Bridgford's other offerings

Reviews of Civilian MREs (Sure-Pak, aPack, etc.) as well as other civilian ready-to-eat food
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Bridgford's other offerings

Post by fdsman » Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:34 am

http://www.bridgford.com/foodservice/index.asp

Found this interesting, apparently besides the sandwich found in FSRs, they also make a whole slew of 1 year shelf stable products that are actually recognizable food.

This for example: Image

Throw that in a vaccum sealed bag with a bag of chips, drink powered base, condiments, MRE heater and you're good to go!
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Re: Bridgford's other offerings

Post by SierraTangoDelta » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:45 pm

Very awesome. Any idea if they can be purchased individually or, do they come with the tray-meals (As shown with the Ready-to-eat meals under the tab)?
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Re: Bridgford's other offerings

Post by MCIera » Fri Dec 14, 2012 1:59 pm

fdsman wrote:http://www.bridgford.com/foodservice/index.asp

Found this interesting, apparently besides the sandwich found in FSRs, they also make a whole slew of 1 year shelf stable products that are actually recognizable food.


Throw that in a vaccum sealed bag with a bag of chips, drink powered base, condiments, MRE heater and you're good to go!

I think you'll find that the hotlink that you had posted along with a number of the other products on that foodservice page are actually refrigerated/frozen sandwiches with a shelf life of about a month, rather than a shelf-stable item.

As for availability, I don't know if they have them in retail packages, but people in urban areas should be able to find these from vendors that cater to the foodservice and convenience store industry. Many of these places are open to the public but are usually cash & carry. Additionally, you'll find frozen/refrigerated sandwich products at the Costco Business Centers (but not always at regular Costco stores.)

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