Veggie Case Pack Kit (184 servings, 23 pk.)

Product Number: ZF_VEGGIE_PACKS
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"Eat your veggies." Mom was right. Vegetables are an important part of our everyday diet - and they're critical in an emergency.

Fresh produce. In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, it becomes a scarce luxury. That's why we created the Ready Hour Veggie Case Pack Kit, packed with four of our most popular freeze-dried veggies. Each is individually sealed in case packs. That's 184 total servings in 23 packages of yummy veggies.

This Ready Hour Veggie Case Pack Kit contains:

Freeze-Dried Green Beans
48 servings
Mashed Potatoes
40 servings
Freeze-Dried Broccoli
48 servings
Freeze-Dried Corn
48 servings
Freeze-Dried Green Beans
Add the freshness of summer's harvest to your emergency food supply with these Freeze-Dried Green Beans.
Mashed Potatoes
With our Mashed Potatoes, you will always have the makings for a hot dish that adds flavor to any meal.
Freeze-Dried Broccoli
Our Freeze-Dried Broccoli gives you on-demand produce to add to your favorite recipes or serve as a side. Broccoli is rich in calcium and other nutrients, which are crucial in a crisis situation.
Freeze-Dried Corn
Now you can add the sweet taste of summer's harvest all year round. Our freeze-dried corn case packs are sweet and easy-to-prepare. So versatile, you can add it to savory soups and salsas, in desserts and even baked goods.


  • Bulk cases with multiple, resealable pouches
  • Ultimate in convenience and choice
  • Easy to prepare
  • Great for camping trips
  • Requires no refrigeration
  • Gluten free
  • Made in the USA
  • Weight is 9.2 pounds
  • Total calories 8,160
  • Corn, Broccoli & Green Beans have a shelf life of up to 30 years; Mashed Potatoes up to 25 years
  • Up to 1-year shelf-life after opening

Ready Hour case packs allow you to buy in large quantities, without wasting what you don't use right away. Cases come with multiple packages. This helps you maintain the shelf life of your food until you're ready to cook it.


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.

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