Third Party Study Finds Shocking Levels of Packaging Permeability in Many Well-Known Survival Food Brands Albany, Ore. – April 2, 2015 – Yet another study casts doubt on shelf life claims made by major survival food brands. Hot on the heels of the most comprehensive oxygen study in the industry, this new study – also conducted by Fres-co System USA, Inc. – compares Water Vapor Transfer Rates (WVTR) of various brands of outdoor and survival food sold in pouches, which are often bundled into bucket kits. The Water Vapor Transfer Rate of the packaging material is a critical factor in … Continue reading
Third party study finds wide range of oxygen levels in popular brands Albany, Ore. – February 16, 2015 – Mountain House, the best-selling brand of camping, backpacking, and emergency preparedness meals, released results today of a recent study designed to inform consumers how popular brands of emergency meals manage oxygen levels, a critical element in long term emergency food. This information is increasingly important as consumers continue to move from tried-and-true #10 cans to flexible pouches. The study, conducted by Fres-co System USA, Inc., tested the oxygen levels found in Mountain House pouches as well as those of six other … Continue reading
What is Freeze Dried Food? As our more than 99,000 Facebook fans will attest, freeze dried food has the ability to taste better, last longer and be lighter than food preserved by other means. However, many people don’t know how freeze drying works. Read on and you’ll find out how we do it at Mountain House!