WWII US Field Ration C B-unit(Type B/Bread unit) Ration
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Introducing a Unique Reproduction C ration consisted of 6 identical cans divided into three meals, each of which consisted of a B-unit (Bread unit) and M-unit (Meat unit). This ration was adopted in 1939 and throughout the war, its composition was constantly changing. When creating the copy, we relied on the filling of the 1942 B-unit. Then it traditionally consisted of several cookies, a parchment disc for separating the components of the ration, 3 sugar cubes, coffee and 5 candies of various fruit flavors. All of these ingredients were included in our copy of the ration.
Features of our B-unit ration:
Tin can with a key
We copied the original can opening system using a special key on the bottom of the can.
Each ration has a stamp informing about the date of issue and the type of drink that is inside the can. The spelling of COFFE with the missing letter E is not accidental. Such stamps were also placed on original samples due to the 5-character limitation for marking machines of that time.
All the traditional ration elements remained in place: Cookies, Nescafe coffee, lollipops and 3 cubes of Jack Frost sugar.
Cookies, Nescafe coffee, lollipops and 3 cubes of Jack Frost sugar.