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Food For Health Vegetarian Emergency Food Supply 275 Servings Up to a 20 Year Shelf Life Weather Proof Bucket


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  • Easy to Prepare # Up to a 20 Year Shelf Life, Must have water and heat source, 275 servings - 55 pouches per kit (5 servings each pouch)
  • 25 Servings of Cheesy Broccoli & Rice, 30 Servings of Vegetable Rice, 35 Servings of Creamy Potato Soup, 25 Servings of Italian Tomato Pasta, 25 Servings of Tuscan Butter Pasta, 35 Servings of Barley Vegetable Soup, 50 Servings of Maple Brown Sugar Oatmeal, 50 Servings of Whey Milk
  • Sealed in convenient Weather-Proof pail for easy transport
  • 100% Vegetarian - no hydrogenated oils, added MSG or Trans Fats
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Technical Details
Part Number 566423(!!!!!!)
Item Weight23 pounds
Product Dimensions15 x 12 x 12 inches
OriginMade in USA
  
Additional Information
ASINB004S7SUDK
Best Sellers Rank #116,865 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 15, 2011
  
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Ready to eat every day of the week! With all-new recipes made from high quality ingredients, all 275 servings burst with flavor and nutrition. Savor the comforting essence of Creamy Potato Soup or the family-pleasing Italian Tomato Pasta for lunch or dinner, or start the day off right with a heart-healthy bowl of oatmeal. These meals are no longer just long-term food supply but tasty enough for everyday use. Along with the enhanced flavors, Food for Health has also increased the nutritional value as well. Each entrée is high in protein and offers no hydrogenated oils, trans fats, or added MSG. Making a healthy meal has never been so easy or affordable. Just add boiling water, and in 25 minutes, a mouth-watering meal is ready to serve; priced under 35 cents, Food For Health's Food Supply Kit easily fits into any budget. Although recommended for daily use, the 275 serving Food Kit is still the best choice for any outdoor activity and stocking your shelves with a long-term food supply.

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Assuming it lasts for 10-20 years, it's great!
Rob
Extremely low @ 3-7 grams of protein per serving (that Wendy's Grilled Chicken Salad is 22 grams).
Lasermark4
The major problem of food storage is the time it can be stored.
Alan M. Reasin

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90 of 98 people found the following review helpful By M. Wise on October 7, 2011
This bucket is probably most famous for being hawked by the president of the manufacturer on a famous televangelist show...let's called in the "Bim Jakker" show. Yes, THAT "Bim Jakker." Think about that for a while.

Each "meal" in this bucket averages just 130 calories each. Keep in mind a normal healthy adult male should not consume less than 2000 calories per day. If you used this as purported "275 meal" bucket as a 30-day supply of food for one adult male, you would get just 1200 calories a day while consuming over 4500mg of salt. Ouch! If you actually want to not waste away and instead get at least 2000 calories every day, this bucket barely lasts over two weeks. And at that point, you are now getting nearly 8000mg of sodium each and every day. Double ouch!

I will grant that this is better than having absolutely nothing (and that's why I gave it two stars instead of one), but storing up canned beans, rice and spam would actually be healthier than this (and cheaper).
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Opal Sunshine on December 6, 2011
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The product is exactly as it is stated, that's good. I was curious about taste, so I tried each different entree in the bucket. I learned more than a few things. Each packet is a 5 serving packet, no individual meals. Some taste okay, but others were god-awful in both smell and taste.
Word to the wise, avoid anything with cheese in it. I work in a hospital and I'm used to bad aromas, but nothing comes close to how badly the "mixed with cheese" food products smell.
Anyway, the tomato based products were okay, rice products take a very long time to reconstitute, but that's alright. Now I know that I will research the list of entrees before I buy my next supply bucket, and avoid anything with cheese.
Good seller, fast shipping, good price. Hope this is helpful.
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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Joe K. on June 25, 2011
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I hope to never have to use this product, but like to have emergency supplies around just in case. I especially like that the meals are individually wrapped so that I don't have to eat 25 pounds of one meal in a short period of time. Additionally, the storage bags and bucket have multiple uses in a survival situation as well. This is a well designed product. My only hope is that we see a larger variety of flavors in the future.
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55 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Info4U on July 5, 2011
The bucket is packed really full! I took everything out since they seem to be grouped together, and now I'm having trouble fitting them back in. I am disappointed that it takes so long to prepare each packet. Got this for camping thinking it would be cheaper than a bunch of Mountain House pouches, but the cooking time kinda makes it worthless for this purpose. So far we've tried the tuscan noodles, veggie rice, and potato soup. On the negative side, they are all about the same color - an artificially yellowish color. On the positive, they are all pretty tasty (kinda like lipton or korr noodles or rice from the store). The potato soup is thick and tasty even made with water. And they are surprisingly filling. Looking at each packet you wouldn't think that there are 5 servings, but once hydrated it's 5 servings and they are so filling that you don't need to add anything. Don't think it would be good for an emergency b/c of the cooking time, since most emergencies come with power outages.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Rob on September 14, 2011
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I cooked one meal, and it was good. Everyone complains about 25-30 minutes preparation time, but what do I care in an emergency. That's all I have is time. Assuming it lasts for 10-20 years, it's great!
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Lasermark4 on August 31, 2011
I got excited about the "low cost" of this emergency food product until I read the nutrition labels. YIKES...SCARY! See here (especially 2nd page):[...]
Servings are 20 grams - 45 grams...not bad for a week old baby sparrow (as an FYI, Wendy's Grilled Chicken Salad is 338 grams w/190 calories-- which is still lean eating).

Equally shocking are the calorie counts. "Meals" like 110 calories, 90 calories, 70 calories? Seriously?

BUT, it gets worse. Even more concerning is the near zero vitamin/mineral/amino acid contribution for a healthy daily diet intake. There are only 2 vitamins and 2 minerals listed, and those are at nearly non-existent levels. Most are below 5% MDR (Minimum Daily Requirements) with many at 0%. And protein? Extremely low @ 3-7 grams of protein per serving (that Wendy's Grilled Chicken Salad is 22 grams).

Would love to see a test of this stuff as an exclusive diet for 30 days. It's being advertised as a "7 Year Food Supply" on the Reverend Jim Bakker "sales" show for a "donation" of $3,000!! This most likely is more damaging to your health than McDonald's food (like the movie "Super-Size Me") in a SINGLE MONTH, let alone 1-7 years! Utterly preposterous!

I guess you DON'T get what you pay for if health/nutrition is an objective. Definitely looking elsewhere.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Another average consumer on August 25, 2011
I like these buckets, there are several flavors, they are vegetarian with a meat substitute to allow the long term shelf life.
Keep in mind with this bucket, that some of the servings are whey milk. So, part of the 275 servings is not actually food.
Also, the serving size is not what you would actually eat. While it might be what we are supposed to eat ideally, few of us actually eat the recommended serving size. One packet is more like 2 servings for 2 adults.

That said, they taste ok. In a survival situation its edible. In a regular situation I would add cheese or something. It has a slight after taste.. I don't know if its some preservative or what, but it just tastes a little odd..
I like having them though, and would much rather add some hot sauce or something if needed than not have food.

Each packet takes 5 cups of water to prepare, and you need to boil it for 25-28 minutes. That may seem a little time consuming, but.. its more affordable that mountain house, its got the right shelf life, and its edible and compact.

Even though these are all individually sealed, the bucket itself smells like food when you open it, so, something to be aware of if your going outdoors (bears or other animals may be drawn to it)

I rated 4 stars because of the fact that of the 275 servings a number of them are whey milk, and the after taste. Otherwise, fabulous price for this product.

I get mine from costco.com
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