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Even though I live on a farm, I have those days when I like convenience food. Fast food that tastes good.

I designed these easy organic foods because I want everyone to know convenience food can taste good. Even though it’s not fresh from the ground, it’s made from foods that are.

I sell my food in 5 different types of packaging:

  • Farmhouse
  • Outpost
  • Mylar
  • Ziplock
  • Organic on-the-go

Most of my foods have almost a two year shelf life if stored dry with low humidity. See my Mylar option if you need the peace of mind of longer storage.

Farmhouse pouch packaging

Farmhouse is a 7" wide × 8" tall non-aluminum pouch with a box bottom that allows it to stand up on its own. You can use it as your bowl for the addition of cold and even boiling water. Most of my farmhouse pouches contain two standard servings of food. I use the word “standard” to describe a portion of food standardized by our government so that consumers can easily compare foods. Let’s say you want to compare the sodium content of split pea soup manufactured by two different companies. If one company calls 1 cup a serving and the other 1¼ cup a serving, it gets hard to compare and choose which one you want if you’re shopping for a certain level of sodium or protein or carbohydrate. A standard serving works perfect for someone like me. It is exactly the amount I eat.

Outpost pouch packaging

Outpost is in the same 7" wide × 8" tall pouch as the Farmhouse line, but some of the serving sizes are different. Designed to feed one hungry camper, my backcountry food is perfect for whatever mode of trail travel you choose — backpackers and hikers, mountain bikers, climbers, llama trekkers, equestrians, fishers, cross-country skiers, boaters and rafters. Ideal for campers, our maryjanesoutpost.org website is where we all share the details of our camping trips, barter our outdoor gear, find backcountry jobs and provide gear tips.

Mylar bulk packaging for emergency-preparedness long-term storage

Mylar is for no-fuss, long-term storage. Choose it for emergency preparedness. Tuck it away in a safe spot, and forget about it until you need it. Easy to do with a shelf life of 15 years or more (5–8 years for the breads)!

Here’s a delicious way to help MaryJanesFarm help veterans help disaster victims. Each 3-lb Mylar pouch comes in a Team Rubicon box. Team Rubicon, a veteran-focused disaster relief organization, unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders in order to rapidly deploy emergency response teams, oftentimes arriving on the scene before traditional aid organizations.

MaryJanesFarm helps feed Team Rubicon’s emergency response teams by donating two single-serve pouches of food for every box sold. That’s where you come in. Every time you buy a box of our emergency food, you’re feeding Team Rubicon. It’s a win-win!

Ziplock packaging for bulk food mix

Ziplock is the economy option. If you have the storage space and your own airtight storage containers, or even pouches of your own, this is the way to go. Buy it for home, office, or travel, but make sure to try each of my mixes out first by getting them in the pouches, so you know for sure it's a favorite.

Organic on-the-go pouch packaging

Organic on-the-go® is a just-add-water single-serve meal. Our Cup Bakeand Cup Cook packages allow the food to cook in the cup or bake in the cup.