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Any time is a good time to plan for your long term food storage needs. Everyone should have an emergency plan in place, which includes coverage of your family’s basic food and nutritional needs. Having access to emergency food storage supplies during a bad weather event, loss of power, or other crisis situation will ensure you can take care of yourself and your family. At, we offer a huge variety of survival food storage options to provide something delicious for every member of your family.

Our food storage options include basic supplies like Emergency Essentials® freeze-dried fruits and vegetables, Mountain House® dehydrated foods, and Meals Ready to Eat (MRE). All of our products are designed to provide an extra long shelf life suited for any emergency situation. In addition, our entrées and snacks are perfectly suited for when you’re on-the-go. Explore your options, including single meals, snacks or our popular combination meal packages. Some of our combination meals are suitable for up to one year’s worth of food for an individual. Your investment in your emergency food storage supply will be an investment in your family’s future.

Don’t worry about just “getting by” with our pre-packaged meals. The selection of delicious foods on our menu is impressive. Consider many of the popular choices for your own emergency food supplies, like Savory Stroganoff, Homestyle Chicken Noodle Casserole, and Aged Wisconsin Macaroni & Cheese. There are also plenty of options for delicious breakfast foods, lunch items, and snacks in our inventory, including granola with milk and blueberries, scrambled eggs and bacon, and freeze-dried vanilla yogurt.

Food storage concerns are no longer yours to worry about. At preparing your emergency food supply is easier than ever with our wide variety of entrées, snacks, breakfasts, and drinks. Stock up on survival meats, pastas, dairy, grains, broths, and other food storage supplies and never worry about surviving an emergency.

Edited by: Steven M.

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