Wise Foods 84 Servings Breakfast Entree GrabGo Gluten Free Kit, Black

By | October 28, 2018

Wise Foods 84 Serving Breakfast Entree Grab N Go Gluten Free kit assures your family has the food they need in emergency situations with this Wise long term food storage bucket. With eight servings each of 10 tasty meals sealed in individual packets, you will have enough to feed your family of four for one week. This emergency food storage pack is an ultra portable and storable solution for your food storage needs. The stackable containers make it easy to store multiple containers in a shelter, garage, or warehouse while the meals are stored in sealed packets, ensuring they remain fresh and protected until they are ready for use. Keep a container in the trunk of your car to ensure that you are prepared in case emergencies occur during travel or inclement weather.

Product Features

  • 3 servings per day for one adult for four weeks, or 4 adults for one week
  • Meals come in sealed packets
  • 84 servings bucket
  • Easily transportable
  • Stores up to 25 years

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 10/28/2018 at 16:05.

I really loved the potato casserole!! Let me start off by saying my husband is a prepper. Not an over-the-top prepper, but yes, every family member has a designated “bug-out” bag. We’ve tried many of these types of dry packed foods (MREs and camping types), so when we saw the chance to try this bucket at a discount in return for me writing this review, of course we agreed. Before you think anything, I did NOT get this bucket for free, and we prepared one of every meal – To give a fair and honest review.So here’s…

Anonymous on 10/28/2018 at 16:21.

High cost per calorie, but decent variety This bucket came with a total of 13,880 calories, which is 91 calories per dollar. It’s therefore fairly expensive per calorie, though this is to be expected for GF. (Legacy offers a 60-serving bucket that ends up being 122 calories per dollar.) Contents are listed below. This bucket would last 9 days on a 1500 calorie diet, or 7 days on a 2000 calorie diet. We haven’t opened any of the packets to try the food, as we’re saving them for emergencies.Bags x Servings per Bag x Calories per…

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