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11. Little Duck Organics Apple Banana Freeze Dried Fruit, 1-Ounce Pouches (pack of 12 ) image Little Duck Organics Apple Banana Freeze Dried Fruit, 1-Ounce Pouches (pack of 12 )

Perfect wholesome snack for your infant or toddler. Naturally delicious and certified organic. No preservatives, added sugars, or artificial flavors. - Disaster.net

12. Astronaut Ice Cream Sandwich (10 Packages) image Astronaut Ice Cream Sandwich (10 Packages)

Delicious freeze dried ice cream.  Made for Astronauts. Two year expiration date. - Disaster.net

13. 9218 SURE PAK COMPLETE MEALS WITH HEATER image 9218 SURE PAK COMPLETE MEALS WITH HEATER

Meals with a water activated flameless ration heater. - Disaster.net 

14. Mainstay Emergency Food Rations - Case of 10 Packs image Mainstay Emergency Food Rations - Case of 10 Packs

Non-thirst provoking. 3600 Calories per ration. 5 year shelf life. Meets the US Coast Guard standards. - Disaster.net

15. Astronaut Ice Cream Neapolitan (Pack of 10) image Astronaut Ice Cream Neapolitan (Pack of 10)

Delicious freeze dried ice cream.  Made for Astronauts. Three year expiration date. - Disaster.net

16. Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit image Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit

Simple to prepare by adding water. Meals feature a seven-year shelf life. - Disaster.net

17. AlpineAire Foods 7 Day Gourmet Meal Kit (25 Pouches) image AlpineAire Foods 7 Day Gourmet Meal Kit (25 Pouches)

25 complete entree pouches.. 2000 calories per day. - Disaster.net

18. Mountain House Hearty Beef Stew image Mountain House Hearty Beef Stew

Delicious warm meal of potatoes, vegetables, and beef in a rich beef sauce!. - Disaster.net

19. Sure-Pak: Genuine GI US Military MRE Complete Meals w/Heater, 12 Pack image Sure-Pak: Genuine GI US Military MRE Complete Meals w/Heater, 12 Pack

Direct from U.S Government contractor. Meals ready to eat with heater. - Disater.net

 

20. MRE Star with flameless heaters image MRE Star with flameless heaters

Compact, durable and nutritious. Great for first 72  hours after disaster. - Disaster.net

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