How Prepared Are You for Surviving the Coming Famine?

Do you get a little nervous when people start throwing around words like “famine?” I do because it sounds like hype. Besides, it’s gloom and doom around the holidays. They only have famines in places like Ethiopia, don’t they? Surely we won’t have anything like that here. Don’t be too sure.

Believe it or not, we import as much as a third or more of our food, and it comes with plenty of problems. You recall several incidents of Salmonella and e. coli outbreaks in vegetables and salad greens. Hundreds of people became ill. Part of the problem is unhealthful produce coming in from Mexico. Think of how much concern there is about contaminants in food from China, as it has been reported in the news from time to time. Who ever thought we’d be importing so much food from China for such concerns to even be noticed?

As if that isn’t enough, what would happen if we had repeated incidents of grain elevators having problems in the Dakotas and throughout the Midwest getting propane necessary for drying harvested grains? This happened a few years ago. Grain could spoil in the bins, or it could go bad or produce much lower yields if left in the fields.

What’s more, what if there were difficulties getting ammonia for fertilizer next spring? What if insurance companies balked on paying claims to farmers who’ve experienced floods and drought? What if banks balk at lending money to farmers? Could these factors combine and lead to food shortages next year? Time will tell, but it all makes a good case for having long term storage food on hand, such as Nitro-Pak’s Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve.

I’ve written here before about purchasing storage food, but things really are more serious than we’ve seen in decades in this country. If you find all of this as compelling as I do, I have to caution you that you’re not the only one thinking about storage food. The government has been purchasing plenty, causing tight supplies from time to time.

Nitro-Pak’s Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve gives you what you need to feed 4 for 3 months or 1 person for a full year. You and your family will enjoy an astonishing variety of fast, delicious tasting meals anytime with no preparation hassles or cooking. Just add water and eat. Nitro-Pak calls it ‘no-brainer’ food storage. All Mountain House #10 canned freeze-dried foods have a super long 25 year shelf life, the longest of any storable foods… Mountain House foods are second to none in quality of ingredients, simplicity of preparation, and gourmet taste.

Remember, purchasing a supply of storage food isn’t hoarding. You’ll be helping yourself and your family to survive, and you won’t be a drag on the system in time of shortages or disaster. With the variety of top quality foods you get with Nitro-Pak’s Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve, you won’t suffer from boredom or appetite fatigue.

Don’t wait to see if we’ll have food shortages next year. Order your Nitro-Pak Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve today and be ready for whatever comes our way. Incidentally, if food shortages don’t materialize after you’ve purchased your Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve, what’s the harm in being wrong? When survival is at stake, being prepared is a must.

Food shortages and even famine sounds unthinkable right now, but how many things have we seen in recent weeks and months that we thought couldn’t happen? Don’t take shortcuts with food for your family. Get Nitro-Pak’s Ultimate-Pak Food Reserve and feed yourself for a year or 4 people for 3 months.

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Click on the logo below to go to Nitro-Pak’s page to view their freeze dried food choices. That’s where you can get more info and place your order. Do it while you can, because you can’t afford to gamble on the status quo.


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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.