Augason Farms is Good for Your Survival Pantry

Long Term storage food is a hot commodity because more people see the need to stock up a survival pantry. With that in mind, I’m pleased Augason Farms is one of DestinySurvival’s affiliate sponsors because Augason Farms is good for your survival pantry.

Augason Farms got its start back in 1972 when Phil Augason came up with an economical and nutritious whey-based milk alternative. He called it “Morning Moo’s®.”

Over the next several years Phil and his family promoted Morning Moo’s at various shows and fairs. One thing led to another, and the success of Morning Moo’s paved the way for the company to prosper. Eventually they acquired a few other companies.

And that made it possible to add a wide variety of other delicious, high quality food storage products. Today Augason Farms is a thriving enterprise in the food storage industry.

They use premium quality food ingredients to offer you the utmost satisfaction. The shelf life is up to 30 years. Plus, as the manufacturer, Augason Farms can pass significant savings on to you.

Augason Farms offers:

  • Cereals and Grains
  • Bakery items
  • Beans
  • Soups and Sauces
  • Eggs and Dairy items
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Meats
  • Drinks
Plus, they offer gluten free items.

They offer a selection of entrees which includes items like:

  • Beef Stroganoff
  • Asian Style Beef Teriyaki
  • Chicken Fettucine Alfredo
  • Orange Chicken Teriyaki
  • Spaghetti Marinara with Beef
  • Chili Macaroni with Beef
If for some reason you can’t find one of those items, keep looking because you’re sure to find something you’ll like.

By the way, Augason Farms still offers Morning Moo’s. It makes a great food storage item for your survival pantry because of its long shelf-life. It’s also a great product to use every day because it tastes like 2% milk.

Why not give Augason food storage products a try today? To put their excellent foods in your survival pantry, start by clicking on the Augason Farms ad below.

 

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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.