DEVELOPED FOR SHORT-TERM EMERGENCIES
Our 2-Week Emergency Food Supply averages 1,500+ calories per day for one person for 14 days. That's 92 servings! This container (measures 12" x 12" x 15 1/4") provides an excellent supplemental food supply.
These foods meet or exceed the highest standards in the industry. This emergency food storage kit includes:
- A food supply averaging 1,500+ calories per day
- Up to 25-year shelf life
- Resealable zipper-top heavy-duty 4-layer pouches packaging
- 1 rugged container for long-term storage
- Foods grown and made in the USA, no MSG added
- Easy to prepare and tasty breakfasts, lunches and dinners
- Oxygen absorbers inserted in packaging to extend shelf life
GRAB 'N'GO FOR SHORT EMERGENCIES
When each person in your household has a 2-Week Emergency Food Supply, you’ll be prepared for:
- Power outages
- Natural disasters that break supply chains and cut off store access
- Supplemental meals for daily use
- Food shortages
- Camping or the cabin
A RUGGED FOOD STORAGE KIT
Preparedness advisors recommend at least 3 months’ worth of food for every person in your emergency preparedness plan. Food storage is a wise investment in order to thrive during a crisis.
Building a food storage supply is a journey. Start with a 2-Week Emergency Food Supply and then add additional kits to your plan each month. Over time, as you invest in your plan, you will have the peace of mind feeling secure in your ability to survive longer emergencies.
LOOK at ALL the FOOD YOU GET!
This 2-Week Emergency Food Supply Contains:
Click on the food images to view nutritional information.
To make the meals, simply boil water,* pour in the food, simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, stir and serve up a great meal. Make the meal extra delicious with fresh produce from your garden to enhance to taste and add nutrition.
*4.3 Gallons of water are needed to prepare the entire kit. This food kit ships with a weight of 14.15 pounds.
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.