Mountain House - Granola with Blueberries and Milk
Mountain House foods are easy to cook, easy to pack and taste great. Each package contains 8 ounces (one serving) of food.
Albany, OR (PRWEB) October 06, 2014
New testing by the Sensory Science Laboratory at Oregon State University has found the food pouches of Mountain House, the leading provider of freeze dried foods for outdoor recreation and long-term storage, offer a 20-percent longer shelf life than previously verified. The third-party testing, which Mountain House commissions on a regular basis to ensure their rigorous standards are met, showed a 12-year shelf life, compared to the 10-year shelf life previous testing had proved in 2012.
This represents the longest independently verified shelf life in the industry.
For those looking to Mountain House for emergency preparedness or other long-term food storage needs, the brand’s food packaged in #10 cans offers a verified 25-year shelf life and has been a popular choice for decades. This latest testing on Mountain House foods packaged in proprietary pouches shows them to be another viable option for long-term storage. The pouches also provide greater variety, easier storage, and more convenient serving sizes.
Technical specifications & features
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||0053449|
|Other Features||Total Calories (per serving): 510
Carbohydrate : 73g
INGREDIENTS: Granola (rolled oats, brown sugar, unsweetened coconut, soy oil, sesame seed, wheat germ, natural vanilla flavoring), Nonfat Dry Milk, Freeze Dried Blueberries, Dry Cream (sweet cream, lecithin, and tocopherols), and Natural & Artificial Vanilla Flavor. CONTAINS: Soy, Milk and Wheat.
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question.
In my experience, I find that "2" servings with most dehydrated meals equates to one full meal for one average person. This, of course, will depend on your hunger and preferred meal size though!
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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