I think a few of these added to the Minuteman Kit would be ideal for a cache supply.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionUp to 30 Yr Shelf-Life | Just Add Water | 16 Servings
• Great For 72 Hour Kits
By placing these pouches in your 72 hour kits so you will have food covered for that critical time. • Get the Taste and Nutrition You Need
These Mountain House meals contain up to 14 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber per serving • Don’t Waste Your Valuable Time
There is no cooking necessary! Just add water and enjoy. • Versatile and Convenient
The stand-up pouch doubles as cookware and a dish so there is little clean up. It's not enough to have an emergency kit if you don't have any food. These three Mountain House meals are easy to prepare and taste great. With their slim profile, it’s not only perfect for emergencies, but also for backpacking/camping trips as well! Just heat up some water, pour directly inside the pouch, and in a few minutes you have a complete meal—no dishes required! Make sure your emergency kits include easy to prepare food such as these Mountain House pouches.
Just think of the comfort a supply of tasty and filling emergency foods will be to your family during a disaster. Mountain House freeze-dried pouches only require water before they are ready to eat and have a up to a 30 year shelf life so there is no worry of spoiled foods. Don’t wait until it’s too late to prepare--adding our Add-On Kit to your survival bag is one step closer to peace of mind in the midst of a storm.
The Mountain House brand is a Gold Taste Award winner for the quality ingredients and fresh taste of their freeze-dried meals. Unlike other companies, Mountain House prepares, cooks, and freeze-dries their food themselves. This freeze-dry process offers many advantages over dehydrating because it retains the taste, texture, and shape of fresh frozen foods. Freeze-drying locks in the freshness, vitamins, nutrients, color and aroma of your meals. This is why Mountain House is able to consistently rate #1 year after year.
All the contents of a Mountain House pouch are freeze dried to allow for a shelf life of up to 30-years. Mountain House has also taste tested the pouches and at 25 years after the manufacture date and they still had the same great taste as the day it was freeze dried.
- What's in the Box?
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EK0109K Net Weight: 27.8 oz (788g) Total Servings: 16 Cost per Serving: Total Calories: 3,500 Shelf Life: Up to 30 Years Allergen and Specialty: Pork Free, Shellfish Free, Tree-Nut Free Food Type: Main Entrees Packaging: Pouch Preservation: Freeze-Dried 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.
Brand: Mountain House
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