Due to its weight and portability, I think this is a great item to have if you think there is someone you might need to pick up in an emergency situation and you needed to take food with you. If you ... Show More.have to pick up one person and it takes two days to get there and two days back, you'll need food for them too. But I believe you'll need seven more heating pouches.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionDurable storage | No Cooking Required | 2,560 Calories A Day
• Military-durable Meal Ready to Eat
These are made by MRE manufacturers the US military orders from. Trusted high quality! • Stores in a simple space
You get a whole week of food contained a small box that you can easily store in your home. • Easy to prepare your food
No cooking or preparations required, heat up if you would like. Comes with MRE heaters for lunch and dinner entrees. The ULTIMATE 1-Week MRE supply kit is a great way to have all the food you need to prepare. This kit will give you over 2,500 calories a day along with 33 ounces of water a day. To get a feel for what you menu each day will be, you will have the following for:
- 2 Breakfast Sandwiches, 11 ounces of water, and a drink mix.
- 1 Heater Meal EX Entree with MRE heater (50% larger than avg MRE entree), 11 ounces of water, and a snack/dessert.
- 1 A-Pack Self Heating Full Meal consists of an entree, multiple sides and snacks, drink mix, seasoning packet and utensils. Of course for dinner you get another 11 ounces of drinking water.
Overall, you'll have enough food to keep you running. Two hot meals for lunch and dinner and great breakfast sandwiches that are awesome when cold (though you could heat those too).
MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) were first used the U.S. military as a durable meal that they could drop from a plane to feed our troops. The durable meals have come a long way and provide great tasting meals that you won't have to worry about cooking. They are a great option for 72-hour kits, food storage supplies or just going on a camping or hunting trip.
The MRE Full Meals and HeaterMeals come with a self-heating flameless heater. Just add a tablespoon of water and enclose the meal in the bag. The chemical reaction inside will heat your food within minutes, leaving you free to do other things. The meals heat themselves or can be eaten without heating too. They're great for an easy meal in the woods.
Please Note: The current manufacture date of these MREs is June of 2015 and these are the newest and freshest MREs that is provided direct from the manufacture.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Breakfast Entrees (14 Sandwich Pouches | 14 Servings):
Customer will receive a variety of the following:
MRE Filled French Toast Sandwich MRE Apple Turnover Sandwich MRE Cinnamon Bun Sandwich MRE Cherry Turnover SandwichLunch Entrees(7 Entrees):
A variety of the following:
Heater Meals EX Homestyle Chicken & Noodles in Gravy Heater Meals EX Green Pepper Steak with Rice Heater Meals EX Zesty BBQ Sauce, Diced Potatoes with Beef Heater Meals EX Chicken Pasta Italiana Heater Meals EX Vegetarian Pasta Fagioli Heater Meals EX Southwest Chicken with Rice & BeansDinner Full Meal Kit (7 Pouches):
Variety of the following full meals, full meals come with sides, snacks, drink mix, seasoning, utensils, and more:
Hearty Beef Stew Spaghetti with Italian Style Meat Sauce Home-style Chicken with Noodles and Vegetables Macaroni and Beef Pasta with Garden Vegetables in Tomato Sauce Southwestern-style Chicken with Black Beans and RiceDrink Mix (7 Drink | 7 Serving):
The Drink Mix includes the following item:
Lemonade Drink MixDesserts (7 Pouches | 7 Servings):
Variety of the following desserts:
Fudge Brownie Lemon Poppyseed Cake Marble CakeWater (109 Pouches): 109 Datrex Water PouchesCondiment Packs (7 Packs):
Each condiment pack includes the following:
Pepper Wet Nap SpoonHeating Pack (7 Packs):
Each Heating pack includes the following:
7 MRE Flameless Heaters 7 Pouches of Salt Water
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: MR0134 Net Weight: 0 Total Servings: 105 Cost per Serving: Total Calories: 17920 Shelf Life: 1-5 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 13" x 19" x 8" Allergen and Specialty: Shellfish Free Packaging: Retort Pouch Preservation: Vacuum Stabilized 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: Ready Store
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