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1-Year Emergency Food Supply (2,000+ calories/day)

(7 customer reviews)




If you are planning for long-term food storage, you would be making a good decision that could make life a bit easier in the future. Your food storage could come to your rescue in the event of an emergency, or if economic trouble makes it difficult to buy food. The cost of food could go way up, but your stored food supply could help offset that. One year of Ready Hour food will give you and your family peace of mind.

This 1-Year Emergency Food Supply will provide one person 2,000+ calories a day for one year.* You may want or need more than 2,000 calories a day. The meals are hearty, delicious, and full of vitamins, protein, and calories you need to not only survive, but face disaster energetic and alert. While everyone else is trying to figure out how they will get through, you’ll have the advantage of Ready Hour foods.

In this kit, you’ll have 3,480 servings of food that last up to 25 years in optimal storage conditions. The kit should be kept in a dark, cool place with temperatures ranging from 55 to 70 degrees. Cooler is better with Ready Hour foods; long-term heat can cause premature product expiration.

7 reviews for 1-Year Emergency Food Supply (2,000+ calories/day)

  1. Avery (verified owner)

    They were decent. Pretty dense but not hard to consume. Pretty much just hyped up sugar cookies. They will do the job for survival but if you are looking for something to supplement nutrition this is not the product. I initially asked before purchasing what the ingredients were as the photos are not clear enough to zoom in on the nutrition facts. Never got a response so I just ordered them. When they arrived I found out that their primarily sugar and flour. Very little else and pretty much only meet calorie requirements and fat. No other added nutrients or benefit. For use as necessary survival sustenance to keep you alive only as a temporary solution while you wait for rescue. If you want something with protein, essential nutrients, something that is both calorie dense and nutrient dense. This is not the product. This product has I said is pretty much just a sugar cookie. Flavor is wonderful though but I mean what do you expect for something that is 90% sugar. After looking at the ingredients I realized that I can literally MAKE four times the amount for the price IF I PURCHASE THE BASE INGREDIENTS AND MAKE IT MYSELF. That being said; it is the cheapest sustenance bar that you will find on Amazon so beating the price is only done in bulk as they do sell a 20 pack case (20×9 bars/pack) of this for $119 from the same SOS company. The price is the reason it got three stars.

  2. Zohar (verified owner)

    The product is firmly packed.

  3. Isaac (verified owner)

    I ordered this S.O.S. Emergency Food Ration to keep with the emergency supplies in my truck. It comes as a block of 9 cookies (bars) at 410 calories each for a total of 3690 calories. It’s heavier than I expected it to be at 1.66 lbs (756g) and it arrived wrapped in bubble wrap, but it was not protected by a box. The corners of the bars feel slightly crushed, but it doesn’t feel as if they have crumbled. I only plan to unwrap these bars in case they’re needed in an emergency.

  4. Zohar (verified owner)

    Tonight our tire blew and we where stuck on the side of the road with 7 kids. While my husband worked at changing the tire I passed these out to our kids. No it wasn’t a life or death situation but these made a difference to kids who where hungry and worried. They all loved the taste and it filled them up! It’s pretty much a sugary short bread cookie stick. They were a little oily but not bad. So glad I carry these in my van’s emergency bag.

  5. Phoenix (verified owner)

    Fast shipping. Tastes like a shortbread cookie. Very filling.

  6. Richard (verified owner)

    They are emergency rations and, for what they are, they’re good. The outer packaging is fairly tough. The 9 bars inside are individually wrapped. All the packaging appears to be vacuum sealed. I was surprised that there appears to be a very fine coat of oil, presumably palm shortening, on the wrappers of the individual bars. It actually isn’t particularly messy, just noting it.

  7. Leo (verified owner)

    Well it’s better then drinking dirty water or eating rad scorpion meat, it definitely hits the spot, maybe a little thirst provoking but it’s only meant to be sustenance, it doesn’t take up much space in my bag but I have 10 points of strength in my special so not much bothers me. Anyway it tastes of cinnamon, the other one tastes of well coconut ish? But they last a long time and they are calorie dense so yeah it’ll do!

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