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Mountain House Freeze Dried Food Pouches for Camping or Emergencies

Mountain House 30166 Rice and Chicken Freeze-Dried – # 10 Can X 6 COUNT – $119.99
About this product Product Identifiers Brand Mountain House MPN 30166 UPC 0041133301664 Model 30166 eBay Product ID (ePID) 21039775318 Product Key Features Type Freeze-Dried

Mountain House Breakfast Skillet | Freeze Dried Gluten-Free #10 Can X 3 COUNT – $119.99
Model: Mountain House Ckn Noodle
Type: Freeze-Dried
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Mountain House Classic Bucket Freeze Dried Backpacking Camping Food 24 Servings – $92.00
About this product Product Identifiers Brand Mountain House MPN 0081635A UPC 0041133816359 Model Just In Case eBay Product ID (ePID) 15037680808 Additional Product Features Type Food Bucket

Stockpiling Mountain House Freeze Dried Pouches

Mountain House freeze dried pouches

A question to the reader, “Are you stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches?” Let’s be honest, there are a number of reasons that can be debated for and against stockpiling Mountain House freeze dried pouches.

One of my main issues with the pouches is the sodium content. When I eat a meal, a few minutes later I can feel the sodium hitting my system. Sometimes the sodium is so bad I feel sick all over.

Some people may say Mountain House freeze dried pouches are too expensive, and they are. There is no denying the freeze dried pouches cost a pretty penny.

Let’s talk about sodium content first. A couple of pouches were picked from my personal stockpile so we could look at the sodium content.

Sodium Content

Mountain House Extends Life of Pouches to 30 Years

Mountain House freeze dried pouches

Mountain House recently extended the life of their pouches to 30 years, instead of 7 years. This is supposed to be retroactive to existing pouches produced before the date change.

How I found about about the date change, I posted a video on youtube called Stockpiling mountain house #10 cans and pouches. Someone posted a comment saying “Your way out of date regarding the life of the pouches.” So I started a thread on the forum – When did mountain house pouches go to 30 years.

When I go hiking or camping, Mountain House is my “go to” food. I love the ease of just boiling water, adding it to the pouch and having a hot meal.

When it comes to stockpiling food for a long term SHTf even of collapse of society, nothing beats a #10 can.

Kevin Felts © 2008 - 2018