Is it So Crazy to Store Some Food, Water, and Supplies?

Store food today!

Store food for your family today!

Do you have enough food in your pantry to feed your family if the grocery stores ran out of food? How about a rifle, handgun and a thousand rounds of ammo? How about solar panels, a water filter, medical kits, bug-out bags, fire starters, tents, sleeping bags, some gold, silver and reserve gasoline?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

It has become apparent to many Americans that depending on local, state and federal governments for help in an emergency, societal collapse or widespread disaster is no longer prudent.

An earthquake and tsumani rocked Japan last month, and crippled several nuclear reactors. Other major disasters are also possible: A flood or fire. A terrorist attack. A nuclear weapons launch. World War III. Or an apocalyptic-type scenario.

An increasing number of people are getting ready.

Interest in the survivalist movement has been heightened, many say, by global turmoil. The ongoing strife in the Middle East, the continued economic downturn, political unrest in Libya, and Japan’s nuclear nightmare, have made people uneasy.

We’ve seen how governments respond to disasters. Recent history has shown that there is no way to meet the needs of millions of people if a major disaster were to occur.

Is it really so crazy to insure your family from unforeseen danger by stockpiling food, water, and supplies?

The US government is spending billions of dollars to prepare for unlikely events like war, catastrophic collapse of society, and even asteroids – maybe you should consider a little end-of-the-world insurance as well.

Store food, water and supplies for your family today.

Order Emergency Food Today

Order your freeze dried food today, because in 6 months it may be too late. The uncertain economic situation in the US is creating very high demand for Mountain House Food. You must order today while wait times are still reasonable.

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