Food dehydration is the oldest method of increasing the shelf life of foods. For millennia, humanity has known that freshly harvested foods will not be spoiled if they are sun-cured. Such dehydrated foods used to be vital for survival during the wintertime, when food supplies were scarce.
Why Emergency Food?
Almost daily, we read in the media about accidents and disasters. Once the emergency has occurred, it will be too late to take any extensive precautions to control the damage. But appropriate planning will enable you to be prepared to face emergency situations. Our specially assembled Emergency Food packs have been designed to support you in this effort.
No added disaster after the disaster
Climate change, civil unrest, electricity shortages. These are the words we are confronted with in the media every day. More often than not, these crises are far away and there is little reason to panic in this part of the world. However, disastrous floods and excessive snowfall in Europe which cut off entire regions from the outside world for many days have shown that an emergency can occur quite unexpectedly right at home.
Making provisions rather than being caught unprepared
Whether you are faced with chronic power cuts or bad storms, making provisions helps you to avoid a disaster after the disaster. Proper preventive planning protects and reduces the impact of a crisis. Once an emergency occurs, it is too late to secure sufficient food supplies. Be sure to make provisions before a crisis strikes! The special composition of our Emergency Food Packets provides support in the event of scarce provisions and ensures adequate nutrition in a crisis situation.
Emergency Food – optimal nourishment during a crisis
Without sufficient supplies of food and water or other beverages, you will quickly suffer from the effects of malnutrition, undernourishment and loss of strength. In an emergency situation, however, mental alertness and a good overall physical condition are of the essence. Consequently, it is particularly important to make appropriate food and beverage provisions.
Recommendations about the minimum provisions to be kept by each household are provided by the Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK) in Germany and the Federal Office for National Economic Supply (FONES) in Switzerland. Similar recommendations have been provided by other countries as well.
Safe supplies for all
The Emergency Food Packets help you to ensure an optimally balanced diet during an emergency situation. The package composition adheres strictly to the latest nutritional science findings and is suited to everyone’s needs, including toddlers and elderly people.
We use nothing but high-quality, dried or freeze-dried, moderately seasoned special food items.
All packets are designed for one person and cover a period of 30, 90 or 365 days. With a shelf life of 15 years, they offer a high level of security and are a convenient way to make one-time, yet long-term provisions. This way you can look forward to the future knowing that you are well protected. All cans are fitted with tear-open lids and can be sealed again with the plastic lids provided. This enables easy and hygienic handling.
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The greatest enemy of dehydrated or freeze-dried foods is moisture and oxygen. Combined, they will lead to oxidation, changing the taste and fragrance of foods. Therefore, for long-term storage, foods must be packaged in solid containers with minimum moisture and oxygen contents.