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% Daily Value Serving Size 1 Cup (50g) Dry Mix Servings Per Container Apx 9 Amount Per Serving Calories 210 Calories From Fat 70 Total Fat 7g 11% Saturated Fat 1g 6% Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 10mg 4% Sodium 1150mg 48% Total Carbohydrate 27g 9% Dietary Fiber 3g 14% Sugars 4g Protein 11g 26% Vitamin A 70% Vitamin C 30% Calcium 2% Iron 10%
Ingredients: Potatoes, Peas, Cooked Beef (beef, salt), Carrots, Corn, Corn Oil, and Contains 1.5% or Less of Modified Corn Starch, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (corn, torula and brewers yeast, wheat gluten, soy protein), Dehydrated Onions, Salt, Sugar, Spices, Soybean Oil, Garlic Powder, and Spice Extract.
Allergens: Contains Wheat, Soy
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Mountain House, a part of Oregon Freeze Dry, pioneered freeze dried food creating a lighter weight, better tasting meal. Mountain house has been trusted to feed troops in every theater of combat since the 1960s. Their 40-year legacy has provided high quality, fully cooked, nutritious meals for troops and citizens alike. Click here to access video clips and learn more about this great brand.
Storage and handling tips:
DO NOT OPEN UNTIL READY TO USE.
Optimum storage is at normal room temperature conditions. After opening, reseal unused contents with plastic recloseable lid. For best results, contents should be used immediately after opening. However, when protected from moisture, product has been found acceptable up to 1 week after opening. Please note: #10 cans are sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may have occurred due to shipping, handling or variations in the product density.
For best flavor and nutrition, keep cans constantly stored at 70° or lower. Once opened, keep in air tight containers in dark cool places. To learn more about how long you can expect food to store see our Shelf Life Article.
Packaged with an oxygen absorber in a #10 stainless steel can that is double-enameled to prevent aging and rust. Includes plastic lid. #10 can dimensions: 7” high X 6.25” diameter. To learn more about how packaging makes a big difference in keeping food at optimum levels, view our Food Storage Packaging article.