Chicken Broth - Regular l ltr Pouch | thepaleobrothcompany
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Chicken Broth - Regular l ltr Pouch


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This is the perfect size for the home, family friendly and enough for a 200ml cup for 5 days. Don't forget it's great for using in a tasty recipe, have a look on our recipe blog for someting new every week.

Our practical one litre pouch fits in the fridge door making it easy to store.

All our Chicken broth is made using free range chickens with a pinch of Himalayan crystal pink salt. Our Chicken bones are slowly simmered in stainless steel pots for a minimum of 24 hours, the result is a rich full flavoured broth, deeply nourishing, a real Chicken broth the way it should be.

The Chickens are Free Range slow maturing natural breeds which live for a minimum 13 weeks as opposed to the lifespan of the commercial chicken breeds , they have permanent access to pasture allowing them to range freely in small groups, no chemicals or hormones are used in the farming of the land or the raising of the birds, they are provided with a free range indoor grain which is GM free and have full access to natural pasture outside all day.

Postage is £8.60 regardless of how much you order (up to 10 ltr ) for next day delivery.

We ship our broth directly from our kitchen on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday via a 24 hour courier, which will ensure your order will never be delayed over the weekend.

It is important that you ensure somebody is present at the delivery address to collect your order, or alternatively, please make sure you fill in the ‘Delivery Instructions’ and provide the driver with as many details as possible if you would like the box to be delivered to a neighbour’s house or put in a safe place, or why not have it sent to your place of work.

Important Storage Information:
Please keep your broth refrigerated & use within 5 days once defrosted. Our frozen broth can be kept frozen up to 6 months, just remember always defrost your broth in the refrigerator.