Got my two week supply of emergency food. Added up the numbers and found two things: 1. Somewhat lacking in overall nutrition. 2. You will still eventually starve to death unless you at least double the portions.Based on government standards of nutritional requirements for an average adult male, over a two week period the food will yeild totals of 82% sodium, 42% protein, 74% vitimin A, 15% vitimin C, 39% iron, 28% calcium, 37% fiber, 28% vitimin D, 4% riboflavin...and only 1,064 calaries per day.
Bottom line - over the long term, you cannot rely on their serving sizes for an extended period but they are good for a short term crash diet. In the event of a major food shortage you will only prolong the inevitable unless you double down and suppliment the choices with additional forms of nutrition. The catch22 here (and the beauty of emergency preparedness business models) is if the economy collapses and the world falls into chaos, there will be no one left to sue and you will probably die anyway. 68,76,50,0,B