12 - 14.5oz Cans of Canned Meat (BEEF) Long Term Food Storage -Survival Cave
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- Great for emergency storage in case of natural or man-made disasters with a shelf life of 15+ years
- All natural, no preservatives or additives, Ingredients are just chopped beef and a little salt
- High protein content and no carbs make these a great addition to your long term storage food program
- Hand selected cuts of USDA inspected beef.
- Made in the USA from U.S. livestock.
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Canned Beef, a 12 - Pk. of 14 1/2 - oz. cans from Survival Cave Food. All - natural USA beef, specially - packed for long - term food storage! Does your emergency food supply include the vital protein provided by all-natural beef? If not, here's your chance to stock up. The experts at Survival Cave Food specially hand pack each one of these USDA-inspected, 14 1/2-oz. cans for maximum shelf life with absolutely NO MSG, additives, fillers or chemicals. And unlike others, they use only 100% quality USA beef - no "mystery meat" here. Survival Cave Food's Canned Beef is processed much differently than most canned meats - slow cooked at 240 deg F and packed only in its natural juices... no water, broth or solution. With twelve 14 1/2-oz. cans, you get almost 11 lbs. of canned beef with a reasonable shelf life of 12-15 years. Order yours today! WARNING: This item cannot be shipped to Canada. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering this product. Survival Cave Food Canned Beef, 12-Pk. 14 1/2-oz. cans
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But Its now been a little over one year and I noticed 4 of the cans of beef are actually bulging, which means gas is forming inside the can. The meat is not safe to eat when cans start bulging!
At least none of the cans of chicken are bulging yet, but I'm now worried about the long term value of any of these cans and have lost trust in the brand. Is it only a matter of time before the rest of the cans go bad? I'll also note that these cans were stored in ideal conditions, climate controlled, low humidity.
I do not feel safe buying any more of these for long term use.
I'll use up the cans I have left and have to look elsewhere.
For reference, the lot numbers on the bad cans are:
Update: Product from DawBin is not packaged well at all - I ordered a case from them, instead of my first vendor, and four out of twelve cans were severely damaged. Their packing consisted of two boxes of six cans, in a rubbish bag, with insufficient newspaper stuffed ineffectively round the cans. Survival Cave Foods packs it in concentric boxes, with card between the cans. It arrives in good condition. I will not order anything else Dawbin until they prove they have improved their packaging.