Granola with Raspberries (Survivor Foods Range)Expedition Foods
- 25-year shelf life
- 13 servings per tin
- 256 calories per serving
- Fully cooked, nutritious meals
- Fully recyclable packaging
- Made in Great Britain
- Emergency supplies
- Food for long-term storage
- Adventure food for large groups
One of our most popular breakfast meals, Granola with Raspberries, mixes toasted oat clusters, milk powder and freeze-dried raspberries to combine for the perfect breakfast.
Granola with Raspberries (Survivor Foods Range), 13 Servings
Each tin is perfect for ensuring you survive and thrive in any emergency by having a steady supply of wholesome, nutritious food stored and available. Whether it's a freak storm or natural disaster (earthquake, hurricane, tsunami), a power cut or lost at sea, have peace of mind knowing you are prepared for anything.
Survivor Foods tins are designed to be light-weight and easy to store, with a 25-year shelf life. As freeze-dried meals, the preparation is simple: either portion out or use the whole tin. Add water and wait for the ingredients to rehydrate, giving you a delicious, nutritious meal for up to 13 people in just a few minutes.
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INGREDIENTS: Toasted Oat Clusters (73%), (Oats, Sugar, Rapeseed Oil, Honey), Whole Milk Powder, Freeze-Dried Raspberries (4%).
ALLERGEN INFORMATION: Milk, Oats
To prepare a single serving:
1. Mix can contents.
2. Put 60g / 2.11 oz of food from the can into a solid container.
3. Boil 70ml / 2.4 fl oz of water.
4. Stir in the water to the food until mixed thoroughly.
5. Cover and let the food stand for 5-8 minutes.
6. Stir, season to taste and serve.
To prepare entire tin:
1. Remove the 3 oxygen absorbers from the tin.
2. Cover the contents of the tin with boiling water.
3. Stir in the water to the food until mixed thoroughly.
4. Replace the lid and let the food stand for 5-8 minutes.
5. Stir, season to taste and serve.
The oxygen absorbers in the can are safe, non toxic materials; they ensure product freshness. Please discard and do not eat.
Store properly to ensure maximum shelf life. Store the product in a cool area, avoid long-term storage above 22ºC, and be careful not to puncture the tin. Under these conditions, the food will maintain its shelf life for product quality, flavour and nutritional value. Once open, contents should be used immediately. However, product resealed using the plastic lid has been found to be acceptable up to one week after opening. This package is sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may have occurred due to shipping, handling or variations in the product density.
SHELF LIFE: Up to 25 years
REMARK: Requires a tin / can opener.