Let Tomorrow’s Harvest Help With Your Long Term Food Storage

With all that’s been happening in recent weeks and months, long term food storage is a hot topic. It’s also a hot item people can’t seem to get enough of.

My guest on DestinySurvival Radio yesterday was Hugh Vail from Tomorrow’s Harvest. Hugh is very knowledgeable about the food storage business and strives to give his customers the best storage food products.

I asked Hugh about the situation with Mountain House freeze dried foods. They’ve been selling so much product to the government that they’ve 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. It may be six months before they’re ready or able to sell to the preparedness industry again.

Even though Tomorrow’s Harvest carries Mountain House, they get storage food from other companies. That means you’ll be able to get yours now when you want it.

Tomorrow’s Harvest offers quick cook, just add water meals. Let’s face it. We live in a fast food generation. Many young people don’t have the skills to cook from scratch. And in a survival situation, convenience and simplicity win the day.

Because of the variety of meals from a variety of companies, Tomorrow’s Harvest can make sure you don’t get tired of the storage food you’ll be eating.

Tomorrow’s Harvest offers meals with both freeze dried and dehydrated ingredients. Freeze drying and dehydration are both means of dehydrating food. They just use different methods.

Some ingredients are better freeze dried than dehydrated. Some are better dehydrated. When combining them, the shelf life, nutrition and taste are still top quality.

Plus, combining freeze dried and dehydrated ingredients brings the price per serving down as compared to food that’s all freeze dried.

Tomorrow’s Harvest is dedicated to offering you food that’s grown and produced in the U.S. No imported food. Production is monitored by the FDA and USDA.

I asked Hugh if he’s concerned about American agricultural products being contaminated by radiation from the recent 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.

Tomorrow’s Harvest also has food for those with special needs. It’s an ever growing market. They offer vegetarian, gluten free, and lactose free family packages.

Even though Tomorrow’s Harvest provides storage food with a shelf life of 25 years, there’s no reason you can’t incorporate it into your regular meal routine right now.

Long term food storage doesn’t take up a lot of space either. A three month supply for five adults can fit under a twin size bed. Plus, it’s lighter than grains or other foods you may put by.

Meals from Tomorrow’s Harvest cost about half what one of their largest competitors charges. When purchasing from them, you can take advantage of a six months same as cash payment arrangement. And they’ll send you your food right away. They do that because they believe serious preppers have shown themselves to be responsible with their money.

Tomorrow’s Harvest also carries additional items, such as a Jetboil stove, backpack survival kits, survival knife and fire starter. They’ve shopped for the best quality products that will hold up when you need to use them.

But their primary mission is to help get families prepared with food storage. So whether you want freeze dried vegetables, fruit, meat, or family packages, get in touch with Tomorrow’s Harvest.

Hear my interview with Hugh Vail when you listen to DestinySurvival Radio for March 24, 2011. View what Tomorrow’s Harvest has to offer by going to www.tomorrowsharvest.com.

If you’re new at all of this, don’t let preparations for survival overwhelm you. Start small if need be, but start today.

 

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.