Pacific Foods gives bone broth soup new meaning

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Pacific Foods gives bone broth soup new meaning

07/31/2018
Pacific Foods is giving its well-known line of bone broth soups a bit of a revamp.

The Tualatin, Ore.-based company unveiled a new line of organic chicken bone broth, which contains 7-to-10 g of protein and 400 mg to 600 mg of sodium per serving.

Each variety features such ingredients as lentils, chickpeas and beans, and also is certified organic by the USDA. The company’s new flavors include:

  • Caribbean Black Bean, which contains black beams, onions and red bell peppers, and also is dairy-free;

  • Chicken Noodle, which is dairy-free, and features organic chicken, egg noodles, onions, carrots and celery;

  • Curry Chickpea, which has chickpeas, green lentils, vegetables, turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander and cloves, also is dairy-free;

  • Hearty Italian Vegetable, which is dairy-free, and contains red and green bell peppers, ripe tomatoes, navy beans and traditional Italian herbs and spices; and

  • White Bean Kale and Millet, which features milk, and has navy beans, antioxidant-rich kale, millet and parmesan cheese.


“Soup and broth are what we know best, and now we’ve combined the best of both,” Kelly McCann, brand manager for Pacific Foods, said. “Our shelf-stable bone broth was an immediate success when we launched in 2014. Demand continues to grow year after year, and adding a line of hearty soups using our nutritious bone broth gives protein-hungry consumers another healthy option.”

Pacific Foods’ New line is packaged in BPA-free, recyclable cartons that come in a 17-oz. size and retail for $4.69 to $4.99. The broths will roll out to conventional and natural retailers in August.