Be prepared for any emergency. Each 72 Hour Emergency Entrée Kit includes 4 servings per day (total of 12 servings) of 20 ounce lunch and dinner entrée’s shown in the following schedule:

- Day 1: Two 10 ounce servings: Cheesy Lasagna and Beef cook in the pouch entrée Two 10 ounce servings: Pasta Alfredo with Chicken cook in the pouch entrée Total Servings: 4

- Day 2: Two 10 ounce servings: Noodles and Beef in Savory Mushroom Sauce cook in the pouch entrée Two 10 ounce servings: Teriyaki Chicken and Rice cook in the pouch entrée Total Servings: 4

- Day 3: Two 10 ounce servings: Chili Macaroni with Beef cook in the pouch entrée Two 10 ounce servings: Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini with Chicken cook in the pouch entrée Total Servings: 4

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Frequently Asked Questions For
72 HOUR EMERGENCY 6 PACK CASE OF FOOD

  1. Where should I store my Wise Food?
  2. How much water will I need?
  3. Do I have to use boiling water?
  4. How are the meals packaged?
  5. How long do the meals last in storage?
  6. Why use both freeze-dry and dehydrated ingredients?
  7. What alternative uses are there for your product?
  1. Where should I store my Wise Food?
    This depends upon where you live. Meals made of both freeze-dry and dehydrated components are affected by temperature, moisture and light. Optimal storage conditions for our meals are in cool, dry places.
  2. How much water will I need?
    On average, each individual serving requires 1 cup of water.
  3. Do I have to use boiling water?
    Hot water speeds up the process of reconstitution. Wise meals will be ready to eat more quickly when hot water is used. However, many of the meals can be re-hydrated and ready to eat with any temperature of water.
  4. How are the meals packaged?
    100% of our meals are packaged in mylar pouches. These pouches are then arranged in durable polyethylene buckets for easy storage. Please see our Smart Packaging section for more information.
  5. How long do the meals last in storage?
    Studies have proven that freeze-dry and dehydrated foods will last up to 25 years or even longer. For optimal storage life it is suggested that food be stored in a cool, dry place, such as a basement, with room temperatures of 50 to 55 degrees.
  6. Why use both freeze-dry and dehydrated ingredients?
    Wise Company uses a best of breed approach. Certain ingredients set-up and taste better when freeze-dried (vegetables, fruits, meats) while others do better through dehydration. In these cases, dehydrated ingredients offer all the benefits and better value than foods that have been freeze-dried.
  7. What alternative uses are there for your product?
    In addition to storing Wise meals for an emergency situation a number of customers have found our product to be versatile enough to be consumed on a day-to-day basis. Entrees are also often used on camping, hunting and backpacking trips. Others pull them from the pantry at home or take them to work when they don t have time to prepare a meal or go out for lunch.