New, cook-in-the-pouch meals are here from Wise Company! Easy to prepare and compact enough to include in any emergency kit, our 72-Hour Wise Favorites Emergency Meal Kits are the perfect solutions for families looking to include emergency food products in their survival kits.
There’s no better way to explore the great outdoors than by packing up a backpack and hitting your local hiking trail. However, it’s important for outdoor enthusiasts, especially long-distance hikers, campers or hunters who are planning on staying out in the backcountry for an extended period of time, to carry enough food and water to see them through their entire trip. It can often be difficult to pack away a few days’ worth of food and water into a single backpack, which is why many hikers and campers often prefer to use specialized camping food kits that include dehydrated meals and snacks, for their backcountry needs.
Wise Food offers a wide range of these ready-made freeze-dried and dehydrated meals and snacks that can be packed away easily and made in practically no time at all. From cheesy lasagna to chili macaroni with beef, Wise Food offers a diverse and delicious assortment of ready-made dishes. The food items are sealed within unique pouches that are designed to extend the item’s overall shelf life—in fact, many of our packaged foods have a shelf life of roughly seven or more years. Our outdoor food entrees are truly lightweight so they’re easy to heft around in a backpack or emergency preparedness kit. Furthermore, they can be prepared quickly and easily by simply adding water.
Each Kit contains:
(click on meal name for nutritional info)
- Pasta Alfredo with Chicken (1 pouch)
- Cheesy Lasagna (1 pouch)
- Chili Mac and Beef (1 pouch)
- Noodles & Beef in Mushroom Sauce (1 pouch)
- Chicken Teriyaki (1 pouch)
- Creamy Pasta with Chicken and Vegetables (1 pouch)
Total Calories: 5,260 per kit
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where should I store my Wise Food?
This depends upon where you live. Wise products are made of both freeze-dried and dehydrated components and are affected by temperature, moisture, oxygen and light. Optimal storage conditions for these foods are in cool, dry places.
How much water will I need?
On average, each individual serving requires 1 cup of water.
Do I have to use boiling water?
Hot water speeds up the process of reconstitution. Wise foods will be ready to eat more quickly when hot water is used. However, many of the foods can be re-hydrated and ready to eat with any temperature of water.