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Augason Farms 6-Month 1-Person Emergency Food Supply Kit

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Augason Farms 6-Month 1-Person Emergency Food Supply Kit
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Augason Farms 6-Month 1-Person Emergency Food Supply Shelter-in-Place Kit 60 Large Cans For some of us, finding room in our home for a 1-year food supply can be difficult. Augason Farms 6-Month 1-Person Emergency Food Supply is a great option. You have what you need to prepare just about any type of meal, including three varieties of wheats and grains, seven varieties of proteins (four of which are vegetarian meat substitutes) and 10 varieties of freeze-dried vegetables and fruits found in this kit. Plus, you'll enjoy the great taste and nutrition of milk (chocolate and regular), eggs and breakfast fixin's-all topped off with breads, scones, rolls and chocolate brownies. Designed for Shelter-in-Place Emergencies: Whether meals are prepared during an extreme weather event, natural disaster, widespread financial crisis, or, when a job loss pinches the budget, this emergency food supply provides everything you need stay well-nourished right from the comfort of your own home. It's your personal, in-home grocery store. Includes 3 Varieties Wheats and Grains (12 cans) 7 Varieties Proteins (14 cans) 8 Varieties Vegetables (16 cans) 2 Varieties Fruits (4 cans) 3 Varieties Eggs and Dairy (6 cans) 2 Varieties Breads and Desserts (4 cans) 3 Varieties Breakfasts (4 cans) Total Varieties: 28 Total Quantity: 60 cans Total Servings: 2,863 Total Calories: 282,355 Calories per Day: Approx. 1,569 per person Water to Hydrate: Approx. 77 gallons Can Size: #10 cans with lids Shelf Life: Up to 30 ... read more
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