believe that simple solutions in the kitchen
will keep life tasty, that's why we create and
provide innovative, healthy and flavorful products
for food enthusiasts.
Our savory, hot beverage alternative to coffee
and tea was inspired by a school teacher
(co-founder Lori) who had a desire for a
healthy, convenient low calorie snack that she
could make quickly between classes. The result
is Millies Sipping Broth that is ready to serve
in a convenient broth bag. Each serving has the
right amount of satisfying flavor made from
a carefully blended mixture of all natural herbs
and spices. Individual servings are less than
20 calories and infused with good-for-you
ingredients like organic vegetable blend and a bit of green
tea. Add one tea bag to a cup of hot water,
stir and enjoy.
were encouraged to create our company from the
opportunities we had at hand, which included
a job layoff, a rich family history of staying
connected around food, and our desire to build
a business that can sustain our family while
giving back to our local community.
The original recipe for Millies Sipping Broth was
influenced by Lori's mother Millie Peha, who
made a mean broth for her matzah ball soup.
Our lower sodium, gluten free, and vegan product
is created with a unique process that infuses
a combination of all natural ingredients, organic
vegetables, wild harvest herbs, spices and a
touch of loose leaf green tea. The product is
made in industry leading and USDA organic certified
facilities, packed and delivered from the Pacific
OneFarStar, LLC has the distinction of being the
first company to have a condiment win the Gold
Award for Outstanding Product of the Year from
the Specialty Food Association - Fancy Food Show, beating out over
2,000 other contenders. The company is located
in Bellevue, Washington and owned by Llance
Kezner and Lori Peha Kezner, both natives of the
Pacific Northwest. Their product lines GarLic
it!, Auntie Gretchen's Water Infusions and Millies Sipping Broth can be found at specialty gourmet retailers
and food service providers around the country.
A portion of the profits every year go to local
food banks organized by HopeLink and social
services provides by the Pike Place Market Foundation.
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