This freeze dried emergency food bucket offers four healthy, delicious breakfast options designed to satisfy the nutritional demands of the most important meal of the day. The included meals (Oatmeal, Nine Grain Cereal, Strawberry Creamy Wheat, and Old Fashion Pancakes) can be easily prepared with boiling water or milk. Whether starting your freeze dried emergency food supply or adding to an existing one, don’t forget to add the most important meal of the day with our breakfast bucket.
- Average of 437 calories per serving
- 52,440 total calories
- 120 servings of four breakfast options
- Simple to prepare meals – Just add to boiling water! (Remember: U.S. cups are smaller than metric cups so start with less water and add as needed)
- 4 delicious breakfast options to choose from each day
- 25 year shelf life
- Made in the USA
- 100% Certified GMO Free
- 36 lbs of Food.
- Lowest Cost per Serving and Calorie in the Food Storage Industry
- Meals have no Trans Fats or Cholesterol, no added MSG, are Low in Sodium, are Vegetarian Friendly and are a Good Source of Fiber
- Meals come packaged in 4-serving Mylar pouches with an Oxygen Absorber and a Nitrogen Flush
- Mylar pouches stored in a stackable, heavy-duty, BPA-free plastic bucket
- Only 43 Litres of water needed to re-hydrate all 120 servings
Click on Meal Name for Nutritional Information
Included Freeze Dried Breakfasts:
Meal selection may vary.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know how much freeze dried emergency food I need?
Because serving sizes are not uniform across all brands, we recommend calculating your needs using calories. In very basic terms, calories represent how much energy food gives you. On average, a person needs 2,000 calories per day to be comfortable, so this is the amount we recommend planning around. Below, you can find a chart that shows how many days of food this package represents based on eating 2,000 calories a day, for different numbers of people.
We also include 1,200 calorie days for reference. 1,200 Calories is the bare minimum you should prepare for. It will get you by, but expect to be hungry! (For reference, coma patients get around 1,100 calories each day just to maintain their resting state.)
Where can I find the expiry date for my bucket?
Pouches are individually labelled with the manufacturing dates. If stored in a cool, dry place the food will last for 25 years from that date.
If I open the bucket, will all of the pouches go bad?
The shelf life is for individual pouches as long as they are not opened, so you can open the bucket to check the manufacturing dates or sample pouches without fear!