Military-issue Freeze-Dried Yogurt

Item # WX2-231203

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Military-issue Freeze-Dried Food... perfect for long hiking trips, camping, or an emergency survival kit!

Sustenance in the wilderness... when you need to pack light and keep bellies full, these Mil.-issue Freeze-Dried rations do the trick nicely! Just add water!

  • 10-year shelf life
  • Comes in a foil pouch for easy packing / storage.

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