I keep several boxes of "Pacific Natural Foods" brand organic, low sodium, vegetable broth in the pantry for a quick broth when I don't have time to brew up what I need. I also add it to soups, cook rice in it, etc.
The information on the box claims the product is fat free, gluten free, low sodium (compared to other broths, I suppose?), all natural, and organic. It is also "yeast free" which is a main consideration for me.
Ingredients: Filtered water, organic carrots, organic tomatoes, organic celery, organic onions, organic garlic, organic leeks, sea salt, organic bay leaves, organic parsley, organic thyme.
Per 1 cup serving size
Total fat: 0g
Total carbs: 3g
% Daily Values
I buy mine at a Health Food store in another town, over 35 miles away. The last time I bought it, it was $3.32 for one qt., so I don't use it on a daily basis! --but it's great to have on hand for "time" emergencies, or for a little added flavor. My experience with broth cubes, etc. through the years was kinda' like in my meat-eating early years--it was the fat and the salt that was the "taste". This broth is more bland than most, but my taste buds are more sensitive to the subtle flavors.
This is the same "Pacific" brand that offers "milks" in boxes: almond, hazelnut, oat, rice, and soy.
The co. has a website for more information, if interested: