Can bone broth be the next kombucha? Investment group CAVU Venture Partners thinks so. The fund announced today an $8 million series A investment in upstart bone broth brand, Kettle and Fire.
The issue was discovered when a consumer submitted a complaint to the USDA. Osso Co-Founder and CFO Toran Hilmer told NOSH that the complaint was submitted as an “anonymous tip.”
This week Venice Brands, a new consumer-focused VC fund, announced an investment in The Osso Good Company, a producer of frozen bone broths. In addition to putting dry powder behind the bone broth company, the deal marks the first investment for Venice, which was launched in January of this year and is an offshoot of Monogram Capital.
The Illinois-based brand introduced its new line of USDA organic powdered bone broth on Wednesday. The launch comes less than two weeks after the company announced its expansion into over 790 Vitamin Shoppes nationwide.
Bare Bones Classic Turkey Bone Broth is made from the bones of pasture-raised turkeys, along with organic vegetables and herbs that aren’t sold to grocers and would otherwise go to waste.
Packed with 20g of protein per serving, Dr. Amy’s Beef Bone Broth by Nucific provides the body with essential amino acids, such as proline and glycine, which has been proven to help digestion and fat burning plus improve energy levels and sleep. Nucific’s bone broth also contains high levels of collagen, which results in desirable beauty benefits such as better hair and skin health.
Brothee, Southern California’s leading purveyor of organic bone and vegan broths, has today announced nationwide home delivery for its flavorful, nutritious products.
Bonafide Provisions, the pioneer of frozen, organic bone broth, is expanding its rapidly-growing healing broth portfolio with the debut of two new savory recipes, Free Range Turkey and Frontier Blend, as well as new individual serving size 6-packs of its beloved Free Range Chicken and Grass Fed Beef bone broth varieties. The new broths and pack size were unveiled at Natural Products Expo East where attendees were among the first to experience the innovations.
Just two years after deciding to start a bone broth company, Bru Broth founders Soo-Ah Landa and Mary Butler have entered into an agreement with Coke-backed beverage incubator L.A. Libations to help them expand. As part of the deal, L.A. Libations will purchase equity in the fledgling bone broth company.