Pacific Foods goes down to the bones

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TUALATIN, Ore. – Just in time for the coming cold weather season, Pacific Foods has launched a line of organic sippable bone broths the company says are packed with protein.

Pacific Foods' bone broths contain more calcium than a glass of milk.


The broths are made by slowly simmering organic chicken and turkey bones in a mixture of apple cider vinegar, water, onion, fresh herbs and seasonings for a full 24 hours. Pacific Foods sources the poultry bones from pasture-raised poultry, according to the company.

“Our bone broth has more protein than a glass of milk, half the calories and a heck of a lot more flavor,” said Kevin Tisdale, vice president of marketing for Pacific Foods. “Now, consumers can simply pour, heat and enjoy in just minutes.”

The line of bone broths includes five flavors:
• Organic Chicken with Ginger, 8 oz.
• Organic Chicken with Lemongrass, 8 oz.
• Organic Chicken Original (Unsalted), 8 oz. and 32 oz.
• Organic Turkey with Rosemary, Sage & Thyme, 8 oz.
• Organic Turkey (Unsalted), 32 oz.

The broths are packaged in BPA-free aseptic cartons, and the company's 15.2 oz. bone stock is packed in BPA-free recart cartons. All are available nationwide at natural food stores and conventional grocers with a recommended price of $1.79 - $2.39, $4.89 - $5.89, and $4.59 - $5.59, respectively.

Pacific Foods is a leading producer of organic food products. The company offers a wide variety of food and beverages including soups and sauces, broths, stocks, non-dairy beverages, dips, meals and sides.

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