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  1. Survival Cave Food Can

    Survival Cave - Canned Turkey - 14.5 oz

    $12.99

    Long term food individual can. 14.5 ounces can having 5 helpings Does your present canned food storage system incorporate adequate long term meals? Will you be missing the necessary proteins like a canned Turkey could supply? This canned Chicken is just what you'll need when in emergencies. Learn More
  2. Survival Cave Food Can

    Survival Cave - Canned Chicken - 14.5 oz

    $12.99

    Long term food individual can. 14.5 ounces can having 5 helpings Does your present canned food storage system incorporate adequate long term meals? Will you be missing the necessary proteins like a canned pork could supply? This canned Chicken is just what you'll need when in emergencies. Learn More
  3. ave Food Canned Beef

    Survival Cave Food Canned Beef 14.5 oz.

    $12.99

    Long term food individual can. 14.5 ounces can having 5 helpings Does your present canned food storage system incorporate adequate long term meals? Will you be missing the necessary proteins like a canned pork could supply? This canned beef is just what you'll need when in emergencies. Learn More
  4. Survival Cave Food Canned Pork can

    Survival Cave - Canned Pork - 14.5 oz

    $12.99

    Canned Pork Long term food individual can. 14.5 ounces can having 5 helpings Does your present canned food storage system incorporate adequate long term meals? Will you be missing the necessary proteins like a canned pork could supply? This canned pork is just what you'll need when in emergencies. Learn More
  5. Survival Cave - Canned Beef - 28 oz

    Survival Cave - Canned Beef - 28 oz

    $17.50

     

    Canned food storage - beef

     

    Long term food single can of  beef. 28 ounce can with 9 servings


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  6. Survival Cave - Chicken 28oz Can

    Survival Cave - Chicken 28oz Can

    $15.99

    You will get one 28 ounce can of Chicken

     This delicious Chicken has 28 ounces in each and every can, no water or broth added, simply the natural juices of the meat.

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What Is Canning?

Before North Americans figured out how to freeze dry foods for long-term storage, there was canning. This was first used in the United States in 1812,  Survival Cave Foods - survival food emergency canned food for food storage is available from specific manufacturers like Survival Cave Foods.


Shelf Life & Storage

Survival Cave Foods Canned Meats have a manufacturer-listed shelf life of up to 15 years!  You will find a printed expiration date on each can allowing you to keep tabs on your emergency food supply, rotating the older foods to the front for more immediate use and replacing them with newer cans to keep you supply levels constant. Survival Cave Foods - canned meats  prefer the same storage conditions as all other preserved foods. Heat and moisture are the enemies of canned food and promote oxidation or rusting of the can, which can compromise the food stored within. While they do take up a significant amount of space and are not known for their portability, they are extremely resilient and generally go unharmed by rough handling. They are also impervious to varmint like mice and rats who may infiltrate foods stored in plastic bins or pouches.


Nutritional Value

 Survival Cave Foods canned meats generally provide more calories than their freeze-dried or dehydrated counterparts because they have higher fat contents and fats have more calories per ounce than most other survival foods they maintain most of their nutritional value. The amounts of other vitamins are only slightly decreased in as compared to fresh foods.

 
Pre-Cooked Canned Meat is Easy To Prepare

 One of the big advantages of Survival Cave Foods canned meat over other types of emergency food storage foods is the ease of preparation. Most canned foods are already cooked and can be eaten as is directly from the can requiring no preparation at all. They are also generally canned with plenty of liquid, meaning you don’t need a clean water source to prepare these foods. If you are able to heat your canned food, you can plan to do so right in the can, no need for cooking or serving vessels in a pinch.