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Many companies spring up to sell a variety of products. Although I hear from many, I dont trust them all. It takes only a little conversation to know when a salesman or company owner is more interested in selling me product for his profit or if he has the sincerity to produce an emergency food supply that will not only stand the test of time, but also give me the quality that reduces stress in a time of heightened need.
You've all known how I recommend Nitro-Pak. I've simply had outstanding service with the people at that company and they sell new and well-known products like Mountain House.
Top notch products like Mountain House and WISE are always great options, but protecting yourself while on a shoestring budget can be a real effort to study. FFH provides emergency food supply buckets that meet that need more than any other.
The company has gone through some tender growing pains in the past couple years, but that makes them more solid. Businesses that survive the difficulties of early decision making and fast business building can become your best ally. They aren't the quality of the Mountain House or the WISE food products, but FFH has the experience and expertise to produce a healthy emergency food that preserves nutrients and freshness.
The food packets themselves are smaller than what I would consider a standard meal pack, but so are the prices. For these reasons I can recommend them. I also offer them at the lowest price for Survival-Homestead.com customers, but that has been a battle. Prices continually go up to me. I can only absorb so much, so I expect another price increase in the coming months, but I'll keep it to the minimum. For all you readers who haven't signed up yet, please go to the home page and make sure you entered your email address. I'll be sure to let you know before the price increase happens and you'll have an opportunity to buy again.
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Serving Sizes & Calorie CountEach meal has not only tastes delicious, but surpasses approved requirements for vitamins and minerals. Serving sizes one-cup in size, the standard industry serving size. The average one-cup serving is between 100-140 calories, and provides between 100-140 calories. Since most people are going to eat between 2-2.5 servings at meal, the average meal would include a caloric intake of between 250 to 350 calories.
Vitamins and MineralsEach dish provides 1-5 grams of fat, 0-1mg of Cholesterol, 16-24 grams of Carbohydrate and 2-6 grams of Protein. These meals may also include anywhere from a trace to 20% of the Daily Values of vitamins A, B6/12, C, D and E, as well as calcium, iron, niacin, zinc, selenium, magnesium, biotin, niacin, thiamin and iodine.
SodiumEach meal contains between 400-800mg of sodium. According to Mayo Clinic the recommended daily sodium intake is between 1500 and 2400 milligrams for a healthy adult in normal circumstances. Since in a survival situation, many people will be expending a lot more energy and producing sweat, which depletes the body of sodium, having a healthy way to replace the lost sodium, is a sure way to remain healthy.
All of the meals are vegetarian, which will make them suitable for everyone in the group, no matter their protein preferences. Since most emergency food supply contains some type of animal protein, these food buckets are ideal for the vegetarians in your family.
Easy to FixTo fix any of the soup meals, empty a single packet into 5 cups of boiling water and let simmer for 20 minutes. In an emergency situation where the ability to boil water for 20 minutes may not be possible, simply bring the water to a boil and add the dried meal ingredients. Next, remove the pot from the heat, cover and let sit for 30 to 60 minutes, until all the dried ingredients are totally rehydrated.
Emergency FixIn a real emergency, it is possible to fix the meal by combining 5 cups of cold (potable) water and the contents of a meal packet, in a five-gallon Ziploc freezer bag, and let it sit until the ingredients are completely rehydrated. Once the ingredients are rehydrated they can be emptied into a pot and heated over a small fire. Pre-rehydrating takes less time, provided the water is potable.
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The largest bucket contains 275 servings of food in fifty-five 5-servings foil packets. This bucket contains:
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