The world's lightest and most compact survival food ration bar that fits into extremely limited storage areas.A compact, fortified, efficient, baked survival food ration specifically formulated to provide a balanced minimum daily diet with limited drinking water availability. It is specifically designed for personnel in life-threatening situations to sustain life until rescue or additional food is available.
Uses & Advantages:
- Aviation: Liferafts.
- Marine: Lifeboats and liferafts.
- Natural Disasters: Earthquake, hurricane, flood, tornado, famine relief, etc.
- Recreational: Hiking, biking, camping, caving, mountaineering, and wilderness exploration.
- Natural Disasters:Use for famine relief and in emergency situations caused by; earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, civil unrest and other natural disasters.
- Approved by: U.S. Coast Guard
- 5 year shelf life!
- Space: 10% - 27% less space than other products
- Weight: 10% - 19% less weight than other products
- Water Use: Does NOT stimulate thirst.
- Low Moisture: prevents freezing problems in extremely cold weather.
- Suitable for: All age groups from infants through elderly. Can be eaten as is without any preparation. For infants, elderly, or injured people, can be mixed with liquids for drinking or mashed into a porridge
- Dietary Standard: Complies with Halal and Vegetarian requirements.
Food Storage Features
- MRE & Rations
- Foil - MRE
- Gluten Free
Calories per Day:
Number of Days:
Why Buy Calories vs. Servings
How often do you eat the recommended servings on the food that you prepare right now? If you're like me, not very often. So, it goes to reason, if you buy your emergency food storage by the serving, should you ever need it, someone is going on a diet, or you are going to burn through your food preps much quicker than you had anticipated.
Think about this, when you go grocery shopping, do you buy food based on how many servings each product has, or do you buy the amount of food that your family actually eats?
How many calories do you eat each day? The FDA bases all of their nutrition recommendations on a 2000 calorie per day diet. So why do the Survival Food Producers and our competitors offer their pre-packaged food packages based on an average of 1300 calories a day? Simple, it makes the food packages seem less expensive and helps them sell more food packages.
How Does this Work?
If Dad eats 2000 calories a day, Mom eats 1800 and little Susie eats 1400, your family has a daily caloric intake of 5200 calories. If you were to buy a package that is advertised to last "one month", based on serving counts, your family may actually only be protected for ten to fifteen days, unless they eat the "recommended serving sizes" determined by the food producer.
So, if you want to make sure that you and your family is solidly protected for one month, and is eating the same amount of food that they are accustomed to each day, all you need to do is to calculate the family's daily caloric intake with our Calorie Calculator to the left. <<<<
Simply put in the estimated daily caloric intake for each person in the calculator, add the number of days that you would like to be protected, then shop for meal packages that contain the total amount of calories that are needed to feed your family. It's that simple.
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