Freeze dried food for your 72 hour Go-Pak
This is the best choice for 72 hour packs I could find in NZ.
Get them here at cost price. They are two-serves.
Ten two-serves per family box (20 meals). Give one of these as a gift to each member of your family for their Go-Paks.
Just add hot water. Its also a way of raising money for the Humanitarian Relief Fund. All items below are about these food-paks.
How to use these New Zealand Ration Paks
See this video filmed on location in New Zealand demonstrating how simple it is for kiwi kids to cook these food packs.
What you get
When you order a family Ten-Pak, this is what you will get. The food is delicious and new. Lasts for years.
See where your money will go. You get your product at cost and learn how everything else goes to the Humanitarian Relief Fund. Cost details are here.
Place an order for your Family-Pack of 72 Hour meals. Pay later and order your preferred selection of meals here.
Fulfilling humanitarian need
I’d been looking for way to help the needy through the HRF (Humanitarian Relief Fund). Then I found this. It’s a great way to give.
It means you get your ration packs at cost price and give tax-free to the Humanitarian Relief Fund. I like that about it.
All 100% of your donation goes to the Humanitarian Relief Fund of Latter-day Saint Charities. No tax is charged by IRD on your $20 donation. My service is non-profit.
References & photo credits
1. Photo of woman eating 72 hour kit food by Julius Hibbert; www.flickr.com/photos/hibbert/1292240566/ 4 Nov 2011.