#10 cans

Discussion in 'General Food and Foraging Discussion' started by HardenedPrepper, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. HardenedPrepper

    HardenedPrepper BetterSafeThanSorry

    I am in need of more #10 cans of food, freezed dried, all the stores I go to don't seem to sell them. Does anybody have any suggestions for online places.
    I believe about 5 years ago tried Walton Feed for some things any better places?
  2. BadgeBunny

    BadgeBunny Well-Known Member

    I haven't seen any here in my area but I have seen posts on other boards that Costco, Sam's Club and Wal-Mart are selling some freeze-dried stuff at certain locations. You might "google" and see what you can find out there.

    Sorry I can't be more help.

  3. mdprepper

    mdprepper I sold my soul to The_Blob. He had candy...

    I have only found them on-line at those places, not in store. If you have a restaurant supply store in your area they may have #10 cans of fruits, veggies in water/juice pack, but not dehydrated (at least in my area that is all they have). I have heard good things about Honeyville grains, you can google them. Hopefully someone with more knowledge then I have will be along to give you more information.
  4. BadgeBunny

    BadgeBunny Well-Known Member

    Yep. That's us here too ... just water/juice packed. Costco has a lot of freeze-dried stuff listed on their website but I haven't been to one to see if it is in the stores.

    I have noticed that the Sams Clubs in our area are carrying a bigger variety of certain items in bulk but nothing bulk freeze-dried.

    Seems to me that the more "mainstream" prepping becomes the more likely we will find this kind of stuff in stores. And I am amazed at how much more mainstream being prepared has become in the last few months.
  5. ComputerGuy

    ComputerGuy Retired Air Force

    Usually you can contact a local LDS. They do canning and usually have a canner too.
  6. vn6869

    vn6869 Afraid, very afraid

    I for one am very happy with Emergency Essentials, very helpful, honest folks. :D
    Have also used Nitro Pack earlier : Nitro-Pak: The World Leader in Innovative & Affordable Preparedness Gear :)

    Also the Honeyville Grain, but limited experience with them. :dunno:

    As for the LDS, they are very good for grains and such, but for milk, TVP, veggies, etc. they are limited.