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Long-Term Food Storage
USDA Canned Meats
Each of our meats are prepared in a manner that makes them suitable for any canned food storage program. This is actually the finest quality meat that you can buy and it is hand packed in manageable 14.5 oz cans.
Extra Long Shelf life
How long will this canned meat last? All of our canned meats are prepared in a very different manner than most canned meats you can find. They're slow pressure cooked at a surprisingly low 240 degrees and possess NO EXPIRATION date. An acceptable life expectancy is about 12 -15 years but many people today believe it may possibly last 30 - 35 years or even longer.
What you get
You will get a total of 12 cans with 14.5 ounces in every single can, no water or broth added, simply the all-natural juices of the meat. That is virtually 11 pounds of fresh, mouthwatering, nutritious hand packed and cooked meat.
Specifically packed for long term food storage
This delicious line of meats is prepared to provide the absolute maximum quantity for one's food dollars. They are simply hand packed and “non mechanically separated meats” and we NEVER ADD WATER or broth. This makes certain that everything you pay for is meat. Once you open these cans they are ready to eat and scrumptious in just about any recipe where you'd utilize fresh cooked meat.
Our canned storage meats are all natural and don't contain any MSG, additives, fillers or chemicals. They are low in sodium, low in fat and balanced for your loved ones. USDA inspected Survival Cave Food canned meats are simply made using 100% USDA inspected meats.
Various other canned meats are foreign meats or state that they are manufactured in the United States, although the meat actually comes from other countries, consequently, they are just packaged in the United States. We only use 100% USDA meats!
Survival Cave Food long-term canned meats are probably the finest purchases you can make. Every one of these quality meats are low-cost, all of which last for years and enable you to definitely make the very best financial investment that is possible, FOOD.
You can find price increases in food items topping 35 - 40% or higher. So, when you would like to put money into something which your family members are guaranteed to enjoy and also benefit from, Survival Cave Food’s long term canned meats are specifically what you should have and are the very best selection for you and your family.
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Keeping Them Honest ...
All USDA studies and statistics are based on a 2000 calorie per day diet. And by a vast majority, we all eat around 2000 calories a day.
So, the easiest and best way to keep the food producers honest is to simply compare each one of their packages by the cost per 1000 calories. Just remember, calories are the ONLY constant among food producers and calories do not lie.
Creating a Food Plan
When you buy your long term food storage by calories as opposed to servings you will ensure that you and your family are well fed and satisfied. All you need to do is to come up with a good estimate of how many calories you and your family eat each day and then multiply that number by the amount of days you would like to have.
7,100 Total Calories Daily x 30 Days = 213,000 Calories Needed
Using this formula gives you the ability to focus on what’s in the food package, i.e. entrees, breakfasts, as opposed to the food package stated servings, serving sizes and time estimates. If you know you have the right amount of calories for the right amount of time, all you need to do is choose your menu!
You can also look into combining your own meal packages by buying individual items like freeze dried fruits, veggies, meats and staples instead of all in one packages. You can use Our Calorie Calculator and shop all of our calorie based packages here.
Just remember, calories are the ONLY constant among food producers. Next, Why You Should Ignore Servings When Buying Food Storage.
Every company sells their own 720 serving main meal package. So, we picked three random 720 serving packages to compare:
So, if you were comparing these packages by servings and price you would see three packages each having 720 servings and priced at: $1430; $1349 and $759. The best deal is obvious, the one for $759 since they all have 720 servings, right? Look again.
Did you see that? What looked to be the most expensive package, Legacy, actually turned out to be the best deal. It lasts the longest time, has larger servings and blows the others away in cost per serving. Do you now see why we detest displaying our packages by the serving?
By the way, this is not a condemnation of the other brands; each brand will stack up differently for their various packages. If you were to compare three different sized packages you will have completely different results.