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Emergency Food Supplies

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Earthquakes, hurricanes, and virus pandemics can leave people without food for days, or even weeks. When a disaster strikes, disruption to the food supply chain and panic-buying can lead to shortages of food in the stores. Emergency food supply kits can provide you and your family with the food you need to get through times like these.

The best emergency food supply kits usually contain freeze-dried food that is easy to prepare. The food is not going to be fine-dining standard, but the latest emergency food rations can be tasty and nutritious. You will also find a variety of meals in most emergency food ration kits.

Disaster emergency food supplies have a shelf life of up to 20-25 years. So, you can buy a food kit for your family and store it with your preparedness kit. The Department of Homeland Security recommends that a family preparedness kit should contain enough food to last for a minimum of three days. However, if you are preparing for potential pandemic lockdown, you may need your emergency food supplies to last you for longer.

Below, you will find ten of the best-selling emergency food supply kits. You can click the blue button at the bottom of the page if you would like to see more. We hope that this page helps you find the best emergency food supply kit for your needs.

Main Image: Wise Company Emergency Food Supply – 60 Servings.

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Last update on 2021-10-15 Source: Amazon Product Advertising API

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