Frequently Asked Questions

Does FOND Bone Broth need to be refrigerated?

Yes, our bone broth tonics are so fresh - they are required to be refrigerated! No preservatives or even sneaky ones like added acids or celery salt. The broth needs to be refrigerated at all times.

Why do you call it a “Tonic?”

Infusing our bone broths with the finest quality ingredients sets us apart from the rest and makes our bone broth truly a sipping broth, much more at home among the kombucha than the canned soup isle.

How long does it last once opened?

Once it is opened, you have 4 - 7 days to use it. If you’re coming up on 7 days or are going to be heading out of town, pour the broth into an ice cube tray and freeze it.

Why is Pasture Raised chicken important?

Pasture raising chicken means volumes not only for the flavor and nutritional content of our bone broth but also for our impact on our land. Caged chickens are frequently given antibiotics and literally sleep in their own feces - it is sad friends and we want NO part of that. Our chickens graze in pastures under open skies and the farmer’s supplement with organic non-gmo feed so the chickens are healthy and happy.

Do you sell beef bone broth flavors?

We sell beef bone broth flavors at the Farmers’ Markets we attend.

Is your shipping solution eco-friendly?

Yes! Our shipping solutions cost us a pretty penny, but with good reason! Our insulators are actually recycled cotton and are easily biodegradable or reusable!

What are the benefits of drinking bone broth?

Studies in increasing number have been written about the benefits of bone broth. Bone broths are rich in protein, collagen and amino acids which can help:

• Reduce inflammation and help muscle repair

• Soothe and support digestion for good gut health

• Support joint health, immune system and metabolic functions

• Support a low-inflammatory diet

What does FOND Mean?

FOND means foundation or base in French, and that’s a big part of why we’re here: to be the foundation of your culinary and nutritional life. We’re here to show you just how “good” good for you can taste!