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About Freeze-Dried, Dehydrated, & Emergency Food

With freeze-dried food, you can stock up on survival food the smart way for an emergency pantry that will last longer and taste better. Stop loading your cart at the grocery store with little cans of beans and other emergency food supplies that expire in a year. Our wide variety of survival food can be purchased in 72-hour to one-year increments or just by the can. Freeze-dried food stores compactly and lasts up to 25 years on the shelf. With our large selection of emergency food supplies, you can easily fill your emergency pantry, shelter, bug-out bag, and more. Now you and your loved ones can stay prepared for natural disasters or anything the world may throw your way. Our collection of freeze-dried and dehydrated emergency foods includes all your favourite meals, from scrambled eggs for breakfast to shepherd's pie for dinner. Select from breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack foods in a variety of sizes. Freeze-dried and dehydrated food maintains its taste and nutritional value over time, ensuring that you and your loved ones will always have access to delicious and nutritious meals in the event of an emergency. With longer shelf life, compactness, and great taste, our emergency food supplies are a reliable and convenient way to ensure that you and your loved ones will be prepared for whatever the future may hold.


Freeze-dried food is a food preservation method where water is extracted from food items while maintaining their nutritional value, flavour, and texture. By eliminating water microorganisms can no longer grow, reducing spoilage and significantly increasing shelf life. Freeze-dried food is lightweight and shelf stable; making it a favourite among outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, and campers as well as emergency preppers.
Freeze-dried foods can last up to 25 years or more when stored properly. Unlike traditional food storage methods, freeze-drying foods create a significantly extended shelf life. During the freeze-drying process, most of the moisture is removed from the foods which helps prevent bacteria growth and food spoilage. The long shelf life of freeze-dried foods makes them ideal for emergency food supplies and filling an emergency pantry.
Dehydrated food, much like freeze-dried food, has an extended shelf life compared to fresh or canned foods. When stored properly dehydrated foods can last anywhere from six months to 25 years depending on various factors like brand, type of food, and storage conditions. To maximize the shelf life of your dehydrated food, it should be stored in a cool, dry, and dark place.
Yes! During the freeze-drying process, most of the water is removed leaving all the nutrients in tack. With all of the food's natural nutrients still contained you can prepare healthy snacks with freeze-dried fruits and vegetables. Create lightweight freeze-dried snacks with confidence knowing all of their original nutrients are inside.
Freeze-dried and dehydrated food should be stored in a cool, dark, and dry location. Proper storage is vital to maintaining the shelf life and quality of both dehydrated and freeze-dried foods. Freeze-dried and dehydrated foods should be kept in airtight containers out of direct sunlight and high-humidity areas with an ideal storage temperature of 21°C or below.