This is so much food! It seems like a great idea for families that are attempting to get prepared quickly.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionA full year supply | 2,010 calories per day |Classic staples with a long shelf-life
• Full of traditional food storage staples
All the items that you'll need to prepare your family's favorite recipes in case of an emergency. • Save on space
This year supply is packed into #10 cans that are filled to the max in order to save you space in your home. • Only high-quality ingredients are used
We don't skimp on the quality and order from growers that have an iffy track record for safety and quality. • A full year's supply of traditional items
This kit was designed to last you a full year and provide 2,010 calories per day. • Provide security for your family
This year kit will provide you peace of mind in case of a job loss or natural disaster. This year supply of classic food storage staples will be a great way to start out your family's storage. It is full of Saratoga Farms foods. The kit was created to last you for 12 months with a caloric intake of 2,010 calories per day.
This kit is full of the traditional staples that you can use for your family's favorite recipes. The CLASSICprep 12-month kit is full of grains, flours, pasta, beans, milk, cereals and other cooking basics. Your family won't have to adjust to new meals in case of an emergency because you'll be able to use these staple foods to create your usual meals. For example, you'll be able to use White Rice, Macaroni, Pinto Beans, White Flour, Instant Milk and much more in your cooking!
These foods also have a great shelf-life with an average shelf-life of 10-20 years per can. To get that shelf life we are careful that our production processes and equipment are top notch, no corners are cut here which translates to dependable food storage that doesn't go bad prematurely in the can.
Of course there is more to food storage than just the packaging they come in, we only use the highest-quality ingredients while creating our food storage items. While others might use cheaper ingredients to cut costs, we only use the highest-quality foods to ensure that your food storage is usable and nutrition rich. We also want to make sure that you are getting enough calories out of your food. We have specifically designed these meals so they are balanced and healthy to your family.
This year supply of traditional food storage items is delivered in boxes filled with #10 cans. These cans are filled to the brim to save you wasted space. We want you to be able to have as much food as possible in the smallest space and know that for some storage room is at a premium. By not having a bunch of 1/2 to 3/4 filled cans that means you have less cans to store to get the same amount of food.
Our final goal is we want to help your family prepare. Our company is founded on the motto that If it's not good enough for our family, it's not good enough for you. We want your family to be well prepared in case of an emergency. This kit will ensure that you are prepared for a year's time with 2,010 calories per day.
- What's In-the-Box?
(8 Cans | 184 Servings):
8 Saratoga Farms Regular OatmealSides
(12 Cans | 576 Servings):
12 Saratoga Farms Long-Grain White RiceMeats, Eggs & Protein
(10 Cans | 444 Servings):
4 Saratoga Farms Dried Black Beans 2 Saratoga Farms Dried Kidney Beans 2 Saratoga Farms Dried Navy Beans 2 Saratoga Farms Dried Pinto BeansPasta
(12 Cans | 144 Servings):
12 Saratoga Farms Egg NoodlesCooking Ingredients
(42 Cans | 3288 Servings):
14 Saratoga Farms Hard Red Winter Wheat 14 Saratoga Farms Hard White Winter Wheat 1 Saratoga Farms White Sugar 1 Saratoga Farms Brown Sugar 6 Saratoga Farms White Flour 6 Saratoga Farms Yellow CornmealDairy
(24 Cans | 2020 Servings):
4 Saratoga Farms Butter Powder 20 Saratoga Farms Fortified Instant Non-Fat MilkDrink Mix
(6 Cans | 528 Servings):
3 Saratoga Farms Fortified Orange Drink Mix 3 Saratoga Farms Fortified Apple Drink Mix
Occasionally Items may be substituted with similar items due to availability. Calorie and serving count may vary plus or minus 5% depending on substituted items.
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD7212 Preservation Method: Dehydrated Net Weight of Contents: 467 lbs 14 oz (212.22kg) Brand: The Ready Store Packaging: #10 Can Total Servings: 7,184 Total Calories: 1949 Estimated Shelf Life: 10-20 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 76" x 12" x 48" Food Type: Long-Term Supply Kits Storage Requirements: Click to read Calories/Day: 1949 Supply Duration: 12-Month Serving Size: Will Vary
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & Ingredients
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