9 meal supply
Great value and great product. I keep one on my fishing vest when I plan to be out all day. definitely recommend these MRE's. Will be back for more.
Posted on 2/22/14 by Tom
Taste is good. Do not leave them in your car during summer months. Product degrades quickly at summer temps in Utah/ Nevada 90+. I keep mine in the deep freeze in the garage. I am eating ones from 1999 that still taste good. The colder and more constant temperatures will extend product shelf life. I recommend purchasing from Beprepared.com. They have always been good to me. Loyal customer for many years!
Posted on 9/4/13 by Gunner
Keep in truck
These are a great product. I work out of my truck. I keep them behind the seat in my truck for when I need something to eat. I have hypoglycemia, so they really come in handy when I get hungry. You can even heat them up on your manifold.
Posted on 3/4/13 by BSamWrite A Review
- Main Entree
- Side Dish
- Drink Mix
- Peanut Butter, Jam or Cheese Packet
- Hard Candy
Depending on stock, some items in kits may require substitutions.
All substitutions will be of equal or greater value.
- Additional Info
MRE is the acronym for Meals-Ready-to-Eat. These pouch meals were originally designed for our soldiers in the U.S. Military. These dishes are precooked and can be eaten cold or heated. Great attention goes into developing the recipes for MRE’s.
The long storage life and easy preparation of MREs (Meal Ready to Eat) makes them valuable for emergency storage.
For best flavor and nutrition, keep MREs constantly stored at 70° or lower. Learn more about MRE shelf life with our insight article - MRE Shelf Life, or see a video of our staff eating an MRE that was 23 years old by clicking here.
Easily cook an MRE at home by placing the metalized pouch in a pot of boiling water (unopened), wait a few minutes, pull it out, tear it open at the notched edge, and enjoy.
Learn more about MRE shelf life with our insight article - MRE Shelf Life