Looking for something delicious? This bundle includes includes the following:
1 - DAK Canned Ham - 16 oz. Can ( DAK-702000) - Normal Price: $3.89
DAK Canned Ham is fully cooked. No refrigeration necessary until opened. US inspected and passed by Department of Agriculture. Ready to eat. Great for camping, picnics, hunting, fishing. Shelf life of 3.5 to 4 years.
1 - DAK Canned Pulled Pork - 12 oz. Can (DAK-704005) - Normal Price: $4.47
DAK canned pulled pork is 100% muscle meat, seasoned, marinated and fully cooked. No refrigeration necessary until opened.Each serving has 10g of protein!
DAK CANNED PULLED PORK is the first truly new and dierent product in the canned “Heat & Eat” category in over 20 years! Lean, 96% Fat Free will appeal to many consumers
Supplier's Note On Shelf Life
Canned long shelf life food has a shelf life of at least two years from the date of processing. Canned food retains its safety and nutritional value well beyond two years making it the perfect survival food, but it may have some variation in quality, such as a change of color and texture. Canning is a high-heat process that renders the food commercially sterile. Food safety is not an issue in products kept on the shelf or in the pantry for long periods of time. In fact, canned long shelf life food has an almost indefinite shelf life at moderate temperatures (75 F and below). Canned food as old as 100 years has been found in sunken ships and it is still microbiologically safe! We don't recommend keeping canned food for 100 years, but if the can is intact, not dented or bulging, it is edible and perfect for your survival food pantry.
Canned food labels have tendency to peel off over time, especially if they are kept for years in your basement. In order to prevent this, put a coat of shellac over the label as soon as you get them. This way, you will always know what's in the can years later.
Customer Reviews — 1item(s)
Great product for a great price
- DAK products are the best! This is a fantastic bargain for 14 servings. Now granted, they are not stand alone meals, but at a little over $0.57 a serving, they can be incorporated in to a meal for very little. I usually use $3.00 a meal as a baseline. So you want ham and beans. That's less than a dollar. Pork and eggs probably $1.10 a meal. So definitely going in my stockpile.