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Augason Farms 30-day Emergency Pail


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  • Pail contains 300 servings providing and average of 1,857 calories per day
  • Each delicious meal takes 20 minutes or less to prepare - just add water
  • No high fructose corn syrup, trans fats or MSG
  • 1 FireOn disk in each pail, large enough to break apart for multiple uses
  • Easy to use self-filtering water bottle - filters up to 100 gallons
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Product Description

Augason Farms 30-Day Food Storage Emergency All-in-One Pail is your survival solution. This waterproof pail contains enough food to provide 1,857 calories per day for 1 person for a month, or a family of 4 for a week. The pail also includes a safe, stable fuel source and a self-filtering water bottle that can clean up to 100 gallons of water. With the Food Storage Emergency All-in-One 6 Gallon Pail you're not only getting a reserve supply of food, you're getting delicious peace of mind.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 31.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B007NZMAPI
  • Item model number: 20095
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,478 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By elvis2013 on November 4, 2012
I opened the bucket when received, and all the packets seemed to be sealed OK. HOWEVER, once he packets are opened, you seem to be stuck. The packaging is for 4 people, and the packaging says to "refrigerate the leftovers" or some such. That makes no sense, if the power is out, to save the remainder. That will not work, unless you eat the same food the next few meals, and either sharing w/ a neighbor, or have a refrig. that runs on nothing.

Also, for example, the "tortilla soup", as an example, instructs you to add tortillas or chips, cheese, and sour cream. HUH? Where does that come from in the middle of a bad storm? That's rediculous.

Overall, the food tastes good, but you need a stove to prepare. If you're single, like me, better to buy other products who have single serving and individual heaters.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By John Elmer on June 2, 2013
Bought an Augason Farms 30-day pail Fall 2012 out of curiosity. So far eaten about 50% of the contents, and not yet tried everything. Last fall Amazon listed several versions of these pails. Mine was just over 1,800 cal/day with 300 servings, cost just under $100 with 8 different items inside.
The positives what Augason Farms is selling is a fair price. This food is NOT vegetarian which makes it considerably tastier than several of the other more expensive emergency foods sold on TV and the Internet. Some of the 'other brand' emergency food packages considerable amount of calories come from powdered artificial drinks - Augason Farms has none. I would rate it as perfectly acceptable fare for short term camping, and would recommend every household have one of these sturdy compact pails 'just in case'.
The negatives is I would not consider it realistically emergency food as it requires to much effort, fuel, water and 'extra's' to make it suitable fare in a genuine 30 day crisis. A check on the Augason Farms website you realize it sells for under $100 is because everything in it is calorie dense, near all white food with minimal nutritional value. Every meal took considerably longer than the 20 minutes represented to prepare. It isn't even possible to make just one serving at a time as the instructions indicate. When I tried making a single serving of the creamy rice soup it was just a weak broth. Best to make up a whole 6 serving package at one time - then the rice soup was fine. Every meal requires both cooking and water - wholly unrealistic worse it requires refrigeration for the leftovers, reading to the Augason Farms website. The hearty vegetable blend, best think of it as a vegetable stuffing but is is more similar to cooking dried beans.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John Elmer on June 3, 2013
Bought this item Fall 2012 out of curiosity. So far eaten about 50% of the contents, and not yet tried everything. It cost just under $100 at the time, but was a short term sale was from another seller. Despite the three star rating this is a good product, just that Augason Farms and all the other companies I am familiar with make more promises than what they deliver which I feel is very unethical of these manufacturers. I did email Augason Farms with the comments posted below but they never responded back.

The positives what Augason Farms is selling is a fair price. This food is NOT vegetarian which makes it considerably tastier than several of the other more expensive emergency foods sold on TV and the Internet. Some of the 'other brand' emergency food packages considerable amount of calories come from powdered artificial flavored drinks - Augason Farms has none. I would rate it as perfectly acceptable food for short term camping, and would recommend every household have one of these sturdy compact pails 'just in case'.

The negatives is I would not consider it realistically emergency food as it requires to much effort, fuel, water and 'extra's' to make it suitable fare in a genuine 30 day crisis. A check on the Augason Farms website you realize it sells for under $100 is because everything in it is calorie dense, all white food with minimal nutritional value. Every meal took considerably longer than the 20 minutes represented to prepare. It isn't even possible to make just one serving at a time as the instructions indicate. When I tried making a single serving of the creamy rice soup it was just a weak broth. Best to make up a whole 6 serving package at one time - then the rice soup was fine.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By danscustoms on April 29, 2014
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some of the packages have experation dates of 2018. thats not 20 years. when i called they said " only certain ones have that date and they will be fine if left in the sealed buckets. they wouldn't just replaced them. they were not very friendly. lets say it 2024 10 years from now. you open you emergency food source and it expireded 6 years ago. would you eat? if had to yes would you be comfortable about it NO. if i didn't open the container to check, i would of never known, by the time you find out your emergency food is out of date. it will be to late! seams like a scam
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