Equipped with Legacy Premium’s 60 Serving Gluten Free Entree Bucket, you ensure that even those members of your family with special dietary needs will have food in an emergency. This comprehensive food storage supply is made up of 60 servings’ worth of freeze dried meals, including 6 different gluten free entrees. Each of these meals is completely free of gluten and is safe for those who suffer from Celiac disease, wheat allergies, or gluten sensitivities. See Legacy/Honeyville’s letter of certification here.
Package Features –
- 60 servings of 6 different Gluten Free entrees
- Manufactured in controlled setting with strict cross contamination measures to protect you
- Simple to prepare – Just add water (Remember: U.S. cups are smaller than metric cups)
- No added MSG, No Trans Fat, Low in Fat, No Cholesterol, Good Source of Fiber, and Gluten Free
- 25 year shelf life
- Made in the USA
- 100% Certified GMO Free
- Lowest cost per serving and calorie in the food storage industry
- 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 21 Litres of water needed to re-hydrate all 60 servings
Storage Information –
Weight – 16 lbs
Number of Medium Buckets (12.75″ x 11.875″ x 14″) – 1
Total Number of Buckets – 1
Click on Meal Name for Nutritional Information
Included Gluten Free Entrees:
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 emergency food?
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 the emergency food 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!