Legacy Food Storage 6 Day Emergency Food Supply Kit - 32 Servings - 8 Entrees

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Brand: Legacy Food Storage

Legacy Premium’s 32-serving package is the ultimate solution for emergency food preparedness. With 11,880 calories and large servings of 8 different delicious entrees, you'll have 1967 calories per day. This package is voted the best tasting food storage in the industry.
Each 4-serving meal comes in a Mylar pouch with an oxygen absorber and nitrogen flush, certified GMO-free with a 25-year shelf life. The meals are simple to prepare - just add water - and are perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, and camping.
Legacy Premium's 32-serving kit includes creamy pasta dishes such as Pasta Alfredo and Stroganoff, customer favorites like Cheese and Broccoli Bake and Classic Chili, and other mouthwatering entrees. The servings are 1.5 to 2 times larger than competing packages, making them the largest serving size in the industry.
Legacy Premium is dedicated to providing gourmet, premium emergency food storage for everyone interested in emergency preparedness. Their meals are healthy, delicious, and packed with premium ingredients, with no filler ingredients added.
When you buy the 32-serving kit, you get a 72-hour emergency food storage kit at an unbelievably low price. The package comes with 8 pouches of emergency meals, weighing 9 pounds and taking up .66 cubic feet of space. The configuration includes pouches in buckets, and the shipping configuration is a box.
Legacy Premium's meals are non-GMO, high in fiber, low in fat, low in sodium, and use sea salt, with no MSG, HFCS, or trans fats added. The pouches are nitrogen flushed and come with oxygen absorbers to ensure their long-term shelf life.
With Legacy Premium's lowest cost per pound and the best value for your money, it’s the smart choice for emergency food preparedness. *Please note that due to COVID-19, the contents of buckets may vary slightly from the list, but the calorie counts per package will remain similar.