Woot: Whats the manufacture date on these.
All: Though these are nice to have, remember, they have a 5 year “shelf life”. One would think how does water, sealed in a pouch like this expire. It’s the pouch itself first, the water second, that expires. I keep these in my car emergency bags. Safer then plastic bottles (healthier too) and they are in 4.2oz servings. In an emergency, you drink one in the morning, one in the evening. Helps keep you in the “save for later” mode rather than drinking 8oz (all you need to stay alive) in one gulp. These are also great to keep with freeze dried foods. They don’t freeze in cold weather and the pouches don’t break down when hot (like in your car). If you want to keep emergency water longer, you can get 12oz cans that are good for 50 years. Yep, 50. I keep those in my long term go bags. Heavier, but more water and longer shelf life. The cans are a very thin skinned so they can puncture/tear easily so make sure you pack them in a safe place in your go bag as not to puncture a hole it the cans.
Now, I don’t know what the manufacture date is (I posted the questions). But these are just a little bit mroe, but you get 100 pouches.
Hi there. These are being pulled from Amazon inventory so we don’t have that information. That said, Amazon is [usually] pretty good at removing expired inventory.