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MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box B, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 13-24

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  • Shelf stable storage without refrigeration
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Product Description

These MREs are genuine U.S. military issue. Each contains a full 12 meals, and every meal includes a flameless ration heater--all you need is water and a few minutes to have a hot meal. Each comes sealed in a waterproof airtight polymer bag, and includes an entree, side dish, crackers/bread, spread, dessert/candy, and a cold beverage base. They also feature amenities like utensils, napkins, matches, creamer, sugar, salt, and gum. Some have hot beverages or hot sauce, depending on the meal. Each meal provides around 1200 calories for an active person on the move, and is tailored to provide a good mix of protein, fat, and carbs (13/36/51%) for optimum nutrition.

Whether camping, hiking, hunting, traveling, or simply staying prepared for emergencies, MREs offer a simple, easy-to-store, easy-to-transport package that can mean a hot, nutritional, and filling meal whenever or wherever you need.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 22 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B005I5ML36
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,883 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)


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These are the real deal military MREs.
Daniel W.
Heck,if I have company I will use those and say I made it myself!!lol Honestly they really are very good!!
TimW1959
Ships fast and product is exactly what was expected.
Charles

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383 of 393 people found the following review helpful By randall roberts on May 16, 2012
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well first i'll start off buy saying the shipping was great and fast!!!
but i didn't get the real army mre's as described in there listing.
I got knock offs. I received a case of mre's in a sealed box and banded. the box was labeled "sure-pack" by sopakco
inc. no date on box,SO THE RED FLAGS STARTED FLYING.
so, I open the case and found the mre pouches were clear and there were no heaters either.
needless to say I was not surprised..
so you guys that got the real deal. thumbs up!!
but buyers beware..
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336 of 346 people found the following review helpful By J. Howard on July 18, 2012
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I ordered "MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box B, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 13-24", which is a pretty specific description. The product I just received from seller "Industry Supplier" was definitely a case of 12 shelf-stable meals, but this is where the similarity ends:

Received a case of APack Ready-Meals, which includes 2 each of 6 different meals (total 12) - a far cry from the 12 different menu items in a real case of MREs. In addition to halving the variety, the menus themselves bear no relation to what comes in a genuine case "B" of surplus MREs.

Not only was the product wrong, APack ready meals are available right here on Amazon for much less than I paid. I was charged $78.90 for the case, and $22.50 for shipping, for a grand total of $101.40. If I had wanted APack meals, I would have ordered them here: Apack Ready Meals MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) Box of 12 Dinners

Those cost $60.13, with $17.31 shipping, for a grand total of $77.44

In fairness, Industry Supplier did respond promptly to my return request, and offered me a $15 refund if I elected to keep the case rather than returning it for a full refund. Unfortunately, if I were to accept the offer of a $15 refund, I will have paid $101.40 - $15 = $86.40. I'm sure you can see where I'm going with this: $86.40 - $77.44 = $8.96

So not only would I be getting something other than what I ordered, I'd be paying $9 over the market price I could have purchased it at. No thank you.

This is what the vendor Industry Supplier had to say on the subject:

"We replaced the MRE Kit because the there were many complains about the taste of the military MRE.
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243 of 249 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 10, 2010
The product picture shows the real MRE crackers and what you get is totally different. Some crappy things they would give you on an airplane. The only thing as far as I can tell, that's similar to an MRE is the entree.

Anyway, don't make my mistake an order here if you want real MREs!

Yes, I was in the Army for eight years and I know what a real MRE contains.
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79 of 88 people found the following review helpful By ex military on July 20, 2012
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i ordered these for backpacking thinking i was receiving genuine military issue. I was disappointed to find that the product description and picture were fraudulent. Its packaging is not as rugged. The outer packaging is clear and flimsy. Its contents lack the little package with toilet paper, gum, matches, Tabasco. The product description is clearly states that it is the real deal--not civilian knock off. IF you want the real deal, do not order this product. the shipping box reads "A-Pack Ready Meal." I have been losing confidence in ordering products from Amazon. Basically you're being lied to. It is still functional however. I guess i just appreciate the little things. Receiving the actually product you ordered shouldnt be too much to ask for. Especially for the price.
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118 of 134 people found the following review helpful By T. Storm on April 24, 2012
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From the looks of the packaging, these MRE's have been cycled out of usage by the US military. The bar code was missing as was the nylon banding around the box. The inspection date was 2013- normally when we get these out in the field the inspection date is 4-5 years out, not one. I had one MRE that had moldy wheat bread, but I didn't have an issue with any other food out of the two boxes (A & B) I purchased. They make great meals for camping or road trips. Normally, they're great for emergency preparedness but with the molding issue and the inspection date I can tell this product is already somewhat old, so I'd store them in a cool place and try to use them shortly after receiving them.
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95 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Edwin C. Pauzer VINE VOICE on July 7, 2010
As I was leaving the Army, they were introducing Meals: Ready-to-Eat, which were replacing the venerable C Rations that were packed in tins of which many of the discarded ones were used by the enemy in Vietnam to send back to our soldiers as shrapnel.

We were told that the MRE's were taste-tested by soldiers, and were lighter than the tin contents of C-Rations. You can imagine my shock as I stood out in a frozen wasteland, and tried my first packet. If you ever heard the expression, "I would rather starve than eat this!" that is what everyone in the tent heard me say. Soon dubbed, Meals Rejected by Ethiopians, the MRE's made us question the taste buds of the soldiers who had supposedly given this disgusting kludge a thumbs-up.

Now flash forward to present day.

One reservist brought a box into one of our classes, and I was offered whatever I wanted. I marvelled at the choices. Gone were franks and beans cooked in their own juices, fruit cake and peanut butter (fortified). My favorites, pecan nut roll, ham and eggs, and quartered pears were gone too, but they were replaced with other favorites like spaghetti and meatballs, beef enchilada with cheddar cheese and picante sauce, sloppy joe, beef stew and beef stroganoff. Hoooo-wahhhh!

Each packet includes extras like beverage powder, instant coffee, sugar, iodized salt, a plastic spoon, powdered creamer, a couple of chicklets, a book of matches that resist dampness, and a small packet of toilet tissue that is still too small to make you feel clean. Oh well, some things never change, which means your aim better be dead on. There is also a plastic packet that when mixed with a few drops of canteen water starts a chemical reaction that produces heat.
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