- Item Weight: 20 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 21.3 pounds
- ASIN: B005I5ML36
- Average Customer Review: 342 customer reviews
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MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box B, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 13-24
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- Genuine US War Fighter Rations - 12 different Meals per Case.
- Ideal for hunting, camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and emergency food supply.
- Includes flameless ration heaters for a hot meal anywhere you go. Long, Stable Shelf Life.
- Features Accessory Pack with coffee or beverage powder, matches, seasonings, gum, wet wipe, tissue.
- Designed for maximum endurance and nutrition with average 1250 calories per meal.
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Case of 12 genuine military spec Meals-Ready-to-Eat. Each meal includes water-activated flameless ration heater, entree, desert, snack, beverage powders, and accessory pack. Average 1250 calories per meal. Case weighs approximately 21 lbs. Photos do not represent actual pack date you will receive. See seller's condition comments for actual inspection and packing dates. Case menu contents will vary.
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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..
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. The civilian kit has more calories, better taste and included a heater to warmup the food. Please let us know if you would like to keep the kit for a $15 refund. If not, we will send you a prepaid label for a full refund. Please let us know. Thanks."
To me, this is a clear case of false advertising / "bait and switch".
So far I've had a meal from each box and have no complaints, they are very fresh and were clearly stored properly!
This is not the sellers fault, but my only complaint is that my Box B came with a Meal 5 instead of a Meal 23, but that’s an issue with the packing company Sopakco which packs these for the military.
Would highly recommend these. People complain that these are "rejects from the middle east" which didn't get used, which could be true, but, from how I see it that's one of the primary sources to get these from as the military does not sell these commercially, so that's the risk that you take if you want these. The temp sticker on the box is a good indicator of the quality of the meals, if the box was stored in too hot a climate the indicator will show that.