Experts say that there are three core elements to a proper long-term food supply: emergency food, water and light.
The QSS™ Plus Certified 48-Hour Food and Water Kit gives you the very best of each, all placed in a multi-purpose backpack that you can grab and take with you in an instant.
This Kit gives you food that’s not only delicious, but chock full of nutrients you need to thrive in an emergency situation. That’s because it’s QSS Plus certified, with 2,200 calories and 91 grams of protein per person, per day—well surpassing FDA standards.
Next to food, the most important resource in an emergency is water. This 48-hour Food and Water Kit provides 69 ounces of 50-year shelf life, ultra-purified water that comes in a rust proof, temperature-resistant, BPA-free aluminum can.
Disaster survivors will tell you: darkness can be all-encompassing and incredibly dangerous in emergency conditions, both physically and emotionally. This kit provides a reliable light source—the solar powered Hybrid LightTM Puc Expandable Lantern—that will last for over two days (50 hours) on a single charge and doubles as a cell phone charger.
QSS Plus Seal of Quality: The Gold Standard in Emergency Food Calories and Protein
Most emergency foods sold today don’t contain enough of the core nutrients needed to keep you and your family energized and focused in a survival situation.
That’s why we’ve created the first Quality Survival Standards™ (QSS™) including the QSS and QSS Plus certifications. Foods certified with the QSS Plus seal are guaranteed to provide a minimum of 2,200 calories and 50 grams of protein per person per day. This is critical in emergencies, when higher-than-usual stress means your body demands more protein and calories to stay energized.
When your life depends on your food, insist on the QSS seal of quality.
|High-Protein Chocolate Meal Shakes (3)||3 individually packaged meals; 480 calories and 29 grams of protein each; prep in pouch; up to 20-year shelf life.|
|High-Protein Vanilla Meal Shakes (3)||3 individually packaged meals; 480 calories and 28 grams of protein each; prep in pouch; up to 20-year shelf life.|
|Banana Chips||8 servings; 1,520 calories total; up to 10-year shelf life.|
|Ultra-Purified Emergency Water (8 cans)||50-year shelf life; 11.5 ounces per can; one can hydrates one vanilla or chocolate meal shake (add 1 can of water to pouch, reseal, and shake until dissolved).|
|Medium Backpack||Medium-sized, multi-purpose backpack; one large compartment and one medium front pocket; extra pouch attached; earphone port; mesh pouch; padded straps and back panel for extra comfort.|
|5-in-1 Survival Whistle||Whistle; signal mirror; waterproof match box; flint; compass.|
|Hybrid LightTM Puc Expandable Lantern||Doubles as a flashlight/lantern and phone charger; holds one charge for 50 hours; continues to hold charges for seven years; AC/DC and solar charging options; charges outdoors and indoors; water resistant and resistant to sinking.|
|Calories:||2,200 per day|
|Protein:||91g per day|
|Servings:||7 per day|
|Kit Weight:||8 lbs 5.6oz (3.8kg) (Excludes shipping container)|
|Shelf Life – Food:||Up to 20 years*|
|Shelf Life – Water:||Up to 50 years*|
*Water stays fresh for up to 50 years and food stays fresh for 10 to 25 years (based on food type) when stored in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. First Aid Kit shelf life varies; please refer to “Best By” date on container for details. Individual storage conditions may effect kit’s actual shelf life.