- With its long shelf life, canned meat is ideal for cabins and camping trips
- 28 oz cans of meat
- Cans 2 lb each
- Beef, salt.
|Nutritional Facts |
|Serving Size 3 oz. (85g) |
Servings Per Container About 9
|Amount Per Serving |
|Calories 110 ||Calories from |
| ||% Daily Value* |
|Total Fat 5g ||8% |
| Saturated Fat 3.5g ||18% |
| Trans Fat 0g || |
|Cholesterol 4.5mg ||15% |
|Sodium 180mg ||8% |
|Total Carbohydrate 0g ||0% |
| Dietary Fiber 0g ||0% |
| Sugars 0g || |
|Protein 17g || |
|Vitamin A 0% ||Vitamin C 0% |
|Calcium 0% ||Iron 20% |
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs |
| ||Calories ||2,000 ||2,500 |
|Total Fat ||Less Than ||65g ||80g |
| Saturated Fat ||Less Than ||20g ||25g |
|Cholesterol ||Less Than ||300mg ||300mg |
|Sodium ||Less Than ||2,400mg ||2,400mg |
|Total Carbohydrate || ||300g ||375g |
| Dietary Fiber || ||25g ||30g |
Important Product Information: The shelf life of meat and broth is 5 years from the date on the can.
The manufacture date is the top line on the bottom of the can:
-The first alpha character denotes the type of meat: B=beef, C=chicken, T=turkey, P=pork.
- The first numeral after the alpha denotes the last number of production year: 9 = 2009, 0=2010, etc.
- The remaining digits are the day of the year according to the Julian calendar: Day 1 = January 1st, Day 365 = December 31st.
IMPORTANT PRODUCT INFORMATION: Per the vendor, the meat used in this product is considered all natural and minimally processed. It is unknown if the animals were grass-fed or free-roaming. The vendor cannot ensure that this meat is antibiotic-free or hormone-free, but the USDA requires testing of all meat to make sure it does not contain harmful levels of chemicals including antibiotics when butchered.