From Our Editors
It all started with a happy cow. In 1972, Phil Augason devised a whey-based alternative to powdered milk, and called it Morning Moo's, complete with mascot of a cow licking its lips, or whatever cow-mouths have there. With its impressive resemblance to fresh 2% milk, it became popular with campers, the emergency-preparedness community and everyday families alike. In the years since then, the family company has continued to develop ultra-long-lasting meals and mixes by starting with fresh ingredients and blending them to create foods that will still taste good 15 or 30 years from now. Their current inventory includes freeze-dried fruits and vegetables, canned meals, and soup mixes, along with a line of gluten-free baking mixes.