The XMRE 1300XT provides 1,200-1,500 calories of US military grade, ready to eat meal components. All components are field tested and fully cooked so they can be eaten right out of the pouch. The 1300XT is always freshly packed with complete nutritional information printed on the back of each bag. The XMRE 1300XT is designed as a military MRE that can also meet the needs of the civilian market.
Each XMRE 1300XT contains: Entree, 3-4 side components, beverage, accessory kit and a flameless ration heater (FRH). All components are packed in high-density water and tamper proof XMRE XT Series outer bag and embossed with a lot number (pack date) on each bag and case. Full menu details and nutritional information for all food items printed on the back of each XMRE XT Series bag.
Entree: Variety of beef, chicken, turkey, pork, tuna, pizza or vegetarian options
Bread Item: Crackers, Breads, or tortillas
Spread: Peanut butter, cheese spread, fruit jellies, fruit jams
Snack: Nut raisin mix, dry fruit mix, corn nuggets, seeds, chickpeas, dried fruit
Side: Wet packed fruit, side dishes, or bars
Dessert: Puddings, pound cakes, brownies, dessert cookies
Beverage: Single or assorted fruit flavored drink mixes
Beverage Bag: Hot beverage bag
Accessory Kit Includes: Single serve instant coffee, heavy-duty military spoon, brown napkin, salt, pepper, non-dairy cream, sugar, and moist towelette.
- U.S. military grade components
- Fully cooked meals, no water required to reconstitute food
- No refrigeration required
- Lightweight, durable and waterproof packaging
- 3 yr Guaranteed Shelf Life*
- Full meal nutritional information printed on each bag
- Lot number (pack date) embossed on bag and printed on case
*XMRE meals offer a guaranteed shelf life of 3 years at 80°F (27°C), or for 6 months at 100°F (38°C), from date of XMRE assembly/pack date printed on or embossed in all bags and cases. Some components from time to time may have production dates prior to pack or assembly dates. Shelf life of XMRE product follows the same standards as set forth by the U.S Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center's study and evaluation of the military’s Meals Ready to Eat (MRE), which employs identical type of packaging and production technologies as XMRE Meals.