German soldier's ration "Iron portion". Completely edible! Packaging is made on the printing equipment, as the original, and not on a home printer as poor copies.
1 can of corned beef (338 g);
1 briquette of pea soup concentrate (150 g);
2 packages of flat rusks (125 g each);
3 sachets of ersatz coffee (8 g).
The unique thing!
Limitation of seller’s liability.
The ration consists of real edible products of industrial (with the replacement of factory packaging for historical) or piece (home) production. All components were packaged usable (within the expiration date). The expiration dates on the historical packaging (if any) are given in terms of historical compliance, and have nothing to do with the actual expiration dates of the products inside. You need to understand that this rations is primarily a game element, props, and only then a set that can be used for its intended purpose. Also, other products for reenactment, although they are full-fledged, are primarily focused on creating the appearance and sensation of use. That is, the appearance and properties of the goods for reenactment are close to the original, however, the goods for reenactment did not pass special testing for use in the army or during military operations (for example, a game helmet will not protect from fragments in a real battle).
The decision on the use of the ration as a food is made by the buyer, assessing the condition of the products and the age of the purchase. By purchasing this product, you declare that you have read and agree to the seller’s liability limitation.
Every German soldier was supposed to have two hot and one cold dish from the field kitchen every day. If the tactical situation did not allow to bring hot meals within 24 hours, the soldier had the right to eat rations.