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Emergency Survival Food Supply 275 Meal Pack


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  • Emergency Survival Food Supply 275 Meal Pack
  • 275 servings
  • Weather Proof Bucket
  • Shelf life 20 years.

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Product Description

Packaged in a weather-proof bucket that is easily stacked to conserve space, our 200-serving kit can be store up to 20 years in a cool, dry area*. Although typically thought of as an emergency food, it is taste, nutrition and convenience that are now making out entrees legitimate alternatives for daily use, as well as the perfect solution for any outdoor or camping activity. Save your money and invest in your health. Serve these hearty meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Food Supply Kit includes:

275 Servings - 55 pouches per kit (5 servings in each product)

- Tuscan butter noodles, 25 servings - Cheesy Broccoli Rice, 25 servings - Creamy Vegetable Rice, 30 servings - Creamy Potato Soup, 35 servings - Italian Tomato Pasta, 25 servings - Vegetable Barley, 35 servings - Brown Sugar Oatmeal, 50 servings - Whey Milk, 50 servings

* For best taste and nutritional value, use product before 20 years of manufacturing date when stored at 60 degrees Fahrenheit (16.6 degrees Celsius) or 10 years of manufacturing date when stored at 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21.1 degrees Celsius)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 20 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0029BE7AW
  • Item model number: 9216400040
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,386 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Actually tastes pretty good.
Waldemar V. Vega
I hopefully won't be eating this stuff ever, or any time soon, so I can't review the product taste or quality.
MysteryShopper
I am just trying to help all you survivalist who are spending a ton of money on garbage.
L. Satterlee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

372 of 380 people found the following review helpful By Matt on June 8, 2010
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Fast delivery and I'm happy to have a stash of emergency food. But, the packaging is a little misleading. It's not 275 individual servings. It's 55 packets that contains 5 servings. So you either need to cook 5 servings at a time or have a way to measure, divide, and store the 5 servings between meals. Not a big deal but just be aware. Overall, I hope to never need to use this product!
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207 of 211 people found the following review helpful By Jon on January 6, 2011
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First, there is a place for having some emergency food on hand that has a very long shelf life and this is one of the better deals out there that you will find. After my first purchase of this emergency survival food supply bucket I was satisfied enough that I ordered a second one. It was very fast delivery and packaged right. The buckets are stackable and the contents individually sealed. I think it has enough variety to be workable. Yes, you can buy these at costco for the same price but you have to pay costco for membership.

Here's my thoughts. As other reviews state, this is not 275 servings sealed in 275 bags. It's actually 55 bags with 5 servings each. This probably isn't the only solution for food storage out there as people's specific food needs can vary. Again, if you are considering this you are probably thinking of only a few scenarios where you would ever use this, and you are probably buying it as an insurance policy thus hoping you don't have to use it. With a 20 year shelf life, if stored properly, it lasts far longer than canned groceries and would work for that.

So I think there is a place for a couple of these buckets on hand. Think of them as your long term food solution. Stack it in a dark, cool place in the basement and forget it. But I definitely wouldn't go overboard. You need to consider your short term food storage needs. While these are great and I recommend them, they aren't super cost effective or varied enough for a short term emergency food solution.

What I do for my family and what I recommend for you is that you augment these with a good dose of canned goods and other normal groceries and household items that your family already uses. Most canned goods last 2-3 years and can be rotated into your normal stock at any time.
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279 of 296 people found the following review helpful By Brendan Anthony on July 30, 2010
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Some info to make deciding whether or not to purchase: this bucket comes with 275 servings of food. However, as another reviewer noted, the food is packaged in servings of 5. What the other reviewer did not note is that the servings are relatively small: I computed that the average calorie count per serving is 128. Assuming a 2000 calorie diet, this means that you might be eating 15 servings of this food every day in an emergency situation, which works out to about 18 days of food.

That's less than I expected out of 275 servings, but this is still a huge, cheap, long lasting bucket of food. I haven't tasted any of the food, nor do I plan to for the next 19 years or so :) For now I'm definitely still glad I bought it!
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89 of 94 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on January 29, 2011
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This is our second "Emergency Survival Food Supply" and it rounds us out to roughly a month of food for my family of four. We opened ours and tried the Potato Soup so we would have an idea of what to expect if we ever had to actually rely on these. Here are my observations:

Pros -
+ Convenient Storage; comes packed in a 5 gallon bucket
+ Convenient Packaging; each meal comes in 5 serving foil pouches (see picture in "Customer Images") and, at least for the Potato Soup, that is accurate
+ Good Flavor; my family was actually somewhat surprised about how good the Potato Soup tasted
+ Filling; the heavy carb load on these (19g to 40g) makes for a filling meal (the Potato soup thickened nicely)
+ Easy to Make; just add water (we have stored one week of water and have several water purification methods)
+ 20 Year Shelf Life; we put this in our basement next to our "Bug-out Bag"

Cons -
- We tried the Potato Soup because the edge of it was slightly opened where it was trapped under the lid, but all of the others were properly sealed
- Hard to remove the storage bucket lid, we had to use pliers, a screwdriver, and wire cutters to get it off
- 5 servings per pouch doesn't really work too well for our family of four since once it is open it would hard to store and later prepare, so we have taken that into account and will just divide each one four ways

This is one of the items that we hope to never actually need, but is comforting to have on hand.

Recommended

CFH
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114 of 123 people found the following review helpful By John Cossey on April 10, 2011
I have purchased this product and can say that overall it is a good deal regardless of where you buy it. However, there are other options available that I like better and feel are superior. The servings are quite small so in reality, rather than 5 serving per pouch, if you are an adult it is more like 2 "everyday" serving per pouch. Of course in a true emergency you would ration and eat smaller servings. Also review the nutritional values and ingredients from several similar products.

As for the price going up after the Japan disaster, if you search online for emergency food products you will soon find that there is an 8 week plus backlog in orders from almost every supplier out there. People are waking up to the fact that the security we have enjoyed in the United States is currently just not there. But it's not JUST Japan. There is a food shortage and food prices are increasing all over the world, oil prices are skyrocketing which causes transportation costs to go up, the Middle East is exploding, most national economies are struggling, and the US dollar is in a free fall. It's all coming home. The US has been typically isolated from these things but that is changing and changing quickly. So yes, as the law of supply and demand dictates, prices are going up and this is more reason to buy now while you still can. Because believe me when I say that we haven't seen anything yet. It's only going to get worse!

I have a store of about 6 months of everyday canned and box food as well as supplies of Pinto beans, rice, flour, etc that we use and rotate. If food prices continue to go up significantly or there is a disruption in supply we are covered for a while. I also have 6 or more months of long term storage food with a 15 to 25 year shelf life.
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