It's freeze dried meat? My personal preference is for canned meat with all the natural juices and some fat in the can for flavor and satiety. Some people prefer freeze-dried cardboard with all the fat removed because it can last longer.
Check the number of ounces per can, calculate price per ounce, compare to the many other purveyors of freeze-dried meats in cans. Then try to find any information on whether this company's cans actually have less than 1% oxygen in them and hold up over time.
There are literally hundreds of repackagers of freeze-dried foods. Nobody has tried them all, and nobody ever will because many are fly-by-nights looking to grab the money and run before anyone actually tries to eat their food ten or fifteen years down the road.
CORRECTION: It appears to be 28 oz of canned meat canned in its own juices now I check. (A link would have been nice, not just a pic and company name.)
It's undoubtedly a relabel of one of the few major processors' canned meat (lots of those as well).
So 6 cans x 28 oz = 168 oz for $149.97 plus whatever they are going to hit you with for shipping if it isn't free/free above a certain amount (which I'm NOT going to check for you). Again, compare to prices elsewhere. The price here is an average of 89.3¢ per ounce or $14.28 per pound of meat for a mix of cheaper and more expensive meats even if shipping is free. Looks like profit margin for site selling it plus profit margin for Survival Fresh plus profit margin for company who canned it. Pretty sure you can beat that.