New Zealand Free Range (Halal) Super Defence Bone Broth Tonic (Chicken), 500ml, price/pouch, frozen

New Zealand Free Range (Halal) Super Defence Bone Broth Tonic (Chicken), 500ml, price/pouch, frozen

Sale price $23.00 SGD Regular price $28.00 SGD

Drink yourself healthy with Super Defence Bone Broth Tonic (Halal), made with New Zealand Chicken Bones, Manuka Honey, Ginger, Turmeric and Lemon.

Our NZ Free Range Chicken Bone Broth is a source of protein, collagen and amino acids. Slow simmered for 24 hours for maximum goodness.

Just heat and sip your way to wellbeing. Pour into stovetop safe saucepan or microwavable mug and heat to 75 degrees for more than 2 minutes before consuming.

Ingredients - Chicken Bone Broth (97%) [Filtered water, New Zealand Free-Range Chicken Bones, Apple Cider Vinegar, Himalayan Mineral Salt, Peppercorns], Ginger Puree (1.25%), Reconstituted Lemon Juice (1%) (Contains E223), Manuka Honey (0.75%), Ground Turmeric (0.04%), Yeast Extract.

Consume within 7 days of opening.


How our bone broth is made

Bone broth is made from animal marrow bones and connective tissue Our chicken has been slow simmered for up to 48 hours, often with herbs, vegetables, and spices. ​

It all starts with our free range chicken bones, all sourced from New Zealand farms. Our farmers raise their animals without any added hormones and antibiotics. ​

We combine the highest collagen content bones with filtered water and apple cider vinegar into a large steel kettle.

Part way through the cooking process we add only Himalayan sea salt, and peppercorns. This means no artificial ingredients, no preservatives and no additives. ​

The broth is cooked for 24 hours for chicken at 75-85 degrees Celsius. This process provides enough time for the nutrients, collagen and amino acids to soak into the broth. ​We package our broth while it’s hot and then it is cooled (very quickly!).

Our product has had none of the valuable nutrients destroyed through pasteurization or other heat-related packaging methods.

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