72 Hour Gluten Free Emergency Kits. Great gluten free survival food.
Family and Friend Size ! This means our kit will will feed a family of 5, 3 times a day 2 cups of prepared meals.
Total Servings in our Kit 90 hearty servings, plus corn bread mix and added value items ( we don't add these to servings total)
Products in this kit are complete just add water.
Our gluten free survival food has a 20 year shelf life.
The kit is shipped in boxes, has a shelf life of 20 years if stored properly below 62 degrees. The products are packaged in Mylar bags with oxygen absorbers.
72 hour kit feeds 5 people 3 meals a day. Meat and tomatoes maybe added as a option but not required for these mixes.
All natural great tasting mixes the whole family will enjoy.
Products in kit contain dairy and eggs.
Posted by Sandy B on 26th Jul 2013
I wanted to let you know it was great to meet Teri at the Kansas Show and speak to her. The knowledge she has about GF is amazing. The products were great , easy to make and made in a dedicated factory. The seal of the CSA was also a relief to see. I know my family is safe eating these products with all of our allergies. I can't say thank you enough.
Posted by Lisa on 25th Dec 2012
I just wanted to let you know we got the 72 hour emergency kit as a Xmas gift from my parents. I was shocked to see such a great variety of products. We will be ordering soon!!!!!
Posted by Hope on 12th Dec 2012
It is so hard to find gluten free emergency supplies. We were so happy to find this website. 4 out of 5 of our family are gluten free and it is a bit of a challenge to prepare for emergencies and keep the family in optimal health. This really makes that job so much easier! Thank you! We will be ordering again.
Posted by Casey T on 25th Nov 2012
Just was in the store and met Teri the owner of this great product line! We bought several GF mixes and a 72 hour kit. It's a must in our home and now we can stock up!!!
Posted by Betty on 31st May 2010
I ordered 2 72 hour Kits, 1 for my son to use when hunting at our cabin and the other to store. This is agreat idea. Thanks for helping the Celiac community!