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MRE

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REAL WHOLE FOOD MEAL REPLACEMENT * Only $2.60 per serving!With MRE, we have given you the nutrients you need to repair and recover muscle tissue from the best possible whole foods sources. Stop reaching for fast foods and reach for whole foods with M.R.E.The most important fuel you can give your body is real food, especially whole foods. MRE is made from natural ingredients and a real protein blend. Our formula contains absolutely no whey! M.R.E. features Rolled Oats + a Unique Protein Blend that includes: Beef Protein Isolate, Salmon Protein, Chicken Protein, Egg Albumin, Brown Rice Protein... Show more
REAL WHOLE FOOD MEAL REPLACEMENT * Only $2.60 per serving!With MRE, we have given you the nutrients you need to repair and recover muscle tissue from the best possible whole foods sources. Stop reaching for fast foods and reach for whole foods with M.R.E.The most important fuel you can give your body is real food, especially whole foods. MRE is made from natural ingredients and a real protein blend. Our formula contains absolutely no whey! M.R.E. features Rolled Oats + a Unique Protein Blend that includes: Beef Protein Isolate, Salmon Protein, Chicken Protein, Egg Albumin, Brown Rice Protein and Pea Protein. Fuel your body with MRE, commonly known in the Military as Meals Ready-to-Eat. M.R.E. are rations given to the soldiers to provide them with nutrients to keep running strong while out in the field.We have perfected the ultimate flavors that will change any thoughts you have towards meal replacements. There are three mouthwatering flavors for you to chose from: Dutch Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pie and Blueberry Cobbler.Show less

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SKU:
525
Physical Dimensions: 
1 × 1 × 1 in
UPC: 
647603261683

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*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.