My guest on DestinySurvival Radio was Hugh Vail from Tomorrow’s Harvest. We discussed various attributes and benefits of long term storage food.
At the time of our conversation, I asked Hugh about the situation with Mountain House freeze dried foods. They were selling so much product to the government that they cut way back on selling to small distributors.
He said Mountain House didn’t originally intend to supply the emergency preparedness industry. That’s a secondary business for them.
I asked Hugh if he was concerned about American agricultural products being contaminated by radiation from the nuclear disasters in Japan. The short answer is yes.
But if our farms are contaminated, it will affect everything on the grocery store shelves throughout the country. But it’s probably no worse than the impact of nuclear testing that took place in the 1950’s and ‘60’s. However, Hugh admits he’s not an expert on the subject.
The key is to buy storage food now. Of course, that’s what preppers do when getting ready for adversity ahead.
Hear my interview with Hugh Vail when you listen to DestinySurvival Radio for March 24, 2011. The llink for the company’s web site no longer works.