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  • Guy holding looking inside pouch of Mountain House with another person looking at him out in the backcountry

    How to Prepare Freeze Dried Food

    Mountain House freeze-dried meals have been keeping climbers, soldiers, explorers, hunters, anglers, hikers, backpackers, preppers, and all sorts of other people happily nour...

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    Oregon Freeze Dry in the 1960s

    The History of Mountain House

    These days, what with the outdoor-recreation industry bigger than ever and disaster preparedness on the radar of more and more people, freeze-dried backpacking and emergency ...

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    Offer limited to product purchased from MountainHouse.com or an authorized reseller. We will replace the product for retail consumers who are legitimately dissatisfied for some reason. We reserve the right to limit the quantity of refunds made in a single request. We will not honor bulk refunds, or requests made on behalf of other people. We will limit the refund to the actual product in question. We will require proof of product, the date code from the package, and the reason for dissatisfaction. Because we are unable to control the quality of our products sold by unauthorized sellers, unless otherwise prohibited by law, the guarantee is not available for products purchased from unauthorized sellers. We reserve the right not to replace products if proper storage conditions have not been maintained.

    *Store Mountain House food under dry, sanitary conditions, without prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures and avoiding any environment that could cause damage to the packaging, such as punctures or dents. To maximize shelf life, store food unopened and avoid prolonged exposure to temperatures above 75°F (24°C).