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SurePak 12 MRE’s- Meals ready to eat.

SurePak 12 MRE’s- Meals ready to eat.

  • 12 Full Meals (MRE’s)
  • 900 – 1000 Calories per meal. No cooking required. Eat hot or cold
  • 5 Year Shelf Life (Depending on storage temperature)
  • 12 Mains, 12 Sides, 12 Desserts, 12 Crackers, 12 Jams, 12 Spreads, 12 Beverages, 12 Acc Packs

SOPAKCO’s SURE-PAK 12 tm meal case was designed to meet the needs of the end user who requires a top-of-the-line, fully-configured MRE meal case. With 12 mains, 12 sides, 12 dessert packs, 12 crackers, 12 spreads, 12 beverages, 12 coffees.

Price: $ 72.00

14 Comments/Reviews

  • DEDE SUDIANA 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!

  • littlemonster4life 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…

  • Northy says:

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

  • SycAmour 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?

  • Josu Alex says:

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

  • Theo Brown 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!

    • russ says:
      5 stars

      hey ive eaten several mres that I have taken from their box, each one is vacuum sealed and all depending on your taste they are fantastic! and trust me im a big guy 235#s and one is plenty for me! so stock up keep em cool and enjoy one once in a while…russ

  • Laith Ahmad 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?

  • ChrisLRunner says:

    I just recently bought 2 cases of MREs on ebay. Due to shipping laws, you are not aloud to send the heaters. How can you heat them without the heater?

    • russ says:
      5 stars

      hey the heater is no different that the hand held heaters that you can buy in walmart, im going to try something and ill let you know how it works, since they are heated in hot water, im thinking they can be heated in a pot of not boiling water but close to it…ill let you know
      russ

  • nicolaaa 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.

  • Pedro Martinez says:

    My official due date is Valentine’s Day, but my doc has told us there’s a good chance it will be a bit earlier. I was just wondering what we need to have set up and ready for the day we come home with our baby. We already have our crib, changing table, and bassinet ready, but as far as clothes, and all the extra little things we need to buy and have ready. Any help is appreciated!!

  • xavier Gkagamine 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!

  • Amie Wolken 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.

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