South America

We customise menus according to your requirements. Below are examples of menus catering for specific international regions, thus incorporating cultural preferances.

South America 3000 Kcal MENU

SOUTH AMERICA
3000 Kcal MENU
Grams
Kcal
Protein
Fat
Breakfast
Muesli Tropical 100 420 15 6
LUNCH
Beef Bolognaise 300 430 25 33
DINNER
Chicken Biryani 300 425 29 28
ENERGY BAR
Chocolate Energy bar 45 248 4 14
FRUIT PULP CUBES
Papaya Pineapple 60 198 0 0
BISCUITS
Sweet Choc Chip 100 479 9 13
FRUIT
Raisins 60 245 1 0
ENERGY BAR CEREAL
Granola Berry 45 250 4 2
Isotonic
Raspberry Apple 50 198 0 0
3 in 1 coffee
Mix 20 80 5 0
Sweets
Boiled 18 76    
TOTALS
  1098 3049 92 97

SOUTH AMERICA 3000 Kcal MENU

SOUTH AMERICA
3000 Kcal MENU
Grams
Kcal
Protein
Fat
Breakfast
Muesli Chocolate 100 420 15 6
LUNCH
Beef Stew with rice 300 375 21 19
DINNER
Chicken Pasta 300 425 29 28
Energy Bar
Chocolate Energy Bar 45 248 4 14
Fruit Plup Cubes
Tropical 60 198 0 0
BISCUITS
Oaties 100 479 9 13
Fruit
Raisins and Peanuts 60 245 1 0
Energy Bar Cereal
Granola Apple 45 250 4 2
Isotonic
Peach Orange 50 198 0 0
3 in 1 coffee
Mix 20 80 5 0
Sweets
Boiled 18 76    
TOTALS
  1098 2994 87 83

Useful Information

OutDoor Cuisine

SERAC Outdoor Cuisine is our Online Retail Store experience for customers to purchase individual MRE’s (ready to eat meals), ration packs, heaters and a large range of utilities. 

Ideal accompaniments for the outdoor enthusiast.

Branches

Serac USA

  • New Jersey

  • C Viljoen Randolph

United Kingdom and Europe

  • SERAC MRE LTD 3/16 Grassington Road. Eastbourne, Sussex, BN20 7BP, UK

  • Stephen Weir

Middle East and ASIA

  • Aquerre GT LLC
    501 Capricorn Tower, Dubai, UAE

  • Rani Z. Khoury
  • +971 4 337 0707

  • +971 50 841 0713 or +9627 7 5111112

South America

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Local Office

Serac Nutritional Products (Pty) Ltd

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  • Suite 461, Postnet Rivonia, X033, Rivonia, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2128

  • +27 10 443 7800

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