When a disaster strikes, you need all of the energy and strength you can get to survive. Protein and carbohydrates fuels your energy levels and provides you with the strength that you need to navigate through even the most harrowing conditions. But where do you get your protein and carbohydrates from when you can’t make it to the grocery store to get protein-rich foods?
According to preparedness experts, beans and rice are absolute staple food items that should be in every disaster relief kit. Why? – Because beans are packed with protein and rice is an excellent source of carbohydrates. With Our Beans Trio Rice Kit, you can be sure that you will have access to the power and energy you need, no matter what type of situation you’re in.
About the Kit
The Beans Trio Rice Kit was specifically created to provide you with the energy and strength you need during a crisis situation. This kit features three different varieties of protein-rich beans, southwest rice, and long grain white rice; the perfect meals, side dishes, or snacks that will keep you fueled up so you can power through even the most harrowing situations.
All items featured in the Kit are made in the USA and exceed nutritional and safety standards. The beans and rice are cooked, and then a low-heat dehydration process is used to seal in the nutritional content, as well as the flavor. After they’re prepped, the food items are then sealed into individual, high-grade Mylar pouches, which further locks in their freshness and preserves them for up to 30 years prior to being opened.
If you really want to ensure your survival in a disaster situation, you need to make sure that you have access to the most wholesome, nutritionally rich foods. With the Beans Trio Rice Kit, you’ll have the energy you need to not only survive, but thrive in any type of situation.
8 servings of black beans
8 servings of pinto beans
8 servings of red beans
60 servings of long grain white rice
16 servings of southwest rice
Preparing the beans and rice is easy; simply add in water, cook, and in as little as 15 minutes, you’ll have a nutritionally rich side dish, meal, or snack.