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New MOD Rations have come a very long way recently..... took a 10 man ration pack to The Landrover Party at Les Combes, ended up feeding some of the team when we were wild camping and still brought some home....
Beyond the beaten track are my current favourite, but basecampfood.com stock a good range of manufacturers.
Quite pricey they are - what is the shelf life though?
If they are "years" as opposed to months - maybe viable stillD3 07 SE - still going strong
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28th Sep 2017 8:33 am
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Expiry of 2 years for the beaten track ones, if you go for the dehydrated options from the likes of Adventure Food, then mine are dated 26/01/2020 and purchased Jan/Feb 17.
The benefit of the dehydrated options vs the wet meals (other than the obvious weight/space issue) is that they don't rely on the contents being acidic to preserve them - most of the wet meals are tomato based and high acid levels, which means they all taste similar and you need to keep the Rennies handy. With the dehydrated option then you have much more variety of tastes. You do lose something in texture though, as most turn a little mushy.
Best advice is buy a few diff manufacturers and try at home to find a company/method you like!2007 Discovery 3 HSE
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