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Mayday 2400 Calorie Food Bars (24 per case) MRE, Camping, Hiking, Survival
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This includes 24 2400 calorie bars * High in All Recommended VITAMINS (100% RDA Vitamin A, E, B5, B12, Pantothenic Acid, Niacin, Copper, C, D, Calcium, Folate, Biotin, Iodine, & Zinc. 4% RDA of Iron) * Meets SOLAS 74/83 Requirements * 5 Year Shelf Life * Non-Thirst Provoking * Withstands Temperatures of -22 deg F to 149 deg F * Absolutely No Cholesterol or Tropical Oils * U.S. Coast Guard Approved 160.046/A28/0 Finally!!! Not only a food ration that tastes great but it's also very nutritious. After years of research and development, the food bars are great tasting food rations that have a five year shelf life and are U.S. Coast Guard approved under the new licensing requirements of 1995. Great for extended Hiking Trips, Backpacking, Canoeing, Rafting, Eco Challenges, Camping, Emergency Rations, Short Term Weight Loss, Survival of Life at Sea, Earthquake Preparedness, Blizzards, Floods, Disaster, Emergency food supply or any Survival situation. Make no compromise - Get the very best! Nutritional Information Serving Size: 3oz. 85g Servings Per Container: 6 (2400) Amount Per Serving Calories 400 Calories from Fat 150 % Daily Value* Total Fat 17g 26% Saturated Fat 4g 20% Cholesterol 0mg 0% Sodium 35mg 1% Total Carb 55g 18% Dietary Fiber 2g 8% Sugars 14g Protein 7g Trans Fatty Acids 0g Vitamin A 100% Vitamin C 100% Vitamin D 100% Vitamin E 100% Vitamin B5 100% Vitamin B12 100% Iron 4% Thiamin 100% Niacin 100% Folate 100% Riboflavin 100% Pantothenic Acid 100% Biotin 100% Iodine 100% Copper 100% Zinc 100% *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Ingredients: Enriched Flour, Vegetable Shortening, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Soy Flour, Cornstarch, Potassium Sorbate, (Vitamins listed above), Artificial Lemon Flavoring, Artificial Vanilla Flavoring, Artificial Butter Flavoring, Artificial Coloring (Egg Shade).
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However, this 20 pack contains 48000 calories; the last box of 20 that I purchase had 72000 calories. That's 2400 ($109) vs 3600 ($118) calorie food bars. You're buying calories in emergency food, so the 2400 calorie food bars are very expensive. The best reason to buy the smaller packs is transportability/convenience. It is a bit easier to pack and carry the 2400 calorie cookie packs than the 3600 ones.
not wanting to waste the opportunity in this review, or the oxygenated food itself, i tried some of the bar in one of the loose packs. there is a faint marking showing where one could cut the bar into 6 pieces, but you need a knife, as it really just looks like one big block. the knife crumbles the bar up somewhat, so you should cut this somewhere you can collect the crumbs when in that emergency situation where every calorie can count. anyway, the stuff is really yummy, like another reviewer said. tastes like very dense pie crust with a hint of apple cinnamon- it could actually be smashed-together pie crust with vitamins, from the flavor and the ingredients! --flour, shortening, sugar? pie crust to me. :). it absolutely did not make me thirsty. however, and unfortunately, it made me more hungry!!!! i wanted to eat more of it. like an appetizer. i will have no problem eating this (starving or otherwise), and i think i can tell my kids it's a cookie, no problem. i just don't know about the weak packaging. THAT part, is indeed problematic.
After having these for over a year, I have two complaints.
First, the packages are very hard to open without sharp scissors! A fixed blade knife will do it, but you have to be very careful as there is little "dead air" space between the bar and the edge of the vacuum-sealed packaging.
Second, the bars get extremely hard when cold. You basically need to break off parts with a sturdy knife. I wouldn't want to rely on these if stuck in cold weather. However, Powerbars and every other bar I've ever tried does the same thing so I can't complain too much.