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52 Serving Prepper Pack Bucket

(6 customer reviews)


Our 52 serving prepper pack bucket is a perfect start for any prepper. Whether you’re affected by a snow storm, hurricane or other weather emergency, it’s wise to be prepared. These great-tasting freeze-dried and dehydrated foods are ready in minutes when you just add water. They also come in stackable buckets with an easy Grab-N-Go handle, so they’re easy to store and transport.



What’s included in this kit?

  • Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini (4 Servings)
  • Savory Stroganoff (4 Servings)
  • Tomato Basil Soup with Pasta (4 Servings)
  • Southwest Beans and Rice (4 Servings)
  • Brown Sugar and Maple Multi-Grain (4 Servings)
  • Apple Cinnamon Cereal (4 Servings)
  • Orange Delight Drink Mix (16 servings)
  • Whey Milk Alternative (12 Servings)


Additional Product Details:

  • Includes 1 total bucket
  • Total calories: 7,560
  • 4 days of food at 1800 calories per day
  • About 52 cups of water required
  • Food is safely sealed in Metallyte™ pouches
  • To avoid waste, each pouch conveniently contains 4 servings
  • Grab-and-go handles for easy transport in an emergency
  • 25 year shelf life

6 reviews for 52 Serving Prepper Pack Bucket

  1. Kayden (verified owner)

    These taste really good but our expensive! If these were priced around five dollars apiece I would probably buy more of them but they are so expensive I probably never will buy another one.
    They are easy to use and the Ziploc bags that they come in are of high-quality. It is easy to forget to take the Moisture absorbing storage device out of these things before you put water in it so always be mindful of that. Sometimes you have to dig around for it a little bit.

  2. Jackson (verified owner)

    Arrived as shown, sealed in a handy pail for car camping. The individually packaged meals contained are quick, easy to prepare by adding hot water, stir, let set, stir and eat. Tastes better than I expected; it is actually tasty! You can identify all of the ingredients too! I had the blueberry & oats for breakfast and the beef stroganoff for dinner. In the time it took the neighbor couple to pitch their tent, I could have had five meals including set up, eating and clean up. (Outdoors entertainment. 😆) Toss the package in trash when done, rinse utensil and get to the trails or kick it! I can see where these meals could come in handy during emergencies or power outages if you have a propane stove or grill to heat water. Or just have some meals on hand for when on the run. This would make an excellent meal for hairdressers as you can eat while going to bathroom! 🤣 I will definitely order these items again. 👍🏻👍🏻

  3. Alan (verified owner)

    This product is great!
    The entire bucket is very light and easy to carry. It’s difficult to open the first couple times because of how stiff the plastic is, but it gets easier.
    The bags themselves are sturdy and resealable, and are light on calories, so even if you don’t have someone to split the food with or any way to store it, it’s not too much to eat by yourself.
    The colors of the foods are vibrant and the smell is very good even before adding water.
    The flavor is very good for all of the dishes, and if you want to add more spices, they take on flavor easily.
    I would recommend adding hot water to the granola and blueberries unstead of cold; it makes the granola softer and more like oatmeal

  4. Matthew (verified owner)

    With all the negative comment about the Mountain House freeze-dried foods I just had to put my two cents worth in. I have used Mountain House Foods camping and through hikes of the Appalachian Trail on not two but three different occasions. And I find them very satisfying, the flavor all of them are very good maybe a little unique, but all in all I found them very satisfying. The pouches keep the food at a good warmth so when you have the opportunity to eat them, say 20-30 minutes after you add the boiling water, there’s still a good amount of warmth left to the food. Another thing, just like any dehydrated foods, the longer it “sets”, the better the thickness of the broth, sauce will be. These are very nutritious and they’re not full of crap, also known as frankenfood. Between Mountain House, food4patriots, Valley Forge Foods, and a few others, I feel that I have became a very good critic to these food companies. Mountain House happens to be one of the best that I’ve tried, their prices could be a little lower but you get what you pay for. As for serving sizes all you have to do is look at the back of the pouch. H pouch consists of two to two-and-a-half servings which range anywhere from 350 to 550 calories per serving with enough protein and carbohydrates to keep you going. This is survival food people, dehydrated food, it is food designed to be eaten in a crisis or when it is inconvenient to cook quote” regular” meals. As for a STAAR writing all-in-all I’ll give Mountain House a 5-star rating

  5. Leo (verified owner)

    They are good but I would have liked them in one pail, kind of misleading, 12 meals cut in 2 is their 24 meals, not fair for one man off grid!

  6. Owen (verified owner)

    These meals are great quality for the price, with a good shelf life. Highly recommend for hiking, camping, etc..

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