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New 2015 Product SlideLeading Camping and Emergency Meal Maker Mountain House Releases Five New Offerings

Albany, Ore. – January 29, 2015 – Mountain House, the leading maker of backpacking and emergency meals, announced the release of five new meal offerings.

Italian Style Pepper Steak with Rice and Tomatoes, Chicken Fried Rice, and Precooked Scrambled Eggs are all new to the Mountain House line-up. Italian Style Pepper Steak and Precooked Scrambled Eggs are both gluten-free. They also expanded their Pro-Pak® line of compact, vacuum-sealed meals to include their popular Breakfast Skillet and Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon.

“We wanted to continue doing what we do best: make hearty meals that are true to their name and exceed consumer expectations,” says Reiner Bohlen, Marketing Manager for Mountain House. “Consumers asked for Chicken Fried Rice, Italian Pepper Steak, and pre-cooked Scrambled Eggs. We stepped up to the challenge and delivered meals that taste like the real thing because they are the real thing.”

As always, Mountain House uses real meat in their meals. Like all of their more than 70 different food offerings, these new meals feature quick, easy prep, with no clean-up. Simply add hot water, stir and enjoy right out of the pouch

Introducing Mountain House’s New Products:

  • Mountain House Italian Style Pepper Steak with Rice and Tomatoes
    Made with tender cuts of steak, with red, green and yellow bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes and long grain rice. This new item is gluten-free.
  • Mountain House Chicken Fried Rice
    Made with long grain rice and cooked chicken, scrambled eggs, onions, mushrooms, green peas, red peppers and carrots.
  • Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs
    Back by popular demand are Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs. With 16 grams of protein per serving this offering is both vegetarian and gluten-free.
  • Mountain House Breakfast Skillet Pro-Pak
    Mountain House’s breakfast mix of hash browns, scrambled eggs, pork sausage, peppers and onions is now available in their proprietary Pro-Paks. Pro-Paks are vacuum sealed so they’ll take up less space and won’t expand at higher altitudes.
  • Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon Pro-Pak
    The popular Mountain House breakfast is now available in Pro-Pak.

All five new Mountain House meals are available online, and at outdoor and sporting goods retailers nationwide. Learn about Mountain House’s entire family of foods at www.mountainhouse.com. High resolution photos available upon request.

 

About Mountain House

Based in Albany, Ore., Mountain House, has been the first choice of backpackers, hikers, campers and emergency preparedness experts for nearly 50 years. According to the Outdoor Industry Association, they command more than 70 percent of the backpacking meal market. Because Mountain House products are convenient, easy to prepare, delicious and have the longest proven shelf life, they are widely considered the gold standard for long term survival and emergency meals. Born out of meals they have made for the United States Special Forces since the 1960’s, Mountain House has a long tradition of making the most reliable, delicious meals available for people in extreme environments.  For more information and a complete list of products, visit www.mountainhouse.com.

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  3. […] As you know, I have a fantastic relationship with the folks at Mountain House and have had the inside track on some of the changes, including a new packaging design that includes the protein content and servings size on the front of the pouch.  There are also some new products that I will be telling you about next month.  For a heads up you can read the press release here. […]

  4. […] As you know, I have a fantastic relationship with the folks at Mountain House and have had the inside track on some of the changes, including a new packaging design that includes the protein content and servings size on the front of the pouch.  There are also some new products that I will be telling you about next month.  For a heads up you can read the press release here. […]