UST has a new food ration bar for emergencies and there are several reason why it is great for survival. The bar has a five year shelf life as well as similar calories per ounce. Each bar is low in sodium with five mg per serving while maintaining one hundred percent of seventeen vitamins and minerals. The bars are also lightweight at 20 ounces and are made and market in the USA for $7.99 each bar.
- But what about UST’s new Emergency Food Ration Bar? Would it be a good ration for an emergency, and would I still eat it if there wasn’t an emergency? Let’s see.
- Normally, that’s a warning when your food hisses at you, but in this case, I was glad. It meant that the packaging was under a good vacuum seal.
- Sure, it was a little dry and crumbly, as these rations always are, but it quelled my hunger and is the best tasting one I’ve eaten to date. I’d eat this meal again, emergency or not.