Survival Food

Food sources and pre-packaged survival food

Legacy Foods in top 5 for emergency food supply!

Legacy is the best value with a larger quantity, equal or better nutritional value and a far lower price than other brands. They are low in sodium and cholesterol, high in fiber, and made without GMOs, MSG, HFCS, or trans fat. GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS EMERGENCY KITS SEED VAULT – GROW YOUR OWN FOOD! SAMPLE KIT […]

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Legacy emergency freeze-dried foods

Legacy Premium has leapt to the forefront of the freeze-dried, long-term food storage market with their high quality + larger quantity versus the other brand names. Legacy Premium has pre-packaged groups from a modest 16 serving family entre’ pack up to bucket size 720+ servings. They also have the best feature set including free shipping […]

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Secure Your Food & Water Supply for under $500!

You have read the stories from other countries (hello Venezuela!) and know there is one thing that most modern agronomies cannot do without – electricity. So what happens to you and yours when the next disaster hits and food and water are scarce? Just think what happens to our food and water supply if there […]

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Boxcar Farming – long term survival option?

I have seen plenty of train sized boxcars used as actual housing. In fact, you can order one from Amazon though I don’t think it will be “Prime eligible”! Even so, a trend in cities to convert old warehouse buildings into close-to-the-restaurant farms via hydroponics and LED lighting is making progress. It looks like someone […]

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Wise Foods response to CA class action suit

I reached out to Wise Foods after seeing that they had “misrepresented” their foods and were sued by a CA client. I have no skin in this game, but was glad to see that they did not lie about their products. They did make assumptions that one client, in particular, did not think were clear. […]

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