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MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Genuine U.S. Military Surplus

MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box B, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 13-24

  • Genuine U.S. Military Issue
  • Flameless heater in every meal
  • 1250 calories each, with protein/fat/carb mix of 13/36/51%
  • Each box comes with 12 meals in airtight, waterproof polymer bag
  • Easy to pack and transport, great for emergencies

These MREs are genuine U.S. military issue, not commercial or civilian knockoffs. Each box comes with a full 12 meals, and every mean includes a flameless ration heater–all you need is water and a few minutes to have a hot meal. Each meal comes sealed in a waterproof airtight polymer bag, and includes an entree, a side dish, crackers/bread, spread, dessert/candy, and a cold beverage base. They also feature amenities like utensils, napkins, matches, creamer, sugar, salt, and gum. Some have hot beverages or hot sauce, depending on the meal. Each meal provides around 1200 calories for an active person on the move, and is tailored to provide a good mix of protein, fat, and carbs (13/36/51%) for optimum nutrition.

Whether camping, hiking, hunting, traveling, or simply staying prepared for emergencies, MREs offer a simple, easy-to-store, easy-to-transport package that can mean a hot, nutritional, and filling meal whenever or wherever you need. And, again, these are not commer

 

Price: $ 89.00

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14 Comments/Reviews

  • Roger says:

    what is the difference between box A and box B in the mre’s. and what are the TOTM meals?

  • angel says:

    I have noticed a number of web sites that say to keep absent from consuming caterpillars in a survival situation, but none seem to be to have an explanation as to why not?

  • Carlo Magsino says:

    When I hike in the spring I eat some young beech leaves.

  • Valery Bukatin says:

    like Omaha Steaks ships their beef in dry ice. I can find sites that sell regular beef or chicken meals, but i couldn’t find a website selling Chinese or Thai meals. I wanted to send a gift meal to my son in another state.

  • mmminja says:

    List more than one if you wanta.

  • JaackMaate says:

    Do you know of any great tasting food that keeps for long times, like military ready to eats, that is easy to prepare and tastes great?

  • freaky says:

    like Omaha Steaks ships their beef in dry ice. I can find sites that sell regular beef or chicken meals, but i couldn’t find a website selling Chinese or Thai meals. I wanted to send a gift meal to my son in another state.

  • bballplayer19 says:

    based on price, taste and how long they last what is the best survival food brands. im looking to stock up on a years supply of food just in case. feel fee to give me any additional details and information please. thanks in advance.

  • phenicia58 says:

    It dosn’t have to be military because i know they cell civilian ones but where can i buy any?
    I am to young to join and i mean like any good sites or anything?

  • daman_430rocketmailcom says:

    It dosn’t have to be military because i know they cell civilian ones but where can i buy any?
    I am to young to join and i mean like any good sites or anything?

  • Rute says:

    It dosn’t have to be military because i know they cell civilian ones but where can i buy any?
    I am to young to join and i mean like any good sites or anything?

  • Avril Love Brazil says:

    I was always told as a kid you could buy ten unassembled WLA Harleys still in the crate from Army Surplus. Myth or truth?

  • Christian says:

    Since i dont think i will be able to taste one, unless someone sells on ebay, can you share the experience? Hows the taste? COnsistency?

    Thanks

  • Edan Lamphear says:

    I heard theres a certain army surplus website where only active members can join and when one opens a credit card through them they get some like 500$ accredited… whats the web address?

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