MRE (Meals, ready to eat) FEMA Case of 14 with Ration Heaters
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- FEMA MRE (Meal, Ready to Eat) ration created by US DoD contractor using Military MRE components
- Fourteen (14) MREs per case (NOT 12 MREs as is usual)
- Contains Flameless Ration Heater for each MRE
- MREs have 5 year shelf life if stored in cool environment (e.g. : Basement)
- Each MRE contains Entree, Dessert, Peanut Butter, Cheese spread, Cracker, Drink mix and Spoon
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 11.5 x 16 inches|
|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||20 pounds|
The SOPAKCO Emergency Ration MRE (meal, Ready to Eat) is packed under FEMA guidelines and contains 1,200 calories per meal. They are portable, light weight and durable - perfect for emergency preparedness as well as camping, hiking and hunting. Each meal contains a an Entree, Dessert, Cracker, Peanut Butter, Cheese Spread, Beverage Powder and a Spoon. In addition, each meal bag also has a flameless ration heater so you will have a hot meal anywhere, anytime! All components are US Military MRE components. Note that there are fourteen (14) MREs per case, not 12 as is usual -- on a price per meal basis you will not get better, fresher emergency preparedness MREs. The main entrees will vary but you will get a selection of the following: Sloppy Joe Penne Pasta Spaghetti Chili Mac Meatballs in Marinara Veggie Lasagna Beef Patty Cheese Tortellini Chicken Pesto Pasta Asian Beef Chicken with Noodles The date stamps on the bottom of the case mean this: 2219 is the manufacture date and means the 219th day of 2012, or August the 6th of 2012. 8/16 (August 2016) is the inspection date. Please do not confuse that with the date the meals will expire. The expiration date on the meals will be August 2017 if stored in a cool environment.
Top Customer Reviews
Update: after contacting the seller, I have been promised a replacement case of MREs as soon as they run off a new batch this month (January, 2013). That's good customer service and helps to make this a better deal. Will update when received or NOT.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Many food packets are mislabeled!!!!!!! Ration heaters often don't get hot enough. Could these be rejects resold to consumers?Published 16 months ago by Makilo
Very impressed with the quality of these mre meals. Good variety and were packaged as advertised.Published 17 months ago by Ray
Really Excellent Rations ... Actually good to eat ... Much better than the surplus Mil-spec stuff and a LOT fresher.Published on November 27, 2013 by offgridsid
I bought this for my 8 year old little brother for Christmas who is obsessed with army stuff right nowPublished on February 6, 2013 by Tyler Weber
You watch the news and it really looks like the xxxx is gonna hit the fan. Between the economy, natural events, and the possibility of global conflict. Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Matthew S. Kustera
Judging from the weight and size of the box, the meals inside are significantly smaller portions than the "premium MRE". Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by Oceanman
i love mres... when you are stranded in the forest starving and exhausted an mre is a 5 star all you can eat buffet.....Published on December 11, 2012 by strict_critic
The meals I received were 1/2 Sloppy Joe and 1/2 veg ratatouille. Very poor selection as I expected more variety in the pack, not just two entrees. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by KK