HeaterMeals vs MREs

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HeaterMeals and MREs are both shelf-stable, self-heating emergency food items. But where an MRE was designed for combat soldiers with needed high levels of Carbohydrates, Fat and Sodium, HeaterMeals was formulated for civilian diets. Therefore, our meals have no Trans Fats, and lower levels of Carbohydrates, Fat and Sodium, with more Protein and Fiber. HeaterMeals is the emergency food choice that has healthy nutrition.

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HeaterMeals vs MREs

  1. 1. HeaterMeals vs. MREs
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. 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%

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