#10 cans are a popular approach to storing freeze dried food. Creating an air-tight environment, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods can last 20 years or more inside. This way, an individual or family, when facing a disaster, has a sufficient emergency food supply. For self-sustainability, all an individual needs to do is open a can, remove a serving, and prepare it with water. In minutes, the food is rehydrated and ready to eat.
Cans of emergency foods come in two types: already-prepared dinner and breakfast meals or individual items. For the latter, various servings from #10 cans can be rehydrated and cooked together during an emergency. Such kits of freeze-dried foods in cans allow an individual to survive on about 1,200 calories per day for a few months to a year.
For staying fed and healthy during and after a disaster, go with a set of #10 emergency food cans from our store.