Emergency Essentials® SuperPail™ Instant Nonfat Dry Milk - 26 lbs
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- Total Calories: 42,880
- Total Protein: 4,288 grams
- Total Servings: 536
- Approx. Water Needed to Rehydrate: 33.4 gallons
- Shelf Life: Up to 20 years*
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As one of the best sources of calcium for the body, it's no wonder milk is one of the most trusted sources of that nutrient for people of all ages, especially children. Which is why having milk in your emergency food storage is so important.
Milk is a great way to not only deliver loads of calcium to your family, but it also comes with the benefits of stronger bones and teeth, not to mention it being another wonderful way to hydrate oneself after a long day of work (or play).
Some dehydrated milk has a chalky, unpleasant taste. Not ours. The difference comes in the way the milk is prepared. Instead of cooking the milk to remove the moisture - which causes the burnt, chalky taste - our milk is sprayed into a powder to allow moisture to escape, making it easy to mix and delicious to drink.
Milk is an essential part of your daily routine. After all, what would breakfast be like without a cold glass of milk next to your bowl of cereal? Milk is also an important ingredient in cooking, including sauces, soups, cake, and other foods.
With a shelf life of 20 years, this 100% milk powers up your emergency food storage while at the same time strengthening you and your family.
|Shelf Life||Up to 20 years*|
|Approx. Water Needed to Rehydrate Food||33.4 gallons|
|Approx. Net Weight||26 lbs (11.8 kg)|
|Approx. Shipping Weight||31 lbs (14.1 kg)|
|Shipping Dimensions||12.81" x 12.81" x 18.19"|
|Specifications and Shelf Life||
Product specifications listed above may differ slightly from those on actual product labels due to occasional changes in raw-ingredient suppliers. Please refer to printed product labels for final specifications.
*Shelf life up to 20 years when unopened. Best when stored in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.