Curious as this freeze dried coffee states one serving is a Tablespoon (which equals 3 teaspoons) per cup. Most of the commercial freeze dried coffee I've used lists one serving as 1 teaspoon per cup ... Show More.(6 oz water). One review I read here states the coffee is strong. I'm thinking if I use one teaspoon (as per other freeze dried coffee) I could get 123 servings rather than 41 as stated which makes this product an even better buy!! Reply from Ready Store - Hi Eric, Thanks for your feedback and you're more than welcome to use a teaspoon instead of the tablespoon serving size of Coffee. You are correct by changing over to a teaspoon you'll have over 123 servings and in an emergency, it wouldn't hurt to ration out your coffee to a teaspoon vs the serving size of a tablespoon.
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Benefits & Description
Regular Roasted | Up to 25 Year Shelf-Life | Just Add Water
• Just Add Water
EasyPrep Instant Colombian Coffee only requires hot water, making this a stress free drink to have in an emergency. • Stay Energized
Enjoy the benefits of caffeine in your diet providing you with the needed energy when it counts! • Extremely Long Shelf Life
Because this is dried and packaged properly this pouch will have a shelf life of up to 25 years! • Brewed To Perfection
Enjoy the warmth and comfort in every cup of Instant Colombian Coffee.
Coffee is the best and easyiest beverage for your early morning. The majority of the world's population can't start off the day right until they have a cup of coffee. EasyPrep™ has the perfect cup of brew you! This regular roasted coffee is perfect for any occasion that calls for this dark energetic brew. In one pouch of EasyPrep, Instant Colombian Coffee will produce over 7.5 gallons of coffee!
When planning for the unexpected or maybe for a weekend adventure, you want to have food that is easy to prepare. That's why EasyPrep™ has worked hard to provide a high-quality product, with a long-lasting shelf life. Most people are surprised that tastes good too! You know nothing is better than a warm cup of coffee to start your day off right, let the rich flavor of EasyPrep™ envelop you in the morning.
Make this can of coffee your first choice when planning your emergency food supply. When you're wanting easy food for your emergency food storage, just know that EasyPrep™ pouches are the easy way to prepare™! Here at The Ready Store, we ensure all our customers will enjoy every pouch of EasyPrep™ food. To prove that we offer a 180-day satisfaction guarantee!
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Features & Functions
SKU: FD0633G Net Weight: 7 oz (205 g) Total Servings: 120 Total Calories: 600 Shelf Life: Up to 25 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 9" x 3" x 9" Allergen and Specialty: Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Low Sodium, Shellfish Free, Soy Free Food Type: Breakfasts, Drink Mixes Packaging: Pouch Preservation: Dry Ingredients Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Preparation Instructions: Add 1 Tbsp. of coffee to 1 Cup of hot water. Stir and enjoy! Also you can add sugar, milk or creamer to sweeten your coffee. Array: EasyPrep Product Series: No Serving Size: 1 tsp dry (2 g)
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Nutrition & Ingredients
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Reply from Ready Store - Hi Eric, Thanks for your feedback and you're more than welcome to use a teaspoon instead of the tablespoon serving size of Coffee. You are correct by changing over to a teaspoon you'll have over 123 servings and in an emergency, it wouldn't hurt to ration out your coffee to a teaspoon vs the serving size of a tablespoon.
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