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Storable Foods in Cans

Dehydrated fruit & vegetables, baking ingredients, milk, meat substitute, grains and legumes in #10 cans make starting or expanding a food storage program far easier in limited space. Buying a wider variety in smaller quantities can make using your food storage more interesting.

Get greater variety in your food storage with different fruits, vegetables and desserts in #10 cans. For many, storage space is a premium, making #10 cans the ideal way to store food for emergency situations. Nine cases (54 cans) fit nicely under a queen size bed. Even in an apartment, a healthy, well balanced long term food storage is achievable. Baking ingredients such as butter powder, baking powder, baking soda, salt, milk, eggs and cocoa are certainly more convenient in the #10 can as opposed to buckets. And to combat appetite fatigue, it’s wise to have small amounts of a variety of foods rather than a large amount of only one food item.All of our food has been professionally packed, oxygen absorbers have been added to provide an oxygen free environment for maximum shelf life. When properly stored, these foods can last for 25+ years, making them ideal for long term food storage or survival food.

Maintain the Freshness After Opening the Can. Once a can is open, the contents can be divided into smaller air-tight containers. Keep one in the kitchen cupboard and the rest in a cool, dark place for later use. Once the food is ‘repackaged’ and stored properly, it should maintain it’s nutritional properties another 2 – 3 years.

Our products are packaged in a plant that handles milk, wheat, eggs, soy, and tree nut products. 

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