The Survival Tabs are the ultimate companion in the event of an emergency. Dating back to the early Space Program in the 1960’s, this emergency food ration provides the best possible nutrition in the smallest possible volume. Not only are the tabs extremely nutritious, they are also melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
Simply by taking 12 tabs per day, the Survival Tabs provide enough calories and nutrients to help someone survive for weeks or even months at a time. Each tab is packed full of concentrated nutrition, and is completely digestible. With most foods, anywhere from 30%-60% of the calories consumed leave the body unused. The Survival Tabs, however, allow 99% of the calories consumed to be utilized for energy. In addition, 97% of the protein content from the tabs is available for repair or replacement of essential body tissues. The Survival Tabs supply 100% of the U.S. RDA of 15 essential vitamins and minerals, ensuring the consumer receives all the nutrients needed in order to survive when limited or no other food sources are available.
So how do we pack all these nutrients into such a small tablets? First, the tabs have been compressed with thousands of pounds of pressure using specialized tablet presses. This pressure eliminates and prevents any oxygen and moisture from destroying the tabs. Then we ensure the product is properly packaged to retain freshness by using heavy-duty, opaque bottles with specially design screw-type lids. The lids are then sealed with a tamper resistant tape. This effective packaging enables the Survival Tabs to have a shelf life of 25 years. This extended shelf life makes the Survival Tabs the perfect addition to any emergency kit.
The Survival Tabs are a convenient and compact, lifesaving food ration that is easy to store at home or bring on adventures. No matter where disaster hits, the Survival Tabs can supply the sustenance needed to survive until help and rescue arrive. It’s no wonder that rescue squads and adventurers around the world keep the Survival Tabs on hand in case of emergencies.