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Sure-Pak fully prepared MRE Meals (12 pack)

by Sopakco

List Price: $129.95
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  • READY TO EAT!
  • Each MRE Includes Main Entree, Side Dish, Dessert, Crackers, Spread, Coffee, Beverage Mix and Accessory Pack.
  • GREAT FOR HUNTERS, CAMPERS, TRAVELERS & MILITARY USE!
  • Dimensions: 16" x 10" x 11".
  • Genuine GI - GSA Compliant.
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Product Description

Because MRE's are strictly reserved for military use, SOPAKCO created Sure-Pak 12 Meals for public consumption, employing the same technologies they use to make the military meals

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 10 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 18.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B001UNX4Q8
  • Item model number: 9217
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,637 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I totally missed the fact that heaters aren't included.
Nate Knight
The supposed 'real' accesories pack : One thing the internet lauded about these Superpaks was the access pack is the same as the military MRE's...NOT any more.
Jay E. Raxter
Needed them as emergency backup for Burning Man, served that purpose perfectly.
Jake McGuire

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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Jay E. Raxter on June 6, 2011
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I know these are packed by the same people who make real MRE's, atleast that's what posted all over the internet, BUT...they are several problems with these.

1. No heaters : No where does it say that. No biggee, you can get a hexamine stove for cheap but you'll have to carry extra water and a vessel to boil the food in. Not a huge hit but it was the first indication that all was not what it should be.

2. Menu selection : This is a good or bad thing. I (luckily) got 3 meatloafs, 2 Beef Enchilada, 2 Chicken, broiled, 2 chick w/tomato sauce, and 3 Beef Stew. God Forbid I had got 3 Veggie Burgers or (gasp) 3 Ham/cheese Omelets (yuck). Not only that but the desert (chocolate cookies) and the Cracker w/ Apple Jelly was in EVERY packet...every single one had them. I know these are supposed to be camping or emergency rats...but some variation would have been nice. No bread (poppy sead or regular) and no cake loaf (lemon)...no fruit, no nuts...no nothing. OH..and they ALL had beverage, orange flavor..that's it...no coffee and no fake milkshake mix. These are definetly COST CUTTER MRE's!

3. The supposed 'real' accesories pack : One thing the internet lauded about these Superpaks was the access pack is the same as the military MRE's...NOT any more. I got a 3 tan kleenex's as my 'napkin'...a salt pack, a pepper pack, a wipe, a spoon (close but not exact).

4. Price : $74 delivered is ok. You can get REAL MRE's (I know they're illegal to sell but they are everywhere) for $85-$95 shipped. OR..You can go to any nice sized gun show and pick up cases for $70. So these were OK...but still NOT a deal..

3 stars...just "ok" is all I can say.

On the upside they were freshly made...so I can get some life out of them...
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By C. Perez on February 22, 2010
i tried these MRE's for the first time. Chicken Noodle. with the chemical heater. simple instructions to use. In a matter of 10 minutes i had a hot meal. Loved the sweeter you add to a 20 oz bottle of water. Made it taste like sweet Kool-Aid. After the main entree. there was dessert. Crackers with grape jelly and a big m&m cookie I was stuffed by then. But i still had left the coffee and sliced apples. i polished them off. And man I was full. I don't know how soliders can eat more then two of these bad boys a day. i recommend this brand. i ordered me up som moe. Word of warning. the chemical heater does create a stank. i recommend if you use it do it out doors and remove the entree entirely from the hot water so i does not remain in your nostrils for the rest of the day. use the cardboard to hold the hot entree and eat up!!!!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By JKmaster on July 17, 2011
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These will do for emergencies and keep you alive. But, if you're prior service and want MREs like you used to get when you were in, these are NOT them. The main dishes are (quite frankly) frightening. Some of the entrees are crazy. Nowhere do you have the typical spaghetti, beef stew, chicken & rice (chicken ala king) or those other greats from your Army days. Instead, they get too fancy with items that smell off. Maybe I'm being nostalgic for the actual MREs but again, the price was good and these will keep you alive for emergencies, hunting, overland, SHTF or Bug out Bags etc. I will not be buying this particular brand again. I'll pay the addl $11 for the next ones.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brian G. on June 6, 2013
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Bought these for a day hike lunch. Foolishly didn't read the reviews. Sat down to eat lunch, relying on the "fact" that MREs have a heater. Wrong. Had to eat it cold. The lack of a heater should be pointed out by the seller. I will not but anything from them again.
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37 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Kevin R. on June 4, 2006
Yes, this is the best brand of MREs out there, Sopacko, but this seller has an insane price. Other Amazon sellers, even, have these for $69 a case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By CrystalClear on June 8, 2013
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The exactly pictured MRE product arrived with an outdated manufacture & expiration code date, rendering the MRE's inedible & unusable. You need to decipher the coded date, but it appears that this item & its components was manufactured in 2007 or 2008, is obsolete, old stock & the manufacturer has more recent or current MRE's available with totally different packaging in appearance. Do not believe claims that MRE's can last up to 10 or more years. Typical storage life is 3-5 years depending on storage temperature & conditions. Only cooler but not freezing storage temperatures can increase shelf life. Manufacture & expiration or inspection dates should be required in ads for food items, especially MRE's. Fortunately, Amazon's excellent customer service promptly took care of my problem with a resolution that was very fair & customer oriented.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike Calabrese on January 13, 2013
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I jumped at the $59 price on this box of MRE's. When they came the box was very clean and the contents looked OK. However, I noticed that the majority of items were made in 2007 and 2008 (which is 5 or 6 years ago in 2013). I've tried a few of them and they tasted OK. But 5 years old is about the max time that I would recommend eating MRE's as the nutritional value decreases with time. Some of the wet wipes included with them were dried out and some of the ingredients in some of the cheese sauce packages had separated. I like the Sure-Pak MRE's. But from now on, I will just pay 20 or 30 bucks more and get some fresher product.
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