When I went grocery shopping on Saturday morning, I found a table set up with these stocks. They smelled really good so I tried the chicken and it was almost as good as my own stock.
It's called Savory Basics and comes in a little Worcestershire sauce size bottle, 6oz. It's not a paste like Better Than Bouillon and it's not particularly salty. It's thick and 1 bottle makes a gallon of stock, 2 tablespoons, a quart and 2 teaspoons a cup. It's ingredients are:
Chicken broth concentrate, natural flavors (?), salt, yeast extract, sugar, malto-dextrin, chicken fat, vegetable concentrates (onion, celery), modified food starch, carrageenan.
I thought it was pretty tasty but have no idea what natural flavors, modified food starch and carrageenan are. It's $5.95 a bottle and their website is: www.savorybasics.com