Our story… How you eat has such a huge effect on how you feel. But food is about more than just nutrition.

At Boosh, we believe healthy, nutritious food can be exciting, joyful and full of flavour.  Eating well shouldn’t be a chore.

Our bone broths are slowly simmered to capture as many nutrients (and as much flavour) as possible. They’re naturally rich in collagen, protein, vitamins and minerals. Because you deserve to Feel Everyday Wonderful – from puberty to the menopause and beyond.

Boosh bone broths are perfect for adding extra flavour and goodness to a whole heap of dishes – whether it’s a nourishing noodle soup or an Organic Beef Bone Broth Bolognese. You can also just enjoy a broth as a comforting hot drink – it’s the perfect pick-me-up when you’re feeling low.

Right from the start, we knew we wanted to make our bone broths planet-healthy too. That means ditching the plastic packaging, sourcing our organic ingredients responsibly (grass fed & free range) and treating people fairly. We have more work to do, but we are committed to trying our best to make things better – for our customers, our suppliers and the planet.

Meet Fiona

Fiona is the brains, the brawn and, yes, the beauty behind Boosh. She’s a foodie at heart and loves nothing more than cooking for friends and family. She’s also a businesswoman and a parent. So she knows how tricky it is to find the time (and energy) to cook from scratch. Which is why she launched Boosh.

People have known about the benefits of bone broths for centuries. But it takes an awfully long time to make a good one. So Fiona decided to create a bone broth with all of the goodness of one you’d make at home, that can live in your cupboard until you need it.

Ultimately, she wants to make it easier for people to enjoy tasty, nourishing food, whatever their age and lifestyle.

Plastic free packaging

Plastic free packaging

What don’t we love? Plastic.
Our bone broths are packaged in 100% recyclable glass jars.
Because we think it’s time to ditch the plastic pouches.
(And your local council probably agrees)