When you’re gluten intolerant, it’s hard enough finding normal food, let alone freeze dried food made especially for the great outdoors. Thankfully Back Country have got you covered with their No Worries Ration Pack. Back Country have managed to get their freeze-drying process down to an art, so you can eat meals that are flavoursome, preservative free and provide the perfect amount of energy for vigorous outdoor activities.
With a monster amount of options inside – you won’t need to bring any other food. Back Country have also got you covered for your bevvies so you can enjoy a tea or coffee break mid-hike if it tickles your fancy.
This kit will provide you with enough energy for an action-packed day of adventure – no matter what you’re doing. All you have to do is reconstitute the food with cold or hot water, wait 10 minutes, and you’ve got a ready-to-eat meal!
The No Worries Ration Pack pack contains individual single serves of:
Cocoa Balls and Fruit Salad
Sweet and Sour Lamb
Honey Soy Chicken
Soy Chocolate Drink
In Use Dimensions:
25L x 19W x 10H cm
25L x 19W x 10H cm
Staff tip:Unfortunately, due to safety reasons, we're unable to accept returns on food for a change of mind. You will, however, still be covered by the full manufacturer's warranty.
Hot water1 answer
Does the sweet and sour lamb need hot water? I’ll be in an area where I can’t get hot water. Would I be able to use cold water
Helena - Essendon(3 years ago)
Thanks for getting in touch, all of the Back Country Cuisine needs hot water and steam to effectively re-hydrate. You might be able to get it to semi-rehydrate using cold water but it won't be quite as effective.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Does the pack contain pig products?1 answer
I cant eat pig so does it contain any pig products including pork gelatine?
Aydin - Melbourne(4 years ago)
The Back Country Cuisine No Worries Emergency Ration Pack would appear to have no pig or gelatine products in it. I've checked the ingredient list (available in the second image), and the only thing that I thought might pose a problem is glazing agent 903, which from a double check online is listed as Carnauba Wax which I believe is palm leaf wax.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
what is the best before date1 answer
what is the best before date
Elaine KUHN - Kallaroo - Perth(6 years ago)
The current stock that we have of the Back Country Cuisine products have a varying best beforeÂ date of 2018 - so depending on the batch you should have at least 2 years, if you store these products away from heat and light.Â