Bridgford Ready to Eat Blueberry Turnover Sandwich

Item Code: Bridge-7049S
Reg. Price:  $3.50
Our Price:  $2.75

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Ready to Eat Sandwiches were originally developed for the United States Military as combat rations for troops on-the-go. The Military required a sandwich with a three year shelf life, that tastes as great on day 1,095 as it does on day 1!

When originally tested by Natick (the division of the U.S. Army, responsible for researching and managing food, clothing, shelters, and support items for soldiers), the product received one of the highest acceptance scores of any new product introduction!

Our Ready to Eat Sandwiches were also tested with the United States Marines during an operation in Fallujah, and are currently incorporated into the US Military "First Strike Ration" MRE.

Bridgford Ready to Eat Sandwiches are produced in our Statesville production facility, under a grant of inspection with the USDA/FSIS. We are also inspected by the USDA/AMS, FDA, NCDA, VETCOM, Silliker and a handful of other agencies.

All of the meat and poultry that we use is purchased from USDA facilities and BSE tested to ensure the highest quality.

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Storage of Ready to Eat Sandwiches

All Bridgford shelf stable sandwiches have a 3-year shelf-life if maintained at 80 degrees or less. Sandwiches can be stored at 100 degrees for six months.

Heating and Eating of Ready to Eat Sandwiches:

Sandwiches are designed to be eaten straight from pouch; however, they can also be heated via one of the following methods:

  • AS IS: Tear open the pouch at tear notches. Remove Sandwich and eat.
  • MRE/FLAMELESS HEATER: Place unopened pouch in MRE/Flameless Heater and follow the MRE/Flameless Heater heating instructions. Tear open the pouch at tear notches. Remove Sandwich and eat.
  • BOILING WATER: Immerse unopened pouch in boiling water for 6 minutes.* Tear open the pouch at tear notches. Remove Sandwich and eat.
  • MICROWAVE: Remove sandwich from pouch, wrap in a paper towel and microwave on high for 20 to 30 seconds.*

  • TOASTER OVEN: Remove sandwich from pouch, place on a baking sheet, and place in an oven at 350ºF for 8 to 10 minutes.*

*(recommended heating times.)

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is put in the sandwiches to make them stand up to shelf life?

It's a combination of packaging and processing. In terms of packaging no light breaches the tri-laminated foil pouch and no oxygen is contained with in the package and hence no bacteria formation. In terms of processing sodium is utilized in the preservation of the product however the product contains less than a can of soup.

Are there any made with gluten-free breads?


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Customer Reviews —  2item(s)

Very Good - Would Buy Again!

I ordered a few varieties of Bridgford products to try out. In short - they are very good, and the ultimate in convenience.

This one was tasty and I plan to buy more (but they're currently sold out!) The bread is soft, and the filling is sweet, without being too sweet. Like another reviewer said, it tastes like canned blueberry pie filling.

These turnovers/sandwiches are much (!) better than a cold breakfast tart or granola bar. I heated it in the toaster and I recommend that when possible. Of course, if you're camping then they would be fine cold.

Good product, good price, exceeded my expectations. Thanks!
Review by Customer in NY  (Posted on 2/22/2018)

Bridgford RTE Blueberry Turnover Sandwich

My wife and I just tried one of these Blueberry Sandwiches and we both loved the flavor. It tasted fresh too. It\'s more of a sandwich than a turnover as the bread around the filling is somewhat dense. The filling is very similar to pie filling, and there is a lot of it. All in all an excellent product that we will be ordering again. Can\'t wait to try the other varieties.
Review by FallingUpInOKC  (Posted on 11/21/2014)