Meal Kit Supply MREs have appeared in national magazines, on TV, in podcasts, and in several Hollywood movies. Our MREs were in the movies Blindness (2008), Godzilla (2014), and San Andreas (2015) – how cool is that? We were approached by each producer after they researched all the MREs out there. Our MREs have also appeared on the SyFy television series, Helix.Scroll to the bottom to download our press kit, photos, and logos. For all media and press inquiries please contact Madison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OFFGRID Magazine (offgridweb.com) featured Meal Kit Supply MREs in their premier issue as essential to your bug out bag.
The article, “Brown Baggin’ It,” advises readers to “stay away from the [MREs] offered by questionable sources on eBay,” and to keep in mind that “in any SHTF scenario, your primary goal is to survive and thrive, and MREs should be an important part of your plan.” Check out OFFGRID page excerpts here!
The ProMed Network featured Meal Kit Supply MREs as a product innovator hit in their EMS World Expo podcast. While at the expo, we gave the guys some of our MREs for lunch. The result?
“These aren’t your father’s MRE’s (Meals Ready to Eat), folks. Check out the video because these things are delicious.”
Well, what are you waiting for? Watch the video below to get an expert review of Meal Kit Supply MREs.
When it comes to backpacking, you want lightweight food that requires minimal preparation and tastes great.
Meals, Ready to Eat (MREs) Pros: Comparatively light weight (no accessories required / high calorie count), pre-cooked, ultra durable, water resistant, wide range of menus Cons: Small amount of water required for to heat meal, if desired.
Freeze Dried Pros: Inexpensive Cons: Stove, stove fuel, and water required (extra weight); limited in variety and taste
Due to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey we are out of stock but are currently taking preorders for shipments with an expected delivery date in November.