The ultimate prepper food-supply kit, this nine-bucket, 1080 serving emergency food supply contains a variety of reduced-sodium breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees. Our protein-rich foods are prepared with high-quality ingredients and designed to be flavorful; Each contained in sealed, 4-serving Metallyte™ pouches for extended shelf life and to reduce waste.
12 pouches of Cheesy Lasagna (48 total servings)
18 pouches of Creamy Pasta (72 total servings)
12 pouches of Pasta Alfredo (48 total servings)
12 pouches of Chili Mac (48 total servings)
18 pouches of Chicken Noodle Soup (72 total servings)
18 pouches of Savory Stroganoff (72 total servings)
12 pouches of Hearty Tortilla Soup (48 total servings)
12 pouches of Potato Pot Pie (48 total servings)
6 pouch of Teriyaki and Rice (24 total servings)
12 pouches of Baked Potato Casserole (48 total servings)
18 pouches of Tomato Basil Soup (72 total servings)
18 pouches of Southwest Beans and Rice (72 total servings)
12 pouches of Cheesy Macaroni (48 total servings)
15 pouches of Strawberry Granola Crunch (60 Servings)
30 pouches of Brown Sugar and Maple Multi-Grain Cereal (120 Servings)
15 pouches of Crunchy Granola (60 Servings)
30 pouches of Apple Cinnamon Cereal (120 Servings)
From the Manufacturer
3 month supply - 3 servings of food per day for 4 adults or 2 adults and 4 children. Also equals a 12 month supply - 3 servings per day for 1 adult.
Over Half Of Delivered Food Was Crunchy Granola.
After opening all nine Tubs, about HALF was "Crunchy Granola" and "Breakfast Cereal". We could live on it but this wasn't cheap and I was expecting a little more diversity. I guess Wise was thinking we'd eat a breakfast for half of our meals. I would try a different brand were I to purchase again. I will be buying some more dinner meals but not from Wise. Fool me once ...
Not a great price, but a good way to prepare for any emergency. No haven't ate yet . But it's for emergencies. When you nothing is I'm sure it will satisfy.
Great Survival MRE Food
This is super great MRE (Meals ready to eat) food. It's easy to store in the nice rectangle stacking containers, vs. round ones, which seem to waste space. The meals taste good. And since they last for so many years, you don't have to recycle them out like canned foods. They are simply a peace of mind to have around in case an earthquake, or other natural disaster would occur.
I prefer dehydrated to freeze dried. Wise provides a good quality product with a good menu variety. The buckets are good quality too.
stackable containers are great. Have not eaten meals as yet
Compact, stackable containers are great. Have not eaten meals as yet.