our overall health. If you aren't eating the right things and eating too much of the wrong things you can evict the good tenants in your gut and bring in the unpleasant tenants like candida, which cause many issues in our gut health. Hormone imbalance, bad bacteria growth, bad absorption, and many other problems can begin with your gut health. Remedy Bone Broths are gentle enough not to aggravate your stomach but full of gut healing collagen to speed up the process of healing your GI lining.
If food matters for us, then it also matters for your food's food. Remedy Bone Broth uses organic vegetables and spices, grass-fed beef, and pasture-raised chicken. The environment we create for the animals and plants we eat affects their nutrition, health and well-being - and likewise affect our nutrition, health, and well-being.