When it comes to disaster preparation, do you want to store water or have a means of treating existing, but possibly contaminated, water sources? Perhaps a combination of methods would work best. Click on the links shown above to better consider your options.
Long Term Food Storage Considerations
You're planning on pouring yourself a glass of refreshing, cool water even though this is the third day that flood waters have left you isolated at home with the city's water supply contaminated? Perhaps you're planning on enjoying a bowlful of strawberries smothered in a delicious pudding sauce while the blizzard continues to rage outside the house? It's been a long, hard hike and you're now thinking about reaching into your backpack and pulling out the ingredients for that taste tempting, gourmet soup that would just hit the spot about now?
These are all things that you actually could do if you had some sort of an emergency food storage program in place. Actually, should an emergency arise, having stored drinking water and an adequate supply of the right foodstuffs would be a very good idea. And you need not plan only for the short term. Prolonged power outages, strikes, civil unrest, storms, unemployment, or some sort of financial crisis could come upon us with little or no warning. Being prepared can help us to cope, and perhaps even cope in comfort.
Storeitfoods.com is pleased to be able to provide you with some of the things that will allow you to plan for short term, long term and even ongoing food and water needs. Whether you are looking for items with which to stock your 72 hour kit, to make a part of your "year's supply" of stored food, or to produce or grow right in your own home to enjoy on a daily basis, then these "food and water" items might be worth considering.