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Premium Freeze Dried Survival Food for Emergency Preparedness - Valley Food Storage (1, 3, 6, or 12 months)

Premium Freeze Dried Survival Food - Valley Food Storage




Valley Food Storage makes excellent premium freeze dried survival food for emergency preparedness with a 25-year shelf life.  This is bold great tasting high quality nutritious food that is packed in durable, reusable, resealable mylar bags and stored in sealable buckets.  Available in 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month supplies for 1 person.

Why you might need it

Let's face it.  It is always a great idea to make sure you are always prepared for a short term or long term disaster.  Everyone should be prepared by stockpiling a long term supply of food and water if there is ever a major disaster where you do not have access to today's convenience of having a nearby grocery store or restaurants.  Large natural disasters such as hurricanes, earth quakes, epidemics, or even man made disasters such as an EMP (electromagnetic pulse), war, collapse of society, etc, will make the majority of people run out of food in 3 days or less.  Preppers who stockpile food for a Doomsday scenario or Bug-Out situation should consider Valley Food Storage as an emergency survival food to stockpile in bulk before disaster hits.  Whether it is a natural disaster that temporarily leaves you with limited resources, a pre-planned family camping trip, or just purely a matter of convenience, having an ample amount of freeze dried or dehydrated food storage is always a good idea.  Freeze dried is easily the best food for long term storage.  It is also a good idea for preppers to have plenty of canned food in storage, but only enough that you can continually eat / rotate, so that you are not throwing away food.  In a very long term disaster, you could eat your canned foods first and then transition to freeze dried foods while also hunting, fishing, trapping, growing your own food, collecting edible wild plants, etc.  You can sharpen your skills at acquiring your own food while eating your canned and bulk foods.  It is also very important for preppers to store an adequate amount of fresh water and/or have methods for filtering, boiling, and/or distilling your own fresh water supply.  Storing water in 55 gallon water storage barrels, swimming pools, and other containers, along with building your own Rainwater Collection System, and/or using a Mini Water Filtration System will ensure that you have enough drinking water that can also be used for hygiene and re-hydrating food.

What makes Valley Food Storage Bulk Survival Food Special?

Valley Food Storage has based their business on the principle that you don't have to compromise good quality and taste when stocking up on freeze dried food storage. Their foods are made with high quality ingredients, deliciously bold flavors, and are freeze dried to ensure long-lasting viability. Valley Food Storage also does an exceptional job in package their meals in high quality 5mm Mylar bags that are durable, resealable, and reusable!  They also refrain from the use of MSG, and remove harmful ingredients such as hydrogenated oils and syrups, trans fats, and GMOs.  This increases the shelf life of their products and keeps them fresh, delicious, and safe to eat for up to 25 years.  Valley Food Storage Premium Freeze Dried Bulk Emergency Survival Food has the best freeze dried food for bulk storage in our opinion.  


Valley Food Storage Servings

  • 1 Month Servings: This includes 205 servings designed for 1 person for 1 month including Breakfast Apple Cinnamon Pancakes (15 Servings) Apple Oatmeal (10 Servings) Blueberry Muffin-waffle mix (25 Servings) Blueberry Pancakes (15 Servings) Buttermilk Pancakes (15 Servings) Multi-Grain Cereal (20 Servings) Strawberry Cream of Wheat (20 Servings) Strawberry Oatmeal (10 Servings) Lunch/Dinner Baked potato soup (5 Servings) Chicken à la King (5 Servings) Chicken and Rice Pilaf (10 Servings) Chili mac (5 Servings) Enchilada Beans and Rice (5 Servings) Irish Pub cheddar potato soup (5 Servings) Lasagna (5 Servings) Mac and cheese (5 Servings) Mango Habanero Chili (5 Servings) Pasta Primavera (5 Servings) Stroganoff (5 Servings) Sweet and sour asian rice (5 Servings) Teriyaki Chicken (5 Servings) White Bean Chili (5 Servings).
  • 3 Month Servings:  This includes 550 servings designed for 1 person for 3 months including Breakfast Apple Cinnamon Pancakes (15 Servings) Apple Oatmeal (10 Servings) Blueberry Muffin-waffle mix (25 Servings) Blueberry Pancakes (15 Servings) Buttermilk Pancakes (15 Servings) Multi-Grain Cereal (20 Servings) Strawberry Cream of Wheat (20 Servings) Strawberry Oatmeal (10 Servings) Lunch/Dinner Baked potato soup (25 Servings) Chicken and Rice Pilaf (50 Servings) Chicken à la King (40 Servings) Chili mac (25 Servings) Classic Chili (40 Servings) Enchilada Beans and Rice (20 Servings) Irish Pub cheddar potato soup (40 Servings) Lasagna (25 Servings) Mac and cheese (15 Servings) Mango Habanero Chili (25 Servings) Pasta Alfredo (15 Servings) Pasta Primavera (25 Servings) Southern style Chicken Rice (10 Servings) Stroganoff (20 Servings) Sweet and sour asian rice (25 Servings) Teriyaki Chicken (10 Servings) White Bean Chili (10 Servings).
  • 6 Month Servings:  This includes 1105 servings designed for 1 person for 6 months including Breakfast Apple Cinnamon Pancakes (30 Servings) Apple Oatmeal (20 Servings) Blueberry Muffin-waffle mix (50 Servings) Blueberry Pancakes (30 Servings) Buttermilk Pancakes (30 Servings) Multi-Grain Cereal (40 Servings) Strawberry Cream of Wheat (40 Servings) Strawberry Oatmeal (20 Servings) Lunch/Dinner Baked potato soup (50 Servings) Chicken and Rice Pilaf (50 Servings) Chicken à la King (25 Servings) Chili mac (55 Servings) Classic Chili (55 Servings) Enchilada Beans and Rice (55 Servings) Irish Pub cheddar potato soup (55 Servings) Lasagna (50 Servings) Mac and cheese (50 Servings) Mango Habanero Chili (50 Servings) Pasta Alfredo (50 Servings) Pasta Primavera (50 Servings) Southern style Chicken Rice (50 Servings) Stroganoff (50 Servings) Sweet and sour asian rice (50 Servings) Teriyaki Chicken (50 Servings) White Bean Chili (50 Servings)
  • 12 Month Servings: This includes 2320 servings designed for 1 person for 1 year including  Breakfast Apple Cinnamon Pancakes (90 Servings) Apple Oatmeal (50 Servings) Blueberry Muffin-waffle mix (200 Servings) Blueberry Pancakes (150 Servings) Buttermilk Pancakes (150 Servings) Multi-Grain Cereal (200 Servings) Strawberry Cream of Wheat (120 Servings) Strawberry Oatmeal (60 Servings) Lunch/Dinner Baked potato soup (50 Servings) Chicken and Rice Pilaf (50 Servings) Chicken à la King (50 Servings) Chili mac (100 Servings) Classic Chili (50 Servings) Enchilada Beans and Rice (50 Servings) Irish Pub cheddar potato soup (100 Servings) Lasagna (50 Servings) Mac and cheese (100 Servings) Mango Habanero Chili (100 Servings) Pasta Alfredo (100 Servings) Pasta Primavera (100 Servings) Southern style Chicken Rice (100 Servings) Stroganoff (50 Servings) Sweet and sour asian rice (50 Servings) Teriyaki Chicken (100 Servings) White Bean Chili (100 Servings).

Freeze Dried vs. Dehydrated Food

Freeze drying is the process of freezing water out of food and then quickly turning it into a gas—completely bypassing the liquid stage. Most fruit and vegetables are made up of 90% water, making freeze drying the best method to drastically shrink the volume of the food. Once the freeze drying process is completed, the water, (up to 90% of a product like strawberries), is effectively removed thus making the product much lighter but maintaining most of its original shape, color, flavor, and nutrients.  Freeze-drying is also the best process for maximizing shelf life. It only takes 5-10 minutes to rehydrate freeze dried food. You can do it with cold water but boiling water better unlocks the flavor and texture of the food. 

Dehydration is a method used to preserve fruit, vegetables and animal proteins. It is usually accomplished through the use of a food dehydrator. A food dehydrator uses a heat source and air flow to reduce the water content of foods. The water content of food is usually very high, typically 80% to 95% for various fruits and vegetables and 50% to 75% for meats.  Removing moisture from food restrains various bacteria from growing and spoiling food. Further, removing moisture from food dramatically reduces the weight of the food.

The Difference in the Shelf Life:  Freeze Dried Foods have a very long (20-30 years) shelf life because of the lack of water left in the product.  Dehydrated Foods have a shorter (1-8 years) shelf life because there is always some water left in the product.

The Difference in Additives:  Single Ingredient Freeze Dried Foods need no additives since there is no water left in the product.  For example, a can of peaches will have nothing but peaches in the can. When you start combining ingredients (as in freeze dried just add water meals), additives and preservatives are needed.  Dehydrated Foods typically need sugar, salt, or other preservative to maintain the shelf life because there is always some water left in the product.

The Difference in Nutrition:  Freeze Dried Foods retains all nutrients. Freeze dried produce is naturally ripened and then flash frozen within hours so it can actually contain even more nutrients than artificially ripened produce found at the grocery store.  Dehydrated foods can lose up to 50% of the original nutrients because of the heat applied during the dehydration process.

The Difference in Color, Taste, TextureFreeze Dried Foods have a color, taste and texture that are all very similar to the original product when hydrated. Without hydration, product is dry and can easily be crushed to a powder.  Dehydrated Foods typically look and taste different from the fresh product. (Beef Jerky vs Roast Beef or Raisins vs Grapes). They are pliable, stretchy or chewy.

The Difference in Rehydration:  Freeze Dried Foods are very easy to re-hydrate in cold or hot water. When hydrated they are just like the fresh product would be after being frozen and thawed.  Dehydrated Foods are difficult to re-hydrate (try turning a raisin into a grape or Beef Jerky into Roast Beef). For products that can be re-hydrated it must be done with hot water and requires far more water than a freeze dried product. Since the water must be hot, re-hydration requires fuel (which would be precious in a true emergency situation).

The Difference in Cooking and Baking:
Freeze Dried Foods are very easy to use in cooking and baking. Products are precooked and cut so all you do is add water. Little to no change in the end product vs using fresh ingredients.  Some Dehydrated Foods can be used in cooking or baking (oatmeal raisin cookies anyone?), but because of the change in texture caused by dehydration, they don’t work quite the same as the fresh product (no one has ever made an oatmeal grape cookie).

Selected Amazon Feedback

"This is a very tasty freeze dried food. I got this for our camping trip as it is light weight and easy to make...."

"I have purchased long-term storage food from several different companies. Valley food is by far the best with ingredients, customer service, and overall price for what you get. Most of their Products taste better than the others and the ones that don't at least are very close to being number one. I love that their customer service stand behind their product. I will be ordering from this company several more times in the future as my budget provides knowing I'm making a positive investment for my family future."

"My family lives in the California Mountains, and with all the talk of a huge earthquake being in the makes, as well as a super el nino, we decided that we needed to have supplies on hand in case of disaster, so we ordered this to try to see if it would be palatable in an emergency, and we were surprised to find that it's actually quite tasty. We will be ordering more for our stock pile."

"I was very skeptical to try out Food Storage Freeze Dried Survival Food because I always thought of survival food as something you HAVE to eat to stay alive. However, I was completely surprised that this food was actually good. I tried out the Enchilada Beans and Rice and it was simple to prepare and flavorful. When you open up the package you can instantly smell all of the seasonings and spices that were used to make this meal. The scents become even more aromatic while the meal is cooking. This food actually taste like homemade beans and rice. if you are not a good cook, this prepared food will save you time, money, and frustration...."

"Excellent flavor , actually one of the best tasting I've had of long term storage food.  YES IT IS SALTY, I can't deny that but I've found a trick that seems to solve that issue.  I simply add a small packet of long term storage condensed milk with it... seems to do the trick.  Or you might wanna try to add some long term dehydrated potatoes as they also seem to soak up some salt.  For what it is, does, and tastes like I have to give it a good rating compared to some atrocious food I've tasted from other brands."

"My family is the type to try to be prepared for anything and so this is perfect for families like mine. I love that the pack is small enough to fit in a bag to go. I really like it but my husband felt that you shouldn't have to have water if it were a crazy survival situation but I think that's thinking about the worse possible situation. He would oppose to my five stars because of this but I don't think we would come across a situation where we would truly have zero water to make this. I also like how compact it is and that its an actual meal instead of just a small snack where most would think would be possible in an emergency situation."

"I am an army veteran and I was expecting something comparable to an MRE as far as taste and quality. this was actually way better! My only regret is that I ate it all up because it was so good instead of sharing with my husband and daughter to taste..."

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