You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers!
Where are Pressery Products made? ↓
Since Pressery’s earliest days, quality and integrity have been our top priorities. We want to make sure you’re getting the best of the best every time you take a sip (or a bite), which is why we proudly produce and quality-check each and every item we sell from of our full-scale manufacturing operation in Denver, Colorado.
Are your products gluten free? ↓
While most of our products do not contain gluten (our broths and juices), we do process gluten-containing products (ramen kits) in our facility. We have an allergen program in place to prevent cross-contamination for all our gluten-free friends.
What do you do with your food waste? ↓
We are proud to partner with local farms like The Golden Hoof out in Boulder, CO to give our food waste a second life. The leftover pulp & scraps from our juicing process are converted to compost or silage to supplement the diet of livestock and reduce methane emissions. You can read more about our sustainability efforts here.
Are your packages recyclable? ↓
Every product we make is packaged using 100% recyclable materials. We’re also huge fans of upcycling, and encourage our customers to give our bottles and kits a second life — share your trash-to-treasure creations with us on Instagram, and be sure to tag #presseryupcycle!
Are your bottles BPA-free? ↓
Yes! All of Pressery's packaging is BPA-free and fully recyclable.
What happened to your Sparkling Drinking Vinegars? ↓
We said a fond farewell to our beloved Sparkling Drinking Vinegars at the end of Summer 2018. We firmly believe that keeping our commitment to innovation alive requires the ability to—as they say—“fail fast, fail often, fail forward.” Our Vinegars are currently enjoying a comfortable retirement alongside our Probiotic Soups and seasonal Turkey Brine, and we are more focused than ever on developing new, innovative products that our customers can’t get enough of.
What is bone broth? ↓
Remember that giant pot of veggie scraps and chicken bones that sat simmering on your grandma’s stove-top for days? We give you all the nourishing, flavorful goodness without any of the hassle. We slow-simmer the highest-quality grass-fed beef & antibiotic-free chicken bones to make our broths, adding coconut vinegar to extract maximum nutrients and all-organic veggies for that unbeatable flavor and seriously sippable consistency.
Why is bone broth good for you? ↓
Bone broth is chock full of benefits that health nuts cannot stop raving about. The minerals and essential amino acids extracted during the simmering process have been linked to improving digestive health and joint function, strengthening hair & nails, and improving skin.
Is your chicken & beef ethically raised? ↓
Yes! Double Yes!! We maintain the highest standards for all the ingredients we use in our products. All the cattle we source is 100% grass-fed, which is a heavily audited claim and much harder to achieve than grass-fed. The USDA FSIS-approved claims that accompany our beef bones are:
100% grass fed
No Antibiotics Administered
No Added Hormones
Free-Range - Never Confined to Feedlot
Non-GMO Project Verified
The chicken we source is all Step 3 Rated, meaning all chickens have access to outdoor areas with ample water, shade, and features to promote natural behaviors (i.e. bales of straw for pecking and tree branches for playing and hiding). The claims that accompany our chicken bones are:
Non-GMO Project Verified
Fed an organic vegetarian diet
No Antibiotics Ever
Raised without added hormones
We hope you can sip comfortably knowing your broth comes from happy, healthy cows and chickens!
What is Ramen 2.0? ↓
Remember those stale, dry instant noodles from your college days? We thought it was high time to give that convenient, on-the-go staple a serious makeover. Using our nourishing broth as a base, we created a fresh (not dried) heat-and-eat noodle bowl for all you health nuts with hustle. We make our all-organic ramen kits with fresh broth & noodles, and we leave out the MSG, Preservatives, and Artificial Flavors. Nothing fried, nothing dried — we’re all about keeping it fresh.
Are your products organic? ↓
Many of our products are certified USDA Organic, including our Ramen Kits, Bone Broths, and Green & Beet Juices. For info on a specific product, we suggest you check out the product page.
How long will your bone broth stay good once opened? ↓
We recomend using our bone broth within 5 days after opening — just don’t forget to keep it in the fridge!
Where can I find your products? ↓
We’re in hundreds of stores nationwide, and our network of retailers is constantly growing! For the most up-to-date list of where we’re sold, visit our store locator.
What is HPP (high pressure processing)? ↓
Many juices are heat-pasteurized, which affects the natural flavors and nutritional benefits of the fresh fruits and veggies inside. That’s why we cold-press our juice using high pressure processing, which keeps our juices tasting as fresh as possible. Once our custom blends have been pressed and bottled, we subject them to intense pressure several times greater than found in the deepest part of the ocean. This helps protect flavor, color, and nutrients while ensuring product safety.
What makes Pressery Bone Broth Different? ↓
Unlike other products on the market that are powdered or frozen, our Organic Bone Broth is 100% fresh and ready to drink. We use only the highest-quality ingredients and ethically-sourced meat to craft our broths, resulting in a mouthwatering flavor and easy-to-drink texture that you can feel good about incorporating into your diet.
I’d love to sell Pressery products at my store or business. How can I start carrying them? ↓
We’d love to be friends! Shoot us an email at email@example.com and we’ll see what we can do to get Pressery on your shelf.
Media Kit ↓
Looking for a little more info on the company and our products? Download our media kit here.
How do I apply for a Job at Pressery? ↓
Hey there, potential future coworker! We can’t wait to get to know you. Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, contact info, and a sentence or two about what you’d add to the team.