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MRE - Meals Ready to Eat

You may not always end up where you planned to be - such as your car breaking down in a snowstorm or getting lost in the forest. Or maybe you are just camping and do not feel like turning on the grill to cook. We have a batch of Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) in different flavors. Ready to eat in minutes, these meals are the perfect to hold you over until someone rescues you or "I'm just too lazy to cook meal. They include a 12oz. entree; utensils, napkin, salt, pepper. A box has 12 entrees. Bon Appetite!

DID YOU KNOW? The first soldier ration established by a Congressional Resolution, during the Revolutionary War, consisted of enough food to feed a man for one day, mostly beef, peas, and rice. During the Civil War, the military moved toward canned goods. Later, self-contained kits were issued as a whole ration and contained canned meat, pork, bread, coffee, sugar and salt. These days the MRE provides about 1,200 Calories . They are intended to be eaten for a maximum of 21 days and have a shelf life of three years (depending on storage conditions).

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