This case of 12 vegetarian MRE come from International Meals Supply. They are another of the major suppliers of MRE's to the US and international governments.
MRE Full Meal Cases WITHOUT Heaters
MRE STAR is a certified supplier of emergency rations for the DoD/DLA, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia. These MREs are manufactured in the USA and their plants are USDA/FSIS and FDA approved.
These meals don't have the traditional side dish you expect. For the side dish, you will find dried fruit (Mango, Banana, Papaya, Pineapple). They also do not have crackers or spread that the Sure-Pak 12 cases have.
Several of these entrees are not found in any other case or by any other manufacturer! How cool is that?
Each case contains 12 complete meals.
This is a special Vegetarian MREs case!
8 oz Entree (3 varieties, 4 of each in every case, total 12 MRE kits per case)
MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) means that all the contents are fully cooked and can be eaten hot or cold. Each MRE has an average of 1,000-1,300 calories, which replicates the calorie count of a complete meal. There is no need to add water to an MRE. Simply open the pouch and enjoy! MREs are perfect for any outdoor use and/or emergency situation. Their aluminum thermo stabilized pouches provide a long shelf stable without refrigeration. Many private entities, law enforcement, hospitals, fire departments, FEMA, Red Cross and government agencies storage depend on MREs as a part of their emergency plan for food supplies.
Because we are an innovative company, we want to give the best cuisine in a military style pouch, that's why we are always developing new recipes in order to have a variety of restaurant and home style entrees.
International Meals Supply is an American Company which boasts more than 30 years of experience in the food industry. Our staff is highly recognized in the retort food industry and is extremely knowledgeable in the area of food shelf life. All of our MREs (meals ready to eat) are manufactured in the United States of America and our plants are USDA/FSIS, as well as FDA approved(FDA #33816). We manufactured our meals under strict quality control using HACCP regulations which ensures quality control that meet the highest standards in the food industry.
We are a senior and trusted supplier to many private organizations around the world. In the U.S., we are proud to be a certified supplier of emergency rations for the DoD/DLA, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia.
International Meals Supply utilizes fully automated equipment for cooking, mixing, filling, sealing and the retort of food pouches, which guarantee the best quality control.
With three decades of experience, we have the expertise to develop virtually any recipe, from any ethnicity. Additionally, our strict adherence to USDA regulations in the formulation process enables us to expedite the approval process of each of our recipesï¿½resulting in faster approval by the USDA/FSIS.
We pledge to use only top quality ingredients, which guarantee that our products will always have the very best quality and flavor. Most importantly, we will always remain keenly conscious that our meals are going to be consumed by individuals like us. Whether they are away from home, enjoying an outdoor adventure, or are unfortunately in the midst of an emergency, we are committed to providing them with the best meals possible.
At International Meals Supply, we have the capacity to manufacture high volumes of meals on a daily basis, we are equipped to operate 24/7 in an emergency situation, and have the logistics resources to air-drop meals in any part of the world, in a short period of time. In addition, we have the logistics to issue the necessary export documentations when required by the foreign countries.
MRE produced for the military are not permitted to be sold commercially to the general public. But ever since Y2K and natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina, there has a been a strong demand for an "Meal, Ready to Eat" type of product that civilians can purchase. Pre-and post-Y2K, two companies, Sopakco and Wornick, produced a civilian MRE. Sopakco had the Sure-Pak and M-Packed MREs while Wornick offered the Mil-Spec MREs. Around 2001, Wornick dropped out of the civilian MRE business and Sopakco dropped the M-Packed line - leaving the "Sure-Pak 12" as the only civilian MRE available. There were other "wanna-be" civilians MREs out there but those were mostly MREs put together out of spare/old MRE parts and pieces.
Fortunately, around 2005, the civilian MRE market picked back up and more companies began producing legitimate, branded civilian MREs. All three of the major manufacturers of MREs for the military (Ameriqual, Sopakco, Wornick) now produce their own civilian MRE, too. Additionally, International Meals Supply, a certified supplier of emergency rations for the Department of Defense, has joined the civilian MRE race with their new "MREStar" product.
Besides the civilian MREs mentioned above, you might see some other MREs out there that I'll refer to as "fake", "homemade", or "wanna-be" civilian MREs. These MREs are put together in small batches by people or companies who buy up a few cases of MRE entrees and sides and other miscellaneous parts. They brand these MREs as "Meals, Ready to Eat" or "Field Rations" or something similar. But don't be fooled by these MREs, they will often sell for prices similar to the more legitimate civilian MREs but won't contain anywhere near the quantity or quality of product inside.
For more detailed info and images of these MREs as well as our taste tests, click here.
PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to ship this item to Hawaii or Puerto Rico. Food cannot be shipped outside the USA.