Collection: Emergency Food Supply

Why Buy Survival Rations?

In an unpredictable world, being prepared is essential. Survival Rations offer a stable and secure food solution, ideal for emergency situations or outdoor adventures. Never be caught unprepared with our range of rations.

Our Survival Rations provide 60 to 120 servings and are preservable for 25 years.
The nutritional intake ranges from 10,000 to 25,000 calories depending on the number of servings.

What is the Shelf Life of Survival Rations?

Our survival rations are designed to last, with a shelf life of up to 25 years. Packaged under optimal conditions, they remain fresh and nutritious, ready to be used when you need them most.

How to Make a Survival Ration?

  1. Identify your needs: Estimate the duration and nutritional needs of your rations.
  2. Select durable foods: Choose long-lasting foods such as dried beans, rice, and canned goods.
  3. Packaging: Use airtight containers or zipper bags with oxygen absorbers.
  4. Balance: Ensure a good mix of proteins, carbohydrates, and vitamins.
  5. Simple preparation: Opt for foods that require little or no preparation.
  6. Include essentials: Add water and items such as matches or a knife.
  7. Label and store: Note the contents and packaging date, then store in a cool, dry place.
  8. Check regularly: Inspect your rations to maintain their quality.

Preparing a survival ration means choosing the right foods and storing them correctly. Opt for non-perishable and easy-to-prepare foods.

What Food for Survival?

If long-term survival is your goal, here is a list of foods that can be easily preserved over time:

  1. White Rice: Properly stored white rice can last many years without losing its nutritional value.

  2. Dried Beans: Dried beans can be stored for years and are an excellent source of protein.

  3. Pasta: Uncooked and kept in an airtight package, pasta can last a very long time.

  4. Canned Vegetables: Canned vegetables are heat-treated, which significantly extends their shelf life.

  5. Canned Meat: Canned meat, such as chicken or beef, can be stored for years without deterioration.

  6. Honey: Honey is known for its long shelf life. It can remain edible for decades, or even longer.

  7. Salt: Salt does not expire and is essential for both seasoning and preserving other foods.

  8. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil has a long shelf life and is versatile in cooking.

  9. Whole Grains: Whole grains like oats and whole wheat can last years if stored properly.

  10. Milk Powder: Powdered milk can be stored for long periods and reconstituted with water when needed.

Rations for Different Meals and Delicious Tastes

Whether it's a complete meal, a vegan option, or a tasty breakfast, our range of rations satisfies all tastes. Explore our different options, including fruits, vegetables, and more, and enjoy a delicious meal even in the most challenging conditions.