20-Pk. of Vanilla Millennium Bars

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20-Pk . of Vanilla-flavored Millennium Energy Bars... stock your bug out bag or emergency kit for LESS!

These tasty Bars are high calorie and boast a 2-year shelf life... they're ones you'll want in your bug out bag. Put them in your car, take them along in your hunting or camping bag, stock them at home... they're a vital part of any preparedness plan.

Plus, they taste great! You get a 20-Pk. of these 400-calorie, low-sodium energy bars.

Stock up and be prepared for anything. Order ONLINE Today!

!!! Limited Quantities !!!


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    Haven't ate one yet, but saving them for when TSHTF. Won't care then, will just be hungry.
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