Fish bone broth (6x 350ml)

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Fish bone broth

Our fish bone broth from organic salmon from Ireland is cooked for 20 hours and thus contains plenty of nutrients and minerals. Star anise, fennel and celery give our fish broth its delicate flavor.

The wild water salmon grows up in flowing water on a sustainable fish farm in Ireland. Because of the good husbandry and the high water quality, the aquaculture of the fish farm is one of the best in the world.

  • Why organic salmon from aquaculture? - "Wild salmon is threatened with extinction, it is better not to buy it" (Verbraucherzentrale Bayern).
  • Wild salmon often comes from polluted stocks such as the Atlantic Ocean and is therefore neither healthier nor ecologically safer than salmon from aquaculture.
  • With organic salmon, the consumer can be sure that no chemicals have been added and the salmon have not been treated with antibiotics.

Facts fish bone broth:

  • Sugar-free: 0.0 g sugar per jar
  • Low in calories: Only 14 kcal per jar

Our organic fish bone broth is ready to eat. The broth tastes best, when slightly heated up.

How do I use fish bone broth?

  • Drink pure as a daily health ritual to supply your body with nutrients and minerals.
  • Refine smoothies with the nutrients of organic fish bone broth.
  • Use as a low-calorie nutrient supplier during a diet or fasting cure.
  • Use as a base for delicious recipes, e.g. soups, sauces, bouillabaisse.

Nutrition information per 100g

kj 15
kcal 4
Total Fat 0,0
thereof Saturated Fat
Carbohydrates 0,1
thereof sugars 0,0
Protein 0,8
Salt 0,4


Salmon carcasses* (19%)
Star arnise*

* from controlled organic cultivation



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