The Osso Good Company is introducing nutrient-rich Tomato Basil, Butternut Squash and Thai Carrot soups at Natural Products Expo West, which runs from March 8-10 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Show-goers are invited to stop by Booth #N1146 for savor the flavors.
“Our new Bone Broth Soup’r Foods mark an exciting progression for Osso Good, as we open a new chapter in the prepared meal space,” said Jazz Hilmer, co-founder and chief technology officer of the San Rafael, California-based company. “The goal is to bring consumers the benefits of real, delicious bone broth that’s crafted with ingredients they can trust and feel good about.”
Made with blends of organic vegetables and herbs, the line is Whole30-approved, paleo-friendly, gluten-free, dairy-free and contains no added antibiotics or artificial flavors. All ingredients are sourced from small, family-run farms in Northern California and Oregon.
Distributed frozen in 12-ounce, BPA-free stand-up pouches, the products have a suggested retail price of $7.99 each.
Osso Good’s Tomato Basil recipe adds a twist to the classic American comfort food favorite by featuring bone broth and coconut cream in place of heavy milk cream to boost its flavor profile.
The smooth, buttery Butternut Squash soup is presented as a quintessential fall and winter staple that provides nourishment as well as flavor fulfillment.
Packed with macronutrients, Thai Carrot soup delivers the benefits of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants, along with the immune system boosting and gut health support of bone broth, plus healthy fats from organic coconut oil and coconut cream.
Meanwhile Meredith Cochran, co-founder and chief executive officer of the Osso Good Company, is further spreading the word of the nourishing powers of bone broth by publishing The 7-Day Bone Broth Diet Plan: Healing Bone Broth Recipes to Boost Health and Promote Weight Loss. Her diet advice guide and cookbook combines an actionable weight loss program and nourishing recipes.
“As a passionate scholar of traditional Chinese medicine and herbology, and avid believer in a holistic approach to wellness, I was inspired to write the book to serve as a resource for how to use food, and more specifically bone broth, as a medicine to help heal the body from the inside out,” said Cochran. “Because bone broth is full of nutrients, collagen, gelatin, amino acids and more, it supports the nourishment and health benefits people crave.”