What Makes SuperPails So Super?

July 15, 2009 | 7 comment(s)

FS-P SuperPail Illustration

Six-gallon SuperPails hold an amount of food equal to about eight #10 cans. In addition to saving you money, the pails are stackable, so they save space in tight storage areas. Each item (except honey) is sealed in a metallized bag and has an oxygen absorber enclosed.


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  • brooksinvegas  |  July 16, 2009

    I think it's awesome that theirs advances even in food storage. The taste, quality and preservation methods keep getting better and better.

  • Liz  |  July 16, 2009

    Is the oxygen absorber inside the bag or in the bucket outside of the bag?

  • Emergency Essentials®  |  July 17, 2009

    The oxygen absorbers should be placed inside the mylar bag with the food product.

  • Anonymous  |  July 23, 2009

    Do the metallized liners need to be sealed in any way or do you simply roll them up before snapping the lid in place?

  • Emergency Essentials®  |  July 24, 2009

    The metallized (mylar) bags do need to be sealed. This is done with an iron (low setting) and usually a yardstick that goes the length of the top of the bag. We are planning on posting pictures and possibly a video of how this is done. Should be coming soon!

  • King Family  |  August 3, 2009

    This is absolutely amazing! And thanks for making it free to access!

  • Anonymous  |  August 4, 2009

    I love the way the Pantry shows me what nutrients my family is getting. It shows me more then any other programs I have used. It also comes along with a reciepe for all the ingredients you buy. This is an absolute dream of a program! I'm very excited to work on my storage now! Thanks!

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