Have you ever gone down the soup isle and found the section with the broths and meat bases? Did you think to yourself, what is there difference? Or what is a meat base used for? The answer is that there is a HUGE difference between the two in quality, price, and convenience.
The first thing you need to know about a chicken broth is that it has a shelf life of 14 days once opened and you only get a few servings out of a box. In addition to that, you cannot make the broth stronger, but only weaker by adding water.
Bases, on the other hand, are not packaged in liquid form. A jar of Anne’s Chicken Base contains 76 (1 tsp.) servings of real meat, salt, and other natural flavors. All you have to do is spoon a desired amount out and melt it into a boiling pot of water.
So let’s compare the two. Swanson’s Chicken Broth sells at Wal-Mart for $2 and can make 4 (1 cup) servings at 50 cents per serving. Anne’s Chicken Base sells for $6 and can make 76 (1 tsp.) servings at 8 cents per serving. In addition to a better price, Anne’s chicken base lasts longer and is a better way to enhance your meat by using real meat and natural flavors.
Check out our meat and vegetable bases online at https://www.annesdumplings.com/modules/cart/shopping_custom.php?prc=3 or look for them in select grocery stores.