What Does a MRE Contain

What Does a MRE Contain

Meals ready to eat were made for soldiers initially to avoid dangers of malnutrition in soldiers and provide them with high-energy food sources as well as lasting long. They were designed for 24 or 72 hours with a balanced diet, but different meals in one pack eaten either mixed or separately. Meals ready to eat are also great to use in short term situations such as natural disasters, campers, hunters, rescue workers, and for mountain climbers. For people who follow their religious dietary rules, Kosher MRE meals are also available, meeting customers needs.

Meal Measurements

The increase in number of campers, mountain climbers, rescue workers and unanticipated situations have gained popularity for ready to eat meals. It is important to adhere to prepare kosher XMRE meals to show the respect for the religions and to gain customer satisfaction. These meals can be stored for a long time with their long shelf life, also preserving its taste and nutrition values. Ready to eat meals cannot be necessarily be only traditional food recipes, but can also be made for other styles such as pizza on customized orders.  In general, the nutritional requirements for an individual militant who maintains a strict Kosher guidelines will be a minimum of 1200 calories, that consists of 13% of protein, 48% of carbohydrates and 35% of essential fats. For every case, there will be various menus meeting nutritious and caloric values. Every meal’s shelf life will be for more than five years depending on the storage temperature and maintenance conditions from the date of packed.

Ready To Eat Meal Kit

Each meal consists of a full accessory kit possibly with a main course or entree, a side dish, a dessert and a snack, crackers or bread, condiments such as, cheese, salt, pepper,sugar, seasonal sauces, jelly, peanut butter, butter, beverage or a powdered beverage mix such as coffee or tea powder, fruit flavored drinks, dairy shake or a sport drink, utensil’s such as a spoon, fork and knife, towelette or a napkin. All the items are fortified with nutrients recommended to take in a day. the military made some changes to the menus over the time, in an effort to make MRE’s pleasant tasting as well as to match the tastes of present food trends. MRE’s can also be distributed to general public during natural disasters, where there will is no availability of fuel, food, water and other resources to cook and eat.