Saturday, July 2, 2016

Bridgford Ready to Eat Sandwiches Review

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Bridgford Ready to Eat Sandwiches are made in the USA and do not require water or any heating.  They don't need refrigeration.  And, they last for a long time... 5 years.  

They are used by various military forces around the world and are popular in both the camping and emergency survival categories.  Because of all of this, you might assume that they must not taste good, but they actually do taste good!

They sampled them here at and decided to bring on the line. They have seen people that go camping love the product and people have bought them for their emergency supplies they store in their garage.

This is one of those things in life that you MUST try for yourself. I have to admit, I was prepared to hold my nose and take a bite before I even opened up the package. In the past I have tried several MRE's from when my husband was in the military and they were for the most part....horrible.  I was expecting about the same from this Ready to Eat Sandwich.  I was completely wrong and pleasantly surprised at how great this sandwich is.  First of all the bread is fabulous, it is moist and flaky and totally surrounds the filling inside.  When I seen the name of this sandwich, I was not at all excited but AGAIN I was totally caught off guard after the first bite and the filling was very good. When I say very good, I really mean that!  This is definitely something any hiker, camper, traveler or  adventurist would enjoy at any time during their journey.  These would also be great to keep in case of emergencies in the trunk of your car, hunting camp, or in your garage or basement with your emergency supplies.  I really like that they are shelf stable and can be stored up to 5 years.

I received this product in exchange for a review. All my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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