Emergency Staples #10 Can Food Pack (558 servings)Product Number: ZF_EMER_10CAN
HAVE STAPLE FOOD ITEMS ON HAND
Now you can have eggs, butter, milk, and bread on hand any time you need it with our Ready Hour Emergency Staples Kit.
When there's an emergency, milk, bread, eggs, and butter are the first items to disappear from grocery store shelves. But no worries for you when this bundle is part of your emergency food storage plan.
This bundle includes the following #10 Cans:
- (1) Whole Egg Powder,
- (2) Powdered Whey Milk,
- (1) Butter Powder,
- (2) Honey Wheat Bread
With whole eggs on hand, you can make French toast, scrambled eggs, or use it in your favorite recipe (including omelets) for a delicious breakfast at home, or take it camping with you so you don't have to worry about how to pack your eggs.
Spruce up your French toast with some whey milk, and even use the bread and butter to make it easier and more delicious for your family.
With 558 servings of essential items you won't need to rush to the store anytime soon, you'll have it all on hand.
Ready Hour Powdered Whey Milk has a shelf life of up to 20 years, while the Ready Hour Whole Egg Powder, Butter Powder, and Honey Wheat Bread have a shelf life of up to 10 years. All products are good for up to a year once the can is opened.
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Emergency Staples #10 Can Pack Contents:
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It's best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible, at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions. Unopened product packages included in the kit retain their shelf life after the buckets are opened.
This bundle has a weight of 20.6 pounds.
On a regular basis, we complete analytical, microbial, oxygen level and sensory testing of raw materials and finished food goods in our SQF (Safe Quality Food) certified facility.
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