How Will You Feed Your Family In Times Of Emergency?
Do You Have A Safety Net?
The Safety Net Emergency Food Package Is Now Available.
However, We Expect To Sell Out Very Quickly.
In the spring, we brought you a disturbing report about how the government is stockpiling survival food at unprecedented levels. Typically, FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) keeps 6 million meals on hand for any kind of emergency or natural disaster. But recently, they put out RFPs (Request for Proposal) indicating their interest in buying, literally, hundreds of millions of emergency meals to the tune of about a billion dollars. This is a huge purchase for a minor government agency. And they’re not the only government agency getting in line to buy. Government orders have now locked up the capacity of all the major manufacturers of emergency food supplies. If you’ve tried recently to buy a larger quantity, you probably had trouble finding anyone who could fill your order.
And it’s only going to get worse, for several reasons.
Global Food Shortages Are Having An Impact On The Survival Food Market.
There’s almost no surplus food anymore that can be preserved for emergencies. As fast as most crops are ready for harvest, they’re being used to feed people. Food reserves are at alarmingly low levels. Emergency food manufacturers are having trouble getting what they need to produce emergency food supplies.
The Fukushima Disaster Dealt A Huge Blow To The Dehydrated Food Supply
The Japanese triple disaster—earthquake, tsunami, nuclear power plant meltdown—has been a huge blow to the dehydrated food industry. Why? Because Japan has a robust food processing industry. Many U.S.-based emergency food suppliers send their food to Japan for processing and then ship it back here for packaging. With radioactive contamination now detected on inbound cargo ships and airline passengers, it’s anybody’s guess as to how long it will be until these emergency food shipments are deemed unsafe. Everything coming out of Japan is suspect, and will be for a long time to come.
By the way, you may be relieved to know that our suppliers never have their food processed in Japan. It’s all done here in the USA. But that’s small comfort because supplies are so precarious that most people who want to get their hands on this dehydrated food won’t be able to. (More about that in a minute.)
A Wheat Famine Threatens Continents Across The Globe
Almost everyone has heard of the potato famine that decimated Ireland in the 1840s. It happened because the Irish practiced monoculture, planting just one species of potato that was well adapted to Irish soil. When potato blight hit, wiping out the country’s staple crop, there was no plan B. Millions starved to death.
Did we learn our lesson from that great tragedy? No. Big Ag’s foolish practice of monoculture puts us at more risk than ever before. These days, it’s wheat that’s at grave risk. Wheat’s biggest vulnerability is something called “stem rust.” It’s actually a fungus. The fungus that has begun to infect wheat crops around the world is officially known as Ug99. Ninety percent of the world’s wheat is vulnerable to Ug99—and this scourge has been spreading swiftly over the past few years, jumping from Africa to the Middle East. Just a few more seasons and it’s expected to hit Asia—from India to China to Russia. Millions of people depend on wheat in these nations for their daily sustenance.
If so much as a single spore of this deadly disease finds its way to U.S. shores—and in these days of global air travel, that’s almost a dead certainty—the U.S. stands to lose at least a billion dollars worth of wheat. National Geographic recently reported that, according to Rick Ward of the Durable Rust Resistance in Wheat project at Cornell University, “A significant humanitarian crisis is inevitable.”
As this new wheat blight unfolds, people will go hungry. Many will die. Backup food reserves are more important than ever before.
How Should You Prepare For “The New Normal?”
Three words: Get in line.
Three more words: Get a lot.
Since we first wrote to alert you of shortages of emergency food supplies, things have gotten no better. Industry shortages will persist for months, if not years, to come. Emergency food supplies operate outside the normal “just in time” economy we’re used to, for all the reasons we’ve talked about. That’s why, if you hope to have any emergency food stored, you absolutely must plan ahead.
In the past, we have been able to secure continuing supplies of emergency food storage. But unfortunately, that’s no longer the case. Our supplier has been approached by an anonymous buyer to purchase any and all remaining inventory – including future production. The good news: we’ve had a good working relationship with our supplier, so when we begged them to give us at least some supplies for our customers, they gave us 30 units. Here are the details:
If you’ve been putting off your decision to buy survival food, you can’t afford to put it off any longer. When you finally decide to get some, it could be too late. That’s why we urge you to call today to place your order for the Safety Net. The Safety Net food package contains a full one-year supply of food for four adults, or two adults and four children. This amount of emergency food will keep you well-fed in just about any emergency situation.
The Solutions From Science Team
P.S. We only have 30 Safety Net emergency food packages. If the wheat blight strikes U.S. wheat crops, as experts predict may happen, the cost of all food will go through the roof as food supplies take a major hit. Surplus food of any kind will be extremely hard to come by. But with The Safety Net, you’ll have a stash of delicious, nutritious food you can turn to.
Don’t Miss Your chance!
To Order The Safety Net,
Call Our Toll-Free Number Today.
The Safety Net emergency food package includes 4,320 servings of delicious cook-in-the-pouch meals. The Safety Net supplies enough food for one year (3 servings per day) for four adults, or two adults and four children. Thanks to state-of-the-art nitrogen flushing technology, these delicious meals have a shelf life of 25 years or more. They’re packed into 36 stackable storage buckets designed to use space efficiently. The cost for each Safety Net package is $5,995 plus shipping.
Each Safety Net Package includes:
Apple Cinnamon Cereal (480 servings)
Crunchy Granola (480 servings)
Brown Sugar and Maple Multi-Grain (480 servings)
Savory Stroganoff (288 servings)
Chili Macaroni (288 servings)
Pasta Alfredo (288 servings)
Teriyaki and Rice(288 servings)
Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini(288 servings)
Cheesy Lasagna (288 servings)
Creamy Ala King and Rice (288 servings)
Hearty Tortilla Soup (288 servings)
Cheesy Macaroni (288 servings)
Creamy Tomato Basil Soup (288 servings)
Solutions From Science
815 W. Main
P.O. Box 518
Thomson, IL 61285