Lindon Farms™ 90 – 7 days, 1 person
- 90 Full Servings
- 9 different meals to choose from
- 2,000 calories a day for 1 week for 1 person
- 3.7 Gal Rugged & Stackable, easy-to-store container
- $1.20 per serving
Lindon Farms™ is the new way to do food storage. With the finest quality ingredients blended in the most delicious recipes on the market, we've done all the work for you – you just add water and serve! This 90 serving emergency food storage container has 9 different just-add-water gourmet meals that are perfect for long term storage, regular meals or to throw in your backpack. And with a full 2000 calories/day for 7 days, this can be your stand alone food storage solution. Our goal is to make food storage easy, so every home can be prepared for a disaster, economic difficulty or even a spontaneous weekend camping trip! With Lindon Farms, you're just one step away from checking emergency food storage off your list.
Each meal is conveniently packaged in a 5-10 serving, zipseal, metalized pouch with an oxygen absorber to ensure an oxygen free environment. This allows you to enjoy a SHELF-LIFE of up to 20 years when stored properly in a cool, dry place. These buckets are designed to provide 2,000 calories a day when you select 6 or more servings of your favorite meals each day. Lindon Farms™ recipes have been award-winning family favorites in the retail market for over 20 years. From delicious, creamy soups like Hearty Potato and Cheddar Broccoli to organic freeze-dried fruit, everyone can find a favorite meal.
Oatmeal; Polenta(Corn Grits); Eggs; Chicken Flavored Vegetable Stew; Beef Flavored Vegetable Stew; Hearty Potato Soup; Western Chili; Cheddar Broccoli Soup;
Red Beans and Rice
Lindon Farms™ uses a combination of freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients. In some cases freeze-dried is ideal, and for other items dehydration is most appropriate. For example, a freeze-dried strawberry is convenient since rehydration is unnecessary and it can be consumed easily in cereal or as a snack. Another example would be freeze-dried lasagna with meat where it is frozen, dried and packaged for easy re-hydration. In soups and other mixes where the ingredients will be reydrated in warm or boiling water, dehydrated ingredients are best. When space is a concern dehydrated ingredients can take up less than a 1/3 of the space that freeze-dried ingredients do.