Brooklyn Bouillon is very honored to be featured in local and national media as a sustainable food company. Check out the Food Curated video and articles that tell you more about what we do and why we do it!

NATIONAL COVERAGE

The New York Times: Video: Brooklyn Bouillon

The New York Times: Front Burner: A Venerable Ingredient in an Indie Form

Food Curated: Treating Bones Like the Gold of an Animal (see video below)

The Splendid Table: 'I became a broker of bones': Why Rachael Mamane started selling stock

Modern Farmer: Farmers: This Lady Wants Your Bones

Clean Plates: Gold Standard

Harper's Bazaar: Why to drink bone broth, and a lot of it

The Brooklyn Ink: Is Brooklyn Becoming the Silicon Valley of Food?

Serious Eats: Meet and Eat: Rachael Mamane, Brooklyn Bouillon

Friend of the Farmer: Bouillon: Stock in Trade (Previously appeared Nomad Editions Real Eats)

Grist: Giving Sustainable Businesses a Needed Push

Edible Brooklyn: Money Might Not Grow on Trees, But Some Investors Find it in Pastures

Mouth of the Border: Giving the Words "The Lovely Bones" New Meaning

Tasting Table: Dinner Helpers from the Chefs

Jason Foscolo: Business Models that Will Change the Food System

Slow Money NYC: 2011 Entrepreneur Showcase & Resource Exchange

Seriously Soupy: Cleansing Kale and Lentil Soup from Brooklyn Bouillon

Daily Kos: In Sandy's Wake, Thanksgiving Comes to Red Hook, Brooklyn

Gowanus Your Face Off: Booyah, Brooklyn Bouillon!

The Observer's Very Short List: An Eye on Food Waste

INTERNATIONAL COVERAGE

Die Welt: Bis auf die Knochen

de Volkskrant: Bottenbouillon: hip, maar ook gezond?

Brooklyn Bouillon: Treating Bones Like the Gold of an Animal