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Trek'n Eat

Trek'n Eat Survivor Drinking Water 5x100ml (2019)

ID: 875289
£8.98 / 1 l
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Product Description

Water is the source of all life. A sufficient daily supply of drinking water is a basic requirement for the human organism. It is possible to go without food for two weeks or more, but without sufficient water, humans cannot survive for more than 3 or at most 4 days. The MSI Drinking Water Emergency Rations comply with the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) requirements for drinking water emergency rations on life rafts and life boats and have a minimum shelf life of 5 years. The MSI Drinking Water Emergency Rations are packed in extremely robust sachets of 100ml (ration size). Due to their handy packaging, the drinking water emergency rations are particularly suited on the go, when travelling, in the car, when engaging in outdoor activities and as emergency stockpiling. They can be stored at temperatures ranging from -50 to +70 degrees. Repeated thawing and freezing does not affect the sensory properties and
the drinking water quality.

There are 5 x 100 ml per person per day provided. Never drink sea water – not even mixed with fresh water. Ingredients: freshwater, chlorine

Type: food & ingredients
Category: whole foods
Preparation: ready for consumption
Shelf: 60 Months
Package Contents (quantity): 5 x 100 ml
Package content: 500 ml  
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