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Customer Review

on April 24, 2012
From the looks of the packaging, these MRE's have been cycled out of usage by the US military. The bar code was missing as was the nylon banding around the box. The inspection date was 2013- normally when we get these out in the field the inspection date is 4-5 years out, not one. I had one MRE that had moldy wheat bread, but I didn't have an issue with any other food out of the two boxes (A & B) I purchased. They make great meals for camping or road trips. Normally, they're great for emergency preparedness but with the molding issue and the inspection date I can tell this product is already somewhat old, so I'd store them in a cool place and try to use them shortly after receiving them.
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