Santa’s Favorite Stocking Stuffer is the 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit

Santa's Favorite Stocking Stuffer is the 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit

Santa’s Favorite Stocking Stuffer

When Santa Claus can’t decide what to put into a good person’s stocking, he always chooses the Mountain House 72-Hour Emergency Meal Kit.

Here’s why:

  • Compact – it doesn’t take much space.
  • Convenient – just throw it in your car, truck, or backpack.
  • Inexpensive – it’s only about $53.00.

If you are struggling to find a suitable stocking stuffer for your loved one, choose Mountain House Freeze Dried Food.

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Your Grocery Bill Will Be 20% Higher in 2011

Summer Droughts and Fires Cause Wheat Prices to Soar

Summer Droughts and Fires Cause Wheat Prices to Soar

Can you imagine your grocery bill being 20% higher in 2011?

A United Nations report on Wednesday warned that food prices could rise by up to 20% in 2011. Here’s why:

  • Prices of wheat, maize, and other foods have risen by 40% in just a few months.
  • Sugar, butter, and cassava prices are at 30-year highs.
  • Meat and fish are significantly more expensive than last year.
  • Food analysts predict that 2011 will not be a good harvest.
  • Global food imports will top $1 Trillion Dollars in 2010 (translation: food production is down).
  • Russia has banned wheat exports, sending global wheat prices soaring.
  • Generous subsidies for biofuels have lured farmers away from growing crops for food.
  • A falling US Dollar means higher food prices for everyone outside of the US.

In addition, global food reserves stand at 74 days, a figure that is expected to decrease significantly in the coming months. “Cereal reserves may drop by around 7%, barley by 35%, maize 12%, and wheat by 10%”, said the UN report.

The only thing you can do to protect yourself is:

          Store food and water for your family

You can start right now. How would you like to feed a family of four for a month and a half?

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There May Be No Wheat Left to Make the Staff of Life

Wheat Yields Are Shrinking - What if Supplies Eventually Run Out?

Wheat Yields Are Shrinking
What if Supplies Eventually Run Out?

Wheat yields are not keeping up with a world growing hungrier.

In an article written by Charles J. Hanley of the Associated Press, he outlines many reasons why we should be worried. Here are a few of the reasons:

  • Crops are stunted in a world grown warmer.
  • A devastating fungus, a wheat “rust,” is spreading out of Africa.
  • In Chicago, London and other money centers, the wheat market is so roiled by bad news that rising prices
    may put bread out of reach
    for millions more of the world’s poor.
  • Fuel and fertilizer are becoming more expensive with each passing day.
  • Experts conclude wheat prices will never settle back down to the lower levels of 2005 and earlier.

Wheat is the food plant that covers more of the planet’s surface than any other. You may be thinking,

          “Why should I be worried, it sounds like it’s only a problem in Third World countries?”

Here’s why you should be worried.

“Humanity faces tremendous challenges to food security,” the world’s top wheat researchers conclude in a blueprint for a stepped-up strategy to produce more of the grain. “Global warming means more carbon dioxide in the air, which should help plant growth. Yet, we estimate that for every degree of temperature increase, the wheat yield may be decreased by 10 percent.” Now that is frightening!

Here are the facts:

  1. You can’t control global warming.
  2. You can’t control a wheat fungus.
  3. You can’t control extreme drought.

The only thing you can control is the food that goes on your family’s table. If you plan ahead and have food and water stored, you will find that it will keep your family from going hungry when food supplies become short. That’s peace of mind.

Store some food and water for your family today!

Here’s how to feed a family of four for a month and a half.

Here’s the article quoted above:

Staff of life waivers under weight of humanity

 

It Just Took Your Entire Paycheck to Pay Your Food Bill

Wheat Prices Soaring in 2010

Wheat in 2010: It made a Low of $4.50 and is now at a current high of $7.50

How would you feel if you went to the store and it took your entire paycheck to pay for your food? Think it won’t happen?

A secret shopper is turned loose every month to check on prices of 31 items. In July, the shopper returned with a stunning report: Wal-Mart had raised its prices 5.8% from the previous month. In addition, its prices were approaching the levels of its competitors.

The secret shopper is from JP Morgan Chase, the company who compiles these statistics. The supermarkets checked were in Virginia.

This information was released in an article by The Daily Reckoning.

The article goes on to say, “If you think your grocery bill is already high, you ain’t seen nothing yet. In fact, we could be just one supply shock away from a full-blown food crisis that would make the price spikes of 2008 look like a happy memory.”

“When we have the first serious crop failure, which will happen,” says farm commodity expert Don Coxe, “we will then have a full-blown food crisis” – one far worse than 2008.

What does this mean for you and me? To me it means that I should have food and water stored for my family. If this continues, then I would think everyone would need to store 6 months of food and water for every member of their family.

You may be scoffing because you feel you were burned with Y2K. Nothing happened then, and nothing may happen now. If you feel that way, you must think there is a downside to having a supply of food. But really, when you think of it, what is the worst thing that could happen?

          Nothing, and you would be forced to actually eat the food you have stored

If nothing happens, and you have to eat your food supply, will you feel like a fool? Is that what you are afraid of? Well, if you tell everyone and their brother that you have stored food, then yes, there is the possibility that you may look like foolish in their eyes if nothing happens. So, what do you do? In my mind, you should store the food and keep your mouth shut. Then if nothing happens, no one will know, and there will be no need for you to feel foolish.

If you want to store food, you can start here.

 

A Loaf of Bread Could Cost $23.00 Due to Hyperinflation

Hyperinflation may cause bread to costs $23 per loaf

Hyperinflation may cause bread to cost $23 per loaf

Hyperinflation is coming, so get ready. Will soaring food prices be the biggest problem for the U.S. in 2011?

In a report released on Friday, 5 November, 2010, the National Inflation Association gives its projections of future U.S. food price increases due to the massive monetary inflation being created by the Federal Reserve’s $600 billion quantitative easing.

NIA’s President Gerard Adams believes food inflation will take over in 2011 as America’s greatest crisis. According to Adams, “making mortgage payments will soon be the last thing on the minds of all Americans. We currently have a currency crisis that could soon turn into hyperinflation and a complete societal collapse.”

The report highlights that despite cotton rising by 54%, corn rising by 29%, soybeans rising by 22%, orange juice rising by 17%, and sugar rising by 51% during the months of September and October, these huge commodity price increases have yet to make their way into America’s grocery stores. But soon, all retailers will have to substantially raise food prices at the same time.

This is why storing food and water for your family is a great idea. You can start right here.

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