1 Gallon (10"x14") Mylar Bags & 300cc Oxygen Absorbers For Dried Dehydrated and Long Term Food Storage - Food Survival
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- A perfect combination of mylar bags and matching oxygen absorbers, protect against moisture and oxygen damage
- Heat and vacuum sealable, can even seal with a hot iron
- These Dry-Packs mylar bags and Oxy-Sorb oxygen absorbers are perfect for long term food storage
- These Dry-Packs bags are some of the industry best mylar bags available.
- These 4.3 mil bags reflect light, prodvide a moisture and oxygen barrier and they are puncture and tear resistant
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Mylar bags combined with oxygen absorbers stored in a rigid container have been shown to be the ideal way to store dehydrated goods for long-term storage. Mylar bags protect your food investment from the effects of oxygen, moisture contamination and light penetration.
Our absorbers reliably bring the Oxygen level down to .01% or less when used in proper packaging. They extend shelf life by preventing growth of aerobic pathogens, and spoilage organisms, including molds. They eliminate the need for additives such as BHA, BHT, sulfur dioxide, sorbets, benzoates, etc.
These Dry-Packs mylar bags combined with Oxy-Sorb Oxygen absorbers, when stored in a rigid container, have proven to be the ideal way to store dehydrated goods for long-term storage.
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|What is it?||Simply add the dehydrated food to the mylar bag, place appropriate number of oxygen absorbers on top, and push out as much residual air as possible before sealing the bag.||White non-indicating silica gel granular dust - dust size 0.0-0.2mm particles - 1 LB bag - perfect to use in powder dusters, bellow dusters, etc.||It contains top grade orange indicating silica gel inside a compact and portable hard plastic canister that makes it one of the most versatile desiccant products on the market that is easy to reactivate.||Mylar bags combined with oxygen absorbers stored in a rigid container have been shown to be the ideal way to store dehydrated goods for long-term storage.||Silica Gel packaged in Tyvek meets FDA requirements and is the industry standard for dry food packaging. It prevents all forms of rust, corrosion, oxidation, mildew, fungus, mold, fogging, etc.|
These Dry-Packs mylar bags combined with Oxy-Sorb Oxygen absorbers, when stored in a rigid container, have proven to be the ideal way to store dehydrated goods for long-term storage. Mylar bags protect your food investment from the effects of oxygen, moisture contamination, and light penetration. They are excellent for the long-term storage of dehydrated foods because they have a FDA approved sealant layer and can be heat sealed with a standard clothing iron on the wool setting, or a hair straightener. Simply add the dehydrated food to the mylar bag, place appropriate number of oxygen absorbers on top, and push out as much residual air as possible before sealing the bag.
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*Just a tip, we found the the more we filled the bags the more vacuum sealed they looked. The company says they don't have to looked vacuum sealed because Nitrogen can remain in the bags and seem like air but all oxygen is actually gone. I believe them but there is something more satisfying about seeing the bags looked vacuum sealed so you KNOW there is no oxygen in there!
I still purchase Mountain House brand freeze dried meats, since I don't have the equipment to dry and store meat correctly. I agree with the comment made below that the oxygen absorbers "could" have individual wrapping to keep them fresh and from reacting with the oxygen in the environment, but to address this issue I store mine in a sealed Mylar bag! Great purchase, priceless to campers and survivalist who want to save money with "do it yourself" food storage!