The XMRE 1000XT military MREs provide 900 – 1,200 calories of US military grade, ready to eat
meal components. All components are field tested by government suppliers and fully cooked so they can be eaten right out of the
pouch. The 1000XT is always freshly packed with complete nutritional information printed on the
back of each bag. The XMRE 1000XT is designed as a military MRE that can also meet the needs of the
Each XMRE 1000XT contains:
Entrée, 2H3 side components, beverage, accessory kit and a flameless ration heater (FRH). All
components are packed in highHdensity water and tamper proof XMRE XT Series outer bag and embossed
with a lot number (pack date) on each bag and case. Full menu details and nutritional information
for all food items printed on the back of each XMRE XT Series bag.
• U.S. military grade components
• Fully cooked meals, no water required to reconstitute food
• No refrigeration required
• Lightweight, durable and waterproof packaging
• Extended Shelf life
• Full meal nutritional information printed on each bag
• Lot number (pack date) embossed on bag and printed on case
12 meals per case
Entrée: Variety of beef, chicken, pork or vegetarian options.
Side components: Crackers, breads or tortillas, peanut butter, cheese spread, fruit jellies, nut
raisin mix, dry fruit mix, corn nuggets, wet packed fruit, side dishes, puddings, pound cakes,
brownies, dessert cookies or others.
Beverage: Single or assorted fruit flavored drink mixes or others available. Beverage Bag: Hot
Accessory Kit Includes: Single serve instant coffee, heavy@duty military spoon, brown napkin, salt,
pepper, non@dairy cream, sugar and moist towelette.
FRH: U Ration Heater
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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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