Lamb Bone Broth, Organic, Borough Broth Co (324g)

Lamb Bone Broth, Organic, Borough Broth Co (324g)

(£1.70 per 100g)

Carefully sourced from farms in the south west of England, this organic lamb bone broth is slow cooked over 24 hours, for a rich flavour and depth and the ideal base for soups and stews. It’ll also make for a hearty mugful for those who like their cuppas with a meaty, umami hit.
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Ros created the Borough Broth Company back in 2015, when she was horrified to find the levels of added sugar, preservatives and MSG in even the premium brands of broth available on the market. She knows that a good broth starts with actual bones, and that’s exactly what you’ll get with her delicious and responsibly-sourced creations.

Ingredients & allergens

Spring Water, Lamb Bones* (40%), Carrots*, Onions*, Apple Cider Vinegar*, Black Peppercorns*, Pink Himalayan Salt, Rosemary*, Bay Leaves*
*= Produced to organic standards

May contain traces of nuts.


Nutritional Information per 100g/ml
Energy (kJ): 67
Energy (kcal): 16
Protein (g): 3.0
Carbohydrate (g): 0.5
of which sugars (g): 0.1
Fat (g): 0.1
of which saturates (g): 0.0
Salt (g): 1.1

Storage & prep

tore refrigerated and enjoy within use by date.
Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 24 hours. Do not refreeze after defrosting.
Suitable for freezing on day of purchase for up to 6 months.

Bring to the boil until piping hot. Our broth is good enough to sip straight from a mug or you can use it as a stock in your home cooking.
Microwaves vary, these are guidelines only. Pour into a microwavable bowl or mug. Microwave at 900W for 5 minutes, stirring halfway through. Ensure broth is piping hot. Leave to stand for 1 minute before serving.


Food contact material: OPE /PE MD 30+100 (solventless glue) - Recyclable
Contains BPA: No

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