HAVE THE TACTICAL ADVANTAGE WITH THIS "GRAB 'N' GO" EMERGENCY FOOD SUPPLY!!!
*Note: Due to the situation with the coronavirus all emergency food supplies have a 2-3 week extended processing time.
Power loss, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Blizzards or Camping & Hunting
The 1-Week Food Supply Ammo Can provides one person 42 servings of storable food to be used for up to 7 days. It averages 1,500+ calories/day. This food storage kit includes 7 food varieties that are packaged in zipper resealable, heavy-duty 4-layer pouches.
Each pouch includes oxygen absorbers for added long-term storage. The shelf life for this food is up to 25 years. All foods are grown and packed in the USA.
The sturdy, locking ammo can includes a gasket seal that helps to keep the food pouches inside safe from most critters, light, water, and damage. The can measures 14 x 7 x 8.5 inches. It's made of a plastic that has a high resistance to heat and acts as a barrier to moisture. You'll like the collapsible carrying handle too. Fits in any vehicle.
- Averaging 1,500+ calories per day
- Up to 25-year shelf life
- Resealable zipper-top heavy-duty 4-layer pouches packaging
- 1 rugged plastic, locking ammo can for safe & easy storage
- Foods grown and made in the USA.
- Easy to prepare and tasty breakfasts,lunches and dinners
- Oxygen absorbers inserted in packaging to extend shelf life
1-Week Food Supply Ammo Can Contains:
4 Servings Black Bean Soup / 8 Servings Maple Grove Oatmeal
4 Servings Traveler's Stew / 10 Servings Long Grain White Rice
4 Servings Creamy Chicken Flavored Rice / 4 Servings Homestyle Potato Soup
8 Servings Mac & Cheese
These foods are easy to prepare.
To make a meal, all you do is boil water,* pour in the food, simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, stir, and serve up a great meal. Add items from your garden or pantry to enhance your meals, add nutrition, or season to taste. Feel free to include some of your favorite spices.
*2.5 Gallons of water are needed to prepare the entire kit. This food kit ships with a weight of 5.65 pounds.
It's best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible - at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.