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In August 2016, the German government’s recommendation that everyone should stock up on food and drinking water for 10 days caused a stir. It makes sense to have food in the house for emergencies. Natural disasters are increasing in number and magnitude. Cyber attacks on utilities such as waterworks cannot be ruled out and are becoming more and more likely. Various events can occur that can also lead to prolonged shortages of food and drinking water in an otherwise oversupplied country such as the Federal Republic of Germany. Emergency food should be long-life, high in nutrients, ready-to-eat, compactly packaged and contain drinking water.

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Besides the nutrient content, shelf life is the most important criterion when selecting an emergency meal. Fresh foods such as fruit, vegetables or meat are not suitable as emergency food. Frozen foods are also less suitable. If the power supply fails, the food can no longer be cooled and in an emergency the shelf life cannot be extended by cooking. Preserves with a shelf life of up to 5 years are more suitable. More practical are especially emergency rations, as they are also used for example by the Bundeswehr. With a shelf life of up to 20 years, you don’t have to worry that the emergency food might spoil.

The emergency catering NRG-5 from MSI is durable up to 10 years. 1 box contains 24 packs of 500 g each and a nutritional value of 2,300 kcal. The emergency food consists of a balanced mixture of wheat, vegetable fat, vegetable protein, sugar, vitamins and minerals

The nutrient content of an emergency meal is the most important point in the selection process. This is first and foremost the energy content. That means the number of calories per serving or day. At least 2,000 kcal per day should be expected for an adult. However, a higher calorie content is better, especially when physical work has to be done. Most of the energy-giving carbohydrates used in emergency rations come from cereals. It should also contain vegetable and/or animal protein, fat, minerals and vitamins. Vitamins and minerals are important for a properly functioning metabolism and cannot be formed by the body from other food components itself.

NRG-M is an emergency catering in bar form. One package contains 4 bars with a total weight of 250 g. The nutritional value of a pack corresponds to 1,150 kcal. The emergency rations contain 60.2% carbohydrates, 14.5% protein and 17.3% fat as well as vitamins and minerals.

The emergency food should always be packed as compactly as possible and prepared ready to eat. If there is no cooking place available in an emergency, food cannot be cooked. In addition, cooked food has a much longer shelf life. The emergency food should be packed as small as possible so that it does not occupy a large storage space in the larder or cellar and can be easily transported if necessary. Optima durable are food products welded into multilayer plastic or aluminium foils and vacuum-packed. The packaging is air- and watertight

Without water, no human survives longer than 4 to 5 days. Drinking water and suitable water filters are therefore an essential part of emergency catering. Bottled water is edible for up to 2 years. A regular check of the water supply and an exchange for fresh water are recommended. In addition, a water filter, with which rainwater, for example, can be filtered and treated to drinking water quality, can make an important contribution to emergency catering in an emergency.
Emergency catering is a sensible investment for natural disasters and as a precaution against bottlenecks in the supply of food and drinking water caused by other events. The most important criteria for selection are nutrient content and shelf life. Emergency rations should be reviewed regularly and replaced with new rations as appropriate.

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