Innotech Products, Ltd.Innovative Technologies  Creating Innovative        Products
Innotech Products, Ltd.• Developed the Flameless Ration Heater (FRH) in  1990 for the U.S. Military’s Meals-Ready-to-Eat  ...
Innotech Products, Ltd.• Designed Cafe2Go, The Self-Heating Beverage Kit,  in cooperation with the U.S. Army Natick Soldie...
Flameless Ration Heater         (FRH)• A FRH heats food safely and quickly through an  exothermic reaction, without electr...
Flameless Ration Heater           (FRH)• Since 1990, Innotech Products has made over  2 Billion Flameless Ration Heaters f...
H• In 1994, we created HeaterMeals, The Self-Heating Meal, by combining our military heating technology with home-style en...
H• HeaterMeals Entrees feature a 2 Year Shelf Life.• 6 lunch and dinner varieties, and one breakfast  choice, and all come...
H• In 2000 we developed  HeaterMeals Plus, TheSelf-  Heating Meal, Plus all The Fixings, with guidance  from JCCoE at Fort...
H• A Complete Meal Kit with brand name snacks  such as:   •   Musselman’s Apple Sauce;   •   King Nut Fancy Raisins;   •  ...
H• 12 ounce entrees that are 50% larger than MREs.• HeaterMeals Plus entrees offer 40% to 60%  less sodium than MREs, with...
H• HeaterMeals Plus has up to a 1 Year Shelf Life.• HeaterMeals Plus are Ideal for:   •   Field Training Exercises;   •   ...
H• At the request of the American Red Cross, we introduced HeaterMeals 3, The Self-Heating Meal, in 2006.• The meal kit in...
H• The meal kit has a 12 ounce entrée that are 50%  larger than other shelf-stable emergency meals.• 38 % Less Sodium and ...
H• HeaterMeals 3 has up to a 3 Year Shelf Life.• 6 lunch and dinner varieties, and all come with a  serving tray.• HeaterM...
H• In answer to the need for a long shelf-life storage  option, we created HeaterMeals EX, The Self-  Heating Meal, Design...
H• HeaterMeals EX was created with up to a 5 year  shelf life when stored properly.• Safety-Sealed in High-Barrier, 4-Laye...
H• HeaterMeals EX are Ideal for:   •   Business Continuity Planning;   •   Employee & Family Disaster Supplies;   •   Shel...
C• In 2009, HeaterMeals introduced Cafe2Go, The Self-  Heating Beverage Kit.• Cafe2Go includes everything you need (cups, ...
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C• Cafe2Go Self-Heating  Beverage Kits are Ideal for:   •   Field Training Exercises;   •   Extended Scene times;   •   Di...
Shelf-Stable Meals• The food in a HeaterMeals entree is fully cooked,  safety-sealed, and then heated a second time under ...
Shelf-Stable Meals• The result is a shelf-stable Ready-to-eat meal  which retains its natural moisture, texture and  taste...
Vendor Managed Inventory• We can assemble and store for the customer large  quantities of HeaterMeals, Self-Heating Meals,...
Vendor Managed Inventory• The meals are available 24/7, for immediate  shipment for emergency or non-emergency uses,  and ...
Vendor Managed Inventory• On a 24/7, 365 days-per-year basis, we can ship  any number of meals from the customer inventory...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 1997         • Ohio River Valley Flood of March 1997• 1998         • Catego...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 2001         • Tropical Storm Allison         • September 11, 2001 World Tr...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 2003         • Effects of Hurricane Isabel in Virginia• 2004         • May ...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 2004         • Hurricane Jeanne• 2005         • The Indiana Ice Storm of 20...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 2007         • Hurricane Humberto         • Hurricane/Tropical Storm Dolly•...
HeaterMeals Emergency     Response Background• 2008         • Snow Storm of December 2008, dumped up to           2 ft. of...
HeaterMeals vs. MREs         HeaterMeals                          MREsDesigned for diets of typical     Designed as a comb...
HeaterMeals vs. MREs• Compared to MREs, HeaterMeals contain:   • 40% to 60% less sodium;   • Less fat;   • Less Cholestero...
HeaterMeals vs. MREs           HeaterMeals 3 Meals Kits Compared to MREsAverage for 6         HM3        %        aPack   ...
Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The originator of Self-Heating Technology; Over  1.5 Billion FRHs made.• The Self-Heating Meal use...
Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The supplier with “Zero Deficiency” Quality System  Plan Audit from DSCP/DLA.• The supplier with a...
Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The Self-Heating Meal that is attractively  packaged, and nutritionally formulated, for all  peopl...
Why HeaterMealsWe are 24 Hours away from 79% of the U.S. Population!
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HeaterMeals Self-Heating Meals are the #1 shelf-stable, self-heating emergency meal in taste and nutrition, with storage options up to 5 years, based on the production date.

Cafe2Go is the world’s first self-heating beverage kit, serving 18 cups of your favorite hot beverage: coffee, tea or hot cocoa. It features name-brand beverages from NESCAFE, NESTEA and NESTLE. Cafe2Go is also available in a Soup Kit, with 18 servings of LIPTON CUP-A-SOUP.

Our self-heating entrees and meal kits are formulated for a wide range of diets and ages. Our food, when compared to other emergency meals, contains no Trans Fats, fewer Calories, lower levels of Sodium and Carbohydrates and more Protein and Fiber. HeaterMeals is the Healthy Choice!

Long shelf-life, healthy nutrition, and great taste all make HeaterMeals the ideal choice for your emergency feeding solution.

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Innotech Products & HeaterMeals

  1. 1. Innotech Products, Ltd.Innovative Technologies Creating Innovative Products
  2. 2. Innotech Products, Ltd.• Developed the Flameless Ration Heater (FRH) in 1990 for the U.S. Military’s Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MRE) program.• Created HeaterMeals, The Self-Heating Meal, in 1994, HeaterMeals Plus in 2000, HeaterMeals 3 in 2006 and HeaterMeals EX in 2008.
  3. 3. Innotech Products, Ltd.• Designed Cafe2Go, The Self-Heating Beverage Kit, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center (NSSC) in 2009.• In 2009, HeaterMeals ranked 59th in the list of Top 100 Food Suppliers to the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP).
  4. 4. Flameless Ration Heater (FRH)• A FRH heats food safely and quickly through an exothermic reaction, without electricity or open flame.• Raises temperature of an 8 oz. food pouch at least 100 degrees Fahrenheit. • An FRH consists of food-grade magnesium, iron and sodium composition. • An FRH is biodegradable and non-toxic. • Heaters can be disposed as ordinary household trash.
  5. 5. Flameless Ration Heater (FRH)• Since 1990, Innotech Products has made over 2 Billion Flameless Ration Heaters for the U.S. Military.
  6. 6. H• In 1994, we created HeaterMeals, The Self-Heating Meal, by combining our military heating technology with home-style entrees designed for typical adults.• 12 ounce entrees that are 50% larger than MREs.• HeaterMeals Entrées offer 40% to 60% less sodium content than other shelf-stable emergency meals, with no Trans Fats.
  7. 7. H• HeaterMeals Entrees feature a 2 Year Shelf Life.• 6 lunch and dinner varieties, and one breakfast choice, and all come with a serving tray.• HeaterMeals Entrees are Ideal for: • Truck Stops; • Sporting Goods; • Grocery; • Amazon.com.
  8. 8. H• In 2000 we developed  HeaterMeals Plus, TheSelf- Heating Meal, Plus all The Fixings, with guidance from JCCoE at Fort Lee, VA.• Designed to feed U. S. Military Units on Training Exercises, and for Replacement Food Service.
  9. 9. H• A Complete Meal Kit with brand name snacks such as: • Musselman’s Apple Sauce; • King Nut Fancy Raisins; • King Nut Sweet ‘N Salty Nut Mix; • Summer Harvest Cookies; • Breadsticks; • 11.5 oz. Juice Bowl Beverage.
  10. 10. H• 12 ounce entrees that are 50% larger than MREs.• HeaterMeals Plus entrees offer 40% to 60% less sodium than MREs, with no Trans Fats.• 8 lunch and dinner varieties, and 3 breakfast choices, and all come with a serving tray.
  11. 11. H• HeaterMeals Plus has up to a 1 Year Shelf Life.• HeaterMeals Plus are Ideal for: • Field Training Exercises; • Law Enforcement; • Fire Departments; • Construction; • Utility Crews.
  12. 12. H• At the request of the American Red Cross, we introduced HeaterMeals 3, The Self-Heating Meal, in 2006.• The meal kit includes a brand name snacks and a beverage mix: • King Nut Healthy Fruit Mix; • Squeezer’s Chocolate Peanut Butter; • M & M’s Chocolate Peanut Candies; • Iced Tea or Tropical Punch Beverage Base.
  13. 13. H• The meal kit has a 12 ounce entrée that are 50% larger than other shelf-stable emergency meals.• 38 % Less Sodium and less Cholesterol than MRE Ration Kits, and no Trans Fats.• 54% of the total calories are from the entrée and the healthy fruit snack, versus only 30% for other commercial emergency meals.
  14. 14. H• HeaterMeals 3 has up to a 3 Year Shelf Life.• 6 lunch and dinner varieties, and all come with a serving tray.• HeaterMeals 3 are Ideal for: • Shelter in Place Feeding; • Disaster Preparedness; • Business Continuity Planning; • Food Reserves; • Hospitals & Nursing Homes EM Plans.
  15. 15. H• In answer to the need for a long shelf-life storage option, we created HeaterMeals EX, The Self- Heating Meal, Designed for EXtended Storage.• The tasty 12 ounce Self-Heating Entrée is 50% larger than other shelf-stable emergency meals.• 40% to 60% less sodium compared with other shelf-stable emergency meals, with no TransFats.
  16. 16. H• HeaterMeals EX was created with up to a 5 year shelf life when stored properly.• Safety-Sealed in High-Barrier, 4-Layer Pouch, using technology that is similar to home canning.• 6 lunch and dinner varieties; all come with a serving tray.  
  17. 17. H• HeaterMeals EX are Ideal for: • Business Continuity Planning; • Employee & Family Disaster Supplies; • Shelter-in-place Feeding; • Pandemic Flu Preparedness; • Hospitals & Nursing Homes EM Plans; • Emergency Preparedness. 
  18. 18. C• In 2009, HeaterMeals introduced Cafe2Go, The Self- Heating Beverage Kit.• Cafe2Go includes everything you need (cups, stirrers, sweeteners, and creamers) to serve 18 cups of your favorite hot beverage.• Available in 3 kit varieties: • The All Coffee Pack; • The Variety Pack: 12 Coffees, 3 Teas & 3 Hot Cocoas; • The Hot Cocoa Kit.
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  21. 21. C• Cafe2Go Self-Heating Beverage Kits are Ideal for: • Field Training Exercises; • Extended Scene times; • Disaster Strike Teams; • Storm Restoration; • Tactical Operations; • Search & Rescue Operations; • Remote Construction Projects; • Emergency Call-ups.
  22. 22. Shelf-Stable Meals• The food in a HeaterMeals entree is fully cooked, safety-sealed, and then heated a second time under pressure to assure a safe, easy-to-store meal.• The process is similar to canning, except the food in HeaterMeals is cooked, packed, heated and served in a more modern package.
  23. 23. Shelf-Stable Meals• The result is a shelf-stable Ready-to-eat meal which retains its natural moisture, texture and taste, without the need for refrigeration. HeaterMeals Product Packaging Shelf LifeHeaterMeals Plus Tray 1 YearHeaterMeals Entrees Tray 2 YearHeaterMeals 3 Pouch 3 YearsHeaterMeals EX Pouch 5 Years
  24. 24. Vendor Managed Inventory• We can assemble and store for the customer large quantities of HeaterMeals, Self-Heating Meals, and Meal Kits in our Cincinnati warehouse.
  25. 25. Vendor Managed Inventory• The meals are available 24/7, for immediate shipment for emergency or non-emergency uses, and release for shipment as specified by the customer.• Immediate availability of meals for Emergency Preparedness Disaster Relief or Business continuity COOP Plans.• Our Cincinnati, Ohio warehouse is centrally located in the United States to make deliveries to Maine, Florida or Texas within 24 hours.
  26. 26. Vendor Managed Inventory• On a 24/7, 365 days-per-year basis, we can ship any number of meals from the customer inventory to designated delivery points, and provide expedited "team-driver“ truckload delivery.• Climate-controlled, indoor warehouse storage.• You maintain control of your inventory without the challenges of storing it at your site.
  27. 27. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 1997 • Ohio River Valley Flood of March 1997• 1998 • Category 4 Hurricane Georges • Category 5 Hurricane Mitch• 1999 • Cincinnati Tornado of April 1999 • Category 4 Hurricane Floyd• 2000 • Little Rock, AR Midwest Ice Storm
  28. 28. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 2001 • Tropical Storm Allison • September 11, 2001 World Trade Center and Pentagon attack• 2002 • Tropical Storm Lili • Super-typhoon Pongsona hits Guam • Veterans Day Weekend Tornadoes• 2003 • The Space Shuttle Columbia Tragedy • Colorado Winter Snow Storm – 87.5 inches • May 2003 Tornado Outbreak Sequence
  29. 29. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 2003 • Effects of Hurricane Isabel in Virginia• 2004 • May 4 Tornado Series in Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee • Memorial Day Weekend Tornadoes • Tropical Storm Bonnie • Category 4 Hurricane Charley • Tropical Storm Gaston • Category 4 Hurricane Frances • Category 3 Hurricane Ivan
  30. 30. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 2004 • Hurricane Jeanne• 2005 • The Indiana Ice Storm of 2005 • Category 3 Hurricane Dennis • Category 5 Hurricane Katrina • Category 3 Hurricane Rita • Category 5 Hurricane Wilma • Extended Power Outages After Hurricane Wilma• 2006 • Severe Thunderstorms in the Midwest
  31. 31. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 2007 • Hurricane Humberto • Hurricane/Tropical Storm Dolly• 2008 • Category 2 Hurricane Gustav • Category 2 Hurricane Ike • Hurricane Ike remnants, with wind gusts up to 90 mph, created regional power outages throughout Kentucky and Ohio
  32. 32. HeaterMeals Emergency Response Background• 2008 • Snow Storm of December 2008, dumped up to 2 ft. of snow throughout the Central Atlantic States• 2009 • January 2009 Ice Storm• 2010 • Haitian Earthquake Relief• HeaterMeals has shipped almost 30 Million meals for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief needs.
  33. 33. HeaterMeals vs. MREs HeaterMeals MREsDesigned for diets of typical Designed as a combat ration foradults, lower levels of fat and young soldiers on the go whosodium and no Trans Fats. need more calories, and higher levels of fat, and salt.Retail packaging for appetite Generic, military-styleappeal, not generic. packaging, with no appeal.12 ounce entrees. 8 ounce entrees.
  34. 34. HeaterMeals vs. MREs• Compared to MREs, HeaterMeals contain: • 40% to 60% less sodium; • Less fat; • Less Cholesterol; • No Trans Fats; • Higher protein; • Higher fiber; • Comes with a Serving Tray.
  35. 35. HeaterMeals vs. MREs HeaterMeals 3 Meals Kits Compared to MREsAverage for 6 HM3 % aPack %Dinners: Daily* DailyCalories 1063g 53% 1213g 61%Trans Fat 0 n/a 6g n/aTotal Fat 33g 51% 47g 72%Cholesterol 43g 14% 57g 19%Sodium 794g 33% 1288g 54%Total Carbs 162g 54% 169g 56%Dietary Fiber 11g 44% 9g 36%Protein 33g 51% 31g 48%
  36. 36. Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The originator of Self-Heating Technology; Over 1.5 Billion FRHs made.• The Self-Heating Meal used by ARC chapters and Emergency Agencies; Over 30 Million Emergency Meals Served.• The supplier with 100% ARC Inventory Audit compliance (January 2009) and 100% Complete and On-Time Delivery Record for over a decade.
  37. 37. Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The supplier with “Zero Deficiency” Quality System Plan Audit from DSCP/DLA.• The supplier with a Vendor Managed Inventory Program that provides 24/7/365 service and 24 hour delivery access to coastal delivery points.
  38. 38. Why HeaterMealsWe are:• The Self-Heating Meal that is attractively packaged, and nutritionally formulated, for all people of all ages and dietary needs.• The Mass-Care Feeding Partner that works closely with ARC Headquarters and our local Cincinnati Chapter to maximize Public Relations activity and fundraising efforts.
  39. 39. Why HeaterMealsWe are 24 Hours away from 79% of the U.S. Population!

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