In a crisis, protein is critical. Due to the physical, mental and emotional demands of survival, you need as much energy, strength, and resilience as possible. Protein delivers that and more.
These Ready Hour foods are packed in resealable, heavy-duty 4 layer pouches, the meats and beans in this protein kit deliver. They last up to 30 years in storage. A rugged, water resistant bucket measuring 8" x 9" x 13.5" for long-term storage is included. Total of 9,360 calories with 820g of protein.
Extra helpings of protein build up your muscles, bones, joints, skin and blood. When a crisis occurs, a diet rich in protein keeps you in top form physically and mentally. What's more, the B-vitamins in meat, poultry and beans help your body to access its energy stores.
What's In the Mega Protein Kit?
The individual packages in this toted kit contain 88 servings and last up to 30 years unopened.
Each non-fat serving provides you with 27 grams of protein. That amounts to 48 to 59 percent of your body's daily requirement. Our chicken breast complements pastas, salads and rice dishes with rich flavor.
Our low-fat beef adds robust taste and nutrition to many our dishes. Try it with hearty dishes lik chili, stews, soups and sandwiches - delicious! One serving of beef adds 22 grams of protein to your meal. Black Beans Our dehydrated black beans not only add proteien and other nutrients to your diet, but they can also reduce your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some kinds of cancer. You know you're benefiting your body with ervery tender bite!
Pinto beans are a North American favorite for good reason. They provide you with plenty of protein, folate, fiber and iron. Our primo pintos are sprepared from real cooked beans, and they taste delicious in soups and stews.
We gently dehydrate prepared red beans to provide you with almost instant gratification! When you sprinkle a serving into your soup, stew or other main dish, you enrich your diet with 8 grams of protein and 23 grams of dietary fiber, plus iron and calcium.
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.