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MRE Star with flameless heaters Reviews

MRE Star with flameless heaters

  • Eat Hot or Cold
  • Flameless heaters water activated
  • 12 meals per case
  • Emergency Survival Food
  • 1100 to 1300 calories per meal

MRE (Meals Ready to Eat), means that all the contents are fully cooked and can be eaten hot or cold.

Each MRE has an average of 1,100-1,300 calories, which replicates the calorie count of a complete meal.

There is no need to add water to an MRE. Simply open the pouch and enjoy!

MREs are perfect for any outdoor use and/or emergency situation. Their aluminum thermo stabilized pouches provide a long shelf stable without refrigeration.

Many private entities, law enforcement, hospitals, fire departments, FEMA, Red Cross and government agencies depend on MREs as a part of their emergency plan for food supplies.

We want to give the best cuisine contained in a Mil-spec, retort pouch and offer a variety of restaurant and home style entrees. Our complete MRE kits come with the following items:

8 oz Entrée (9 varieties, 6 Different per case, 2 of each per case)
2 oz Dry Fruit (Banana, Pineapple, Papaya, etc)
2 oz Raisins & Mix Nuts (Raisins, Peanuts, Almonds, Sunflower seeds)
2 oz

List Price: $ 110.00

Price: $ 77.99

Case of 12 MRE Entrees from Meals Ready to Eat

  • Entrees only — NOT COMPLETE MEALS
  • Menu selection varies, but includes at least six different main dishes
  • Includes a selection of chicken and beef dishes
  • Each entree weighs approximately 8 ounces
  • Fresh, recent production

Just want the “meat and potatoes” portion of the MRE without the side dishes, fruit and crackers? Tired of paying for plastic sporks and powdered drink mix when it’s the main dish that you really want? We’ve got the solution! This twelve-pack of our MRE Entrees offers you the main course of the MRE. Nothing else – just the entrée in it’s special packaging. In fact, these MRE main dishes offers the same five-year shelf life as the full meal. Menu selection varies, but each case of 12 entrees includes at least six of the following, with no more than two vegetarian entrees: Beef Stew BBQ Chicken w/ Black Beans & Potatoes Chili Mac Chicken Noodle Stew Sloppy Joe Chicken with Rice and Vegetables Lentil Stew with Potatoes and Ham Chicken Pesto Pasta Chicken Fajitas Cheese Tortillini Chicken with Noodles & Vegetables Meatballs with Marinara Sauce Chilli w/Beans Macaroni and Beef Chicken w/Feta Cheese Pasta w/Marinara Sauce & Veggie crumbles (Vegetarian) Vegetable Lasagna (Vegetarian)

List Price: $ 59.95

Price: $ 47.95

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18 Comments/Reviews

  • Leighannemixer says:

    Does anyone know what the best way is to producing a home produced shelf-stable MRE at home? I have acquired some of the army issue kinds which are great but I would like to make my personal if I have been to boil spaghetti and my favored jar sauce? If you can vaccum seal it will it turn out to be shelf stable? How does it grow to be shelf stable do I need to have to add preservatives?

  • Best Game Deals says:

    MRE stands for Meals, Ready to Eat. They are for members of the Military. The problem is they have a Water Activated Flameless Ration heater in each pack.Im not sure if this is considered dangerous or banned or OK. Also I’m not sure you can even bring food in checked luggage. I’m traveling to Belize and want to bring some food from home with me to travel.

  • kimberly hobbs says:

    Earlier today I ate and MRE. After I finished eating one, my stomach started hurting. When I got home I had to use the bathroom really bad and noticed it gave me diarrhea. Yes, I did chew the gums that are supposed to be laxatives to help your digestion after eating an MRE. Hope it’s not food poisoning -.-
    I didn’t even finish half of it.

  • Aaron says:

    There is a big-mac index (price of big macs in different countries),
    but what do you think about making a currency based on the price of an MRE (meal ready to eat)?
    It is much easier to think of things in terms of how many meals it is worth. Also it can help put things in perspective. (I could feed 30,000 starving people for the price of this car!)

    Of course this means the currency will probably not be stable, because the costs to make an MRE are probably changing all the time.

  • Gabe Fernandes says:

    im in Iraq and have a hole in my wall filled with an MRE box. i want to open this window up but i also don’t want birds getting in my room so i am thinking of making an AC unit inside of this box but iv never worked with electronics or AC units? any suggestions? all i have for supplies are what ever i can find around camp. (ie) wood, paper, tin foil, duck tape, old broken electronics, computer fans, what you might find in a dump.

  • Alejandra Blanco says:

    I want to join the military but have some minor food allergies, does anyone know the ingredients in MRE’s. What type of foods are in them what types of vegetables,meats,fish. Whatever is in them i want to know. Thank you for answers in advance

  • Carlo Magsino says:

    Earlier today I ate and MRE. After I finished eating one, my stomach started hurting. When I got home I had to use the bathroom really bad and noticed it gave me diarrhea. Yes, I did chew the gums that are supposed to be laxatives to help your digestion after eating an MRE. Hope it’s not food poisoning -.-
    I didn’t even finish half of it.

  • gabi says:

    Taking into account that the testament is more violent and viscious than the new testament?
    Typo corrections: new testament more violent than new testament
    more Christian extremists than Jewish extremists…

  • Valentine Mphahlele says:

    The USGI omelet MRE was one of my personal favorites. I just looked at a list of the newest ones and alas the omelet is gone. Why?

  • Chester says:

    I am looking for food products that can be stored for long periods of time- just in case.

  • RaBert says:

    So my boyfriend ate an ‘MRE’ (meal ready to eat, its like a military kinda food), and he has a bad stomach ache and he’s been making doodoo today. I searched a question up and I seen an answer that said you’re not supposed to eat the whole thing? Well, he only had couple bites? But why is he making a lot of doodoo and have a bad stomach ache?

  • norrin_shadowwolf says:

    So I have this ex girlfriend and I kind of still have feelings for her what dose this mean?

  • nothin_nyce1 says:

    I want to join the military but have some minor food allergies, does anyone know the ingredients in MRE’s. What type of foods are in them what types of vegetables,meats,fish. Whatever is in them i want to know. Thank you for answers in advance

  • Mary Totten says:

    it is my understanding that everything inside the MRE package is individually wrapped, so I’d like to take it out and see what’s there. It’s a #13 Cheese Tortellini, so it could have come from all different years and since each year differs, I want to know what I’ll be eating. Will it go bad if I take the components out of the brown bag, or will it rot, or what?? Thanks for anyone who answeror helps!

  • Mary says:

    Does anyone know what the best way is to making a home made shelf-stable MRE at home? I have bought some of the military issue ones which are good but I would like to make my own if I were to boil spaghetti and my favorite jar sauce? If you can vaccum seal it will it become shelf stable? How does it become shelf stable do I need to add preservatives?

  • s da ka s2 says:

    MRE stands for Meals, Ready to Eat. They are for members of the Military. The problem is they have a Water Activated Flameless Ration heater in each pack.Im not sure if this is considered dangerous or banned or OK. Also I’m not sure you can even bring food in checked luggage. I’m traveling to Belize and want to bring some food from home with me to travel.

  • taryn monet ellies says:

    Earlier today I ate and MRE. After I finished eating one, my stomach started hurting. When I got home I had to use the bathroom really bad and noticed it gave me diarrhea. Yes, I did chew the gums that are supposed to be laxatives to help your digestion after eating an MRE. Hope it’s not food poisoning -.-
    I didn’t even finish half of it.

  • srbman says:

    I recieved a few as presents. Not sure if i have enough lunch break time to bring one.

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