The Food for Health International 200 Serving Bucket is an icon in the food storage industry. In fact, Food For Health is credited with being the first food storage company to simplify emergency food and put it in convenient, easy-to-store, pest-resistant buckets.
If you like to buy in bulk, you can purchase the FSR exclusive 1,000 serving package — which is simply five 200 Servings Buckets — and save about $220 over buying five separate 200 servings buckets. Read the full review here.
The 200 Serving Food Supply bucket provides healthy, quick-prep meals that take 20 minutes from start to finish. Just add boiling water and your family will enjoy a nutritionally balanced, 100 percent vegetarian entrée.
Each 200 Serving Bucket includes:
- Creamy Stroganoff, 24 servings
- Macaroni & Cheese, 15 servings
- Cheesy Rice Casserole, 20 servings
- Veggie Alfredo, 25 servings
- Hearty Potato Soup, 20 servings
- Brown Sugar Oatmeal, 40 servings
- Non-fat Milk, 32 servings
- Instant Orange Drink – 24 servings
Servings are conveniently stored in re-sealable Mylar pouches so that you don’t need to rush to eat everything once you crack the bucket open.
How long will this bucket last?
There are about 26,500 calories in a 200 serving bucket. So depending on how much you eat or need to survive, it would likely last one adult between 2 and 4 weeks.
Buy in bulk
You can buy five 200 servings buckets at a discounted price (Read the full review here) OR buy five 275 servings buckets at a discounted price.
New 275 Servings Bucket
Try the new 275 Servings Bucket from Food For Health:
Wait - that bucket looks different
Does the classic Food For Health bucket look different to you? You’re right — FFH recently created a new look for their iconic bucket. It’s got a new label and it’s now round instead of square. But they’re still stackable for easy storage. Along with the new label, they slightly tweaked the contents. The Macaroni & Cheese replaced the Cheddar Broccoli Soup, and a few of the other contents adjusted serving amounts. But all in all, it’s still the great staple we’re used to from Food For Health.