72 Hour Kit Goes Mainstream
Once thought to be only for survivalists, 72-hour emergency meal kits are flying off the shelves in the wake of the Haiti earthquake.
“U.S. citizens look at what has happened to the Haitian people and want to learn from it. They don’t want to be caught unprepared like those folks”, states Frank Salvo.
“The Department of Homeland Security and FEMA both recommend you have at least 72 hours of food and water for each member of your family. I think people are finally starting to see that being prepared is not such a crazy idea after all.”
The Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit is small, portable, and costs about $53.00. It feeds one person for three days and the food tastes great.
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