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Legacy Food Storage Launches Natural Emergency Meal Replacement Shakes

MegaOne Meals Deliver Tasty, Nutritious, and Balanced Meals in Seconds

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legacy Food Storage, a manufacturer of good tasting, high-quality gourmet meals for food storage and emergency use, today launched MegaOne Meals to provide tasty, nutritious and balanced meal-replacement shakes in seconds. Unlike traditional protein powders or shakes, MegaOne Meals are 100 percent natural with a full daily requirement of protein, vegetables, fruits and other nutrients in each serving.  

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Each MegaOne Meal comes with a vegan protein and is available in three flavors - chocolate, vanilla and "super berry." It is comprised of 28 raw "super foods" for health and well-being, including acai berry, known for anti-aging and weight loss properties; cranberries, popularly used to help prevent urinary tract infections; jabuticaba and alfalfa grass for antioxidant and anti-inflammatory issues. The meals are:

  • non-GMO, soy- and gluten-free
  • naturally sweetened
  • high in fiber and live probiotics and enzymes

"MegaOne Meals satisfy hunger while providing energy and a high number of healthy calories for a quick – and delicious tasting - source of nutrition," said Phil Cox, CEO, Legacy Food Storage.  "In fact, they can be used during an emergency or as a part of a regular, everyday meal plan. Since they have all of the vitamins, minerals and protein recommended for an entire day and come in three different delicious flavors, MegaOne Meals can be especially valuable for picky eaters, especially children, who might not be getting everything they need from other sources. My three picky daughters love them!"

VIDEO: Hear Cox share more about MegaOne Meals at http://legacyfoodstorage.com/emergency-meal-replacement-shakes/

Cost & Availability:

Each MegaOne Meal bag contains 15 hearty meals or 30 light meals and is available at select resellers, retailers and affiliates, including http://www.BuyEmergencyFoods.com and http://www.PrepareWise.com. They will be available individually for the special price of $48 per bag or as part of Legacy Food Storage's emergency packages.   

MegaOne Meals will have a 10-year shelf life, if stored as directed.  

About Legacy Food Storage

Legacy's pre-packaged emergency food storage meals and products provide consumers with good tasting, high-quality food that is convenient and provides peace-of-mind knowing good food will be available during times of emergency or need. Legacy's food is approximately half the price on a cost-per-calorie basis of competitive products, with Legacy's lasting up to 25 years. Legacy's products are available through resellers, retailers and affiliates, including BuyEmergencyFoods.com and PrepareWise.com. For more information, visit http://www.legacyfoodstorage.com

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