Great with soups and salads, with cheese or spreads as a snack
Long shelf life while maintaining great taste
Ideal for camping trips and emergency kits
American Heritage: Sailor Boy Pilot Bread is proudly baked in the USA for a century. A modern version of hardtack, the long-shelf life cracker has been nourishing and delighting hunters, hikers, soldiers, adventurers, and travelers alike with a delicious, sturdy, snack cracker.
Long-lasting and Wholesome: Pilot bread is a kind of biscuit, or cracker, with simple wholesome ingredients and very little moisture. It has been described as a saltine cracker without the salt, or a flat dry biscuit. It is crunchy and mild, but nowhere near flavorless. Stored in a cool, dry place, it has an extraordinarily long shelf life, could be decades, or longer! Its resistance to spoilage and versatile use makes it a favorite for household emergency kits, preppers’ survival supply cache, disaster-relief food supply, earthquake preparedness kits, and the like.
Ways to Enjoy: Sailor Boy Pilot Bread - for some, it's soul food: Mothers give it to their babies to teeth on or as baby food, back-country hikers stock it in their kit, and seldom does a hunting party venture out in the woods without a supply stashed away in someone's backpack. Consider some of these topping ideas: peanut butter and jelly, smoked salmon or salmon spread, cream cheese, Nutella with bananas and strawberries, or simply toasted with butter. For a new take on a tuna melt or mini pizza. Each delicious, versatile biscuit sustains and delights.