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MRE Crackers Individual Sealed Packets by Ameriqual Case of 120 Servings 2 Large Crackers Per Serving

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MRE soda style crackers packaged in military packaging, each package contains two crackers and the case contains 120 packages. Spread any of the condiments on these to make a meal. 
Total number of Reviews: 5

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5.0 5
"What can I say? These are Ameriqual MRE soda style crackers. Very fresh. Date code is 2107, indicating they are 107th day of 2012 manufacture. Very fresh in my book."
2.0 5
"Thought it would be a great idea to have emergency crackers, since bread could be hard to come by in a long term crisis. I received the order in a timely manner. However, I discovered that many of the cracker packets were crushed. Basically crumbs and will be useless. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement."
5.0 5
"Maybe I am weird but I love these things. Hope you never run out. I throw these in my lunch pail all the time. Really good deal too."
5.0 5
"That don't go rancid like civilian ones (a nasty surprise when you're sick and digging into your reserves). Very basic crackers, 180 calories total, closest to saltines but not dry, thin nor coated with extra salt. They go well with pretty much everything.I've bought 5-6 of these boxes in 2-3 shipments, and found that some on the bottom were cracked a bit like TK described, but were OK; I sampled the tops of all boxes and have finished 1 or 2 complete boxes. I suspect he had bad luck in shipping, which CTD can't do much about. Lots of people have good luck, I'd say they're worth a try, especially since in bulk like this they're 30% cheaper than my normal source of MRE foods which has competitive prices."
5.0 5
"These are absolutely the best crackers for anything from camping, to use with lunch/dinner when out of bread, or survival. Shelf life is extreme. I am currently eating ones purchased 3 years ago and they are just as good as day 1. Sodium content is not as high as Saltines which is great because you can take salt if needed to reatain water but it isn't forced on you with the crackers. They do contain some palm oil, but that's where the shelf life comes into play, and the palm oil content is small. Mine arrived all unbroken. I guess it depends on your UPS guy/girl."