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Millennium Energy Bars Assorted Flavors Including Emergency Guide (36 Packs)
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- LONG SHELF LIFE - It is strictly made with long expiration date for up to 5 years even if you stock in a long period of time the taste is still the same crunchy and fresh that keeps you nourished and alive. Each bar contains over 400 calories!
- VARIETY FLAVORS - These are very tasty and filling it comes with different fruity flavors Lemon, Raspberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Tropical fruit, Orange flavored bars. It won’t make you thirsty or dry out your mouth. You will receive 6 different flavors. May differ from image.
- DURABLE PACKAGING - The packing is absolutely Mylar vacuumed packed and BPA-free which preserved them crunchy, safe and fresh to eat. No worries about broken packaging this is very well sealed solid plastic.
- UNIVERSALLY NEEDED – These is a very good substitute if ever you are in an emergency situation like calamity, out of food, camping, boating, hiking and more outdoor or indoor activities. These are ready to eat, non-perishable for adults and for kids.
- PERFECT GIFT - Excellent gift for your friends, kids or to anyone in your life with Emergency guide by Marvin B. Lark included. Survival tips inside for you and for your family.
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Looking for a high-quality, great-tasting emergency food bar? If so, the New Millennium Energy Bar is a great option for your emergency supplies. This emergency food bar has a five year shelf life, is US Coast Guard approved and holds up to hot and cold temperatures. Simply put, it’s the best emergency food ration you can have.
These emergency food bars are designed to provide a quick, nutritious source of energy in an emergency. Make sure to add these calorie food bars to your survival kit list. They're about the size of a regular candy bar and ideal for school, office and home kits.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 10.5 x 10.3 x 5.6 inches; 7.6 Pounds
- Item model number : FBA_36
- Date First Available : September 6, 2015
- Manufacturer : Millenium foods
- ASIN : B00SVX00LW
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I bought some more. The first batch came from Amazon and was prime shipping eligible. I received all of the flavors. I bought two more batches which did not come through Amazon. The package was damaged and had only 66 bars. I blame USPS for that, not the seller. It contained raspberry, blueberry, apricot, vanilla, orange and cherry flavors - there were no coconut or lemon flavors. Since I am reviewing the product and not the seller, I am leaving my 5 star rating. Just be aware that if you don't buy from Amazon, you may not get all of the flavors.
If you want a snack of chewy raisins and oatmeal, or a crunchy peanut butter granola bar - buy 4 of those at the grocery store for the same calorie count. If you want compact energy that tastes ok, lasts a long time, and is value-priced, to supplement a survival and preparedness food plan, these are excellent.
I have ordered the Millennium bars a number of times as we have built out our emergency bags. We have younger children. One day I found that most of the bars were missing from our 72-hour kits. This became an opportunity to explain to our children why we have 72-hour kits and of the importance of food being in the kits in times of emergencies. Consequently, I can report that our children really enjoyed the bars. Recently we were travelling and they became hungry so we decided to see how satisfied they would be just eating the bars. In a period of 8 hours they had 3 each and really like them. I really like how well packaged these bars are, in single meal sizes, and that there are different flavors. I have tried Mainstay Food rations, but found they were not properly sealed and had to return them. We also have some Datrix food ration bars which are probably on the same order as these, but are in a single brick for the day. I prefer the individual sealed portions, but that is just a personal preference.
These are excellent food ration bars for emergencies. If I were hiking I would choose healthier bars to eat, but those types of bars don't last that long especially with the hot and cold temperatures in the car. That is why these are perfect in a car emergency bag.
Overall not impressed with 123CloseOut's variety. I have purchased multiple orders of this item over the years and they gave me the least variety. When amazon has them in stock I get 6 of each usually, and I get tropical fruit, lemon, apricot, cherry in the mix. Make sure you pick a good vendor. Little did I know 123CloseOut was going to be the worst shipper, but they didn't put any protection and some of the vacuum sealed bars were beat together and got exposed to air. They also gave me whatever they didn't like and that's not nice either.
More so on the product. 400 Calories x 36 bars = 14400 total calories, divided by 2000 calories per day is 7.2 days. 2000 calories = 5 bars per day. So eat one bar every other hour for 10 hours to stay full feeling and you have a week of food. 7 days = 35 bars, but there's 36 in the pack. So that means you have a week of survival food and you even get to try one... Pretty much sugar and crisco with some flavoring, but it's calories for when the crap hits the fan or long hikes through Appalachia. When you look for survival food, always count calories. That's all that matters. Serving sizes are a lie. One more point I'd like to hit... you can stock up on a years supply of food, but how much water do you have...? 3 days without water, 7 days without food, 11 days without sleep... Check your priorities.