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MSRP $22.99 $19.95 Save $3.04

When it comes to dessert, it doesn't get any more classic than our Emergency Essentials Apple Crisp. Okay... maybe apple pie. This can gives you the flavor you're looking for, without the peeling and slicing needed to make a regular pie or crisp. You'll love the sweet crunch of this apple crisp, whether you're looking for some comfort in a crisis or a quick dessert for unexpected company.

Product specifications listed above may differ slightly from those on actual product label due to occasional changes in raw ingredient suppliers. Please refer to printed product label for final specifications.

The quality and taste of most products will last up to 20 or 30 years, however, shelf life varies based on storage conditions and ingredients. Products such as eggs, banana chips, creamy soups, and bread mixes have a higher fat content which limits shelf life to 5 or 10 years. For best results store in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Extreme temperatures will deteriorate quality and shelf life.

Shelf Life & Servings
Approx. Weight 2 lbs. 6 oz. (1.03 kg)
Food Type Fruits
Shelf Life Up to 25 years*
Total Servings 27
Other Information
Brand Emergency Essentials®
Container Type Large Can (#10)
Contents Emergency Essentials® Apple Crisp Large Can
Meal Types Sides
Process Type Dehydrated
Quantity of Cans 1+
Total Calories 4050
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