Emergency Survival Food Supply 275 Meal Pack
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- 275 Emergency Food Supply Kit includes NEW RECIPES:
- Cheesy Rice Casserole/Veggie Alfredo/Hearty Potato Soup/Italian Tomato Pasta/Black Bean Burger/Tortilla Soup/Multigrain Cereal/Brown Sugar Oatmeal/Non-fat Milk/Instant
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- Weather Proof Bucket - 20 year shelf life
- Weather Proof Bucket - 20 year shelf life
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Our 275 Serving Food Supply Kit provides healthy, quick-prep meals that store for up to 20 years, and only take 20 minutes to make from start to finish. Each serving costs about the same as the change in your pocket, but provides a healthy, low-cost substitute for fast food. And our food supply entrees are excellent for daily use, as well as the perfect solution for any outdoor or camping activity. The recipes for our 275-serving Food Supply Kit are made from high-quality ingredients that have our entrees bursting with flavor and nutrition. Savor the comforting essence of Creamy Potato Soup or the family-pleasing Tortilla Soup for lunch or dinner, or start the day off right with a heart-healthy bowl of oatmeal. Whatever you choose, you will be serving a tasty, 100 percent vegetarian meal with high nutritional values and no hydrogenated oils, trans fats or added MSG.In addition to flavor and health, each entree is easy to make. Just add boiling water and in 20 minutes, a mouth-watering meal is ready to serve. Priced at less than 58 cents per serving, our Food Supply Kit is a low-cost, nutritional alternative to other quick-prep, yet highly processed, meals. Buying fast food in 20 minutes is possible; paying 58 cents per serving is challenging; however, finding fast food with such high nutritional value is impossible.Packaged in a weather-proof bucket that is easily stacked to conserve space, our 275-serving kit can be stored up to 20 years in a cool, dry area. Although typically thought of as an emergency food, it is taste, nutrition and convenience that are now making our entrees legitimate alternatives for daily use, as well as the perfect solution for any outdoor or camping activity. Save your money and invest in your health. Serve our hearty meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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As for the price going up after the Japan disaster, if you search online for emergency food products you will soon find that there is an 8 week plus backlog in orders from almost every supplier out there. People are waking up to the fact that the security we have enjoyed in the United States is currently just not there. But it's not JUST Japan. There is a food shortage and food prices are increasing all over the world, oil prices are skyrocketing which causes transportation costs to go up, the Middle East is exploding, most national economies are struggling, and the US dollar is in a free fall. It's all coming home. The US has been typically isolated from these things but that is changing and changing quickly. So yes, as the law of supply and demand dictates, prices are going up and this is more reason to buy now while you still can. Because believe me when I say that we haven't seen anything yet. It's only going to get worse!
I have a store of about 6 months of everyday canned and box food as well as supplies of Pinto beans, rice, flour, etc that we use and rotate. If food prices continue to go up significantly or there is a disruption in supply we are covered for a while. I also have 6 or more months of long term storage food with a 15 to 25 year shelf life. This is mostly in the event of a much more significant problem such as a total collapse of the United States economy (which is not only possible but likely) or other disaster that affects food supply, employment, etc. Statistics say that only, at best, 20% of the US population is prepared to sustain themselves longer than a week. Long term food items such as these pouches will serve not only as emergency rations but as a source of barter (money) as well. In addition we have silver tucked away. We also have a fresh garden that we have grown in place of the typical flower beds we had in years past. And, being that we live in the desert of Arizona we have 1000 gallons of potable water stored that we rotate.
Regarding the room it takes to store these items - the canned and box food takes the most storage area but we have a large pantry for this. The long term food storage we have is a mixture of both freeze dried (such as Wise food products) and dehydrated pouches (from eFoods Global). The dehydrated pouches only have a 15 year shelf life compared to the 25 year shelf life of freeze dried but you get much more food in a much smaller area. Of course we also have our bug-out kits and camping supplies in the event that we have to leave our area.
The long and short of it is this... You hope to never have to resort to any of this but if you do, on that day you will be glad you have it. I agree with Arthur Bradley's opinion in general. There are ads all over the place right now from people who are selling large stores of freeze dried food that were purchased during the Y2K scare and are now near the end of their shelf life (beware). Most of this food will ultimately be discarded. But in my opinion I would much rather throw away a years worth of long term food 20 years down the road, than need food a month from now and not have it and not have any way to provide for my family. Do it smart and have a plan. No one can be prepared for every situation but doing our best to provide for today and plan for tomorrow is a responsibility that we can't ignore in today's unstable climate. If you'd like practical help for doing this visit me by searching azsaver in google.
Servings are 20 grams - 45 grams...not bad for a week old baby sparrow (as an FYI, Wendy's Grilled Chicken Salad is 338 grams w/190 calories).
Equally shocking are the calorie counts. "Meals" like 110 calories, 90 calories, 70 calories? Seriously?
BUT, it gets worse. Even more concerning is the near zero vitamin/mineral/amino acid contribution for a healthy daily diet intake. There are only 2 vitamins and 2 minerals listed, and those are at nearly non-existent levels. Most are below 5% MDR (Minimum Daily Requirements) with many at 0%.
Would love to see a test of this stuff as an exclusive diet for 30 days. It's being advertised as a "7 Year Food Supply" on the Reverend Jim Baker "sales" show for a "donation" of $3,000!! This most definitely will be more damaging to your health than McDonald's food (like the movie "Super-Size Me") in a SINGLE MONTH, let alone 1-7 years! Utterly preposterous!
I guess you get what you pay for if health/nutrition is not an objective. Definitely look elsewhere.