|Individualized portions eliminate the messy breaking-up that occurs with other bars Allows for on-land emergency consumption in a high-stress active situation. Contains no cholesterol or tropical oils. Enriched with vitamins and minerals exceeding the RDA requirements. Pleasant lemon flavor which appeals to everyone.|
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I’ve been a fan of the 3600 calorie bricks for years. I just bought the 1200 calorie bar when I realized it’s perfect for my emergency car kit. Still tastes surprisingly good for an emergency food ration.
It will do the job. serves the purpose. Thanks.
Much better then the coconut based survival bars. Nicely packaged.
In stock and shipped quickly..thank you!! As for the product, used for years in emergency supply/BOB. Great packaging/shelf life...used up 10year batch and resupplying now. Not too dry like some emergency bars, definitely sugary, good taste, dense sustained energy -no bloat or cramping. We also use for trail food on tough hikes or long mountain bike rides--on trail or recovery. 400 cal/bar so be careful youre going to burn it. These Mainstay bars used to be more lemony flavored, which we loved on recent purchase, it tastes more like a sweet shortbread but still fine as noted above. Four stars because we miss the lemon flavor..tastes less like survival food.
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