NWCG Supplemental Food
and Drink Guidance
Based on a literature review and feedback from agency personnel, the National Technology and Development Program (NTDP) and a panel of experts revised this guidance. 

While solid foods can be a valuable tool in sustaining wildland firefighters during long work shifts and potentially high caloric expenditures, this guidance also addresses products intended to assist the hydration needs of wildland firefighters. Overall, the goal is to provide readily available energy and promote hydration to enhance the safety and productivity incident responders.
The revised guidance replaces NWCG Memorandum 16-010, NWCG Supplemental Food and Drink Guidance.
RMC 20-01
NWCG Supplemental Food and Drink Guidance
NWCG Standards for Interagency Incident Business Management, PMS 902
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