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1 Year Food Supply for 2 People

1 Year Food Supply for 2 People At 2 Servings Per Day – 1440 Serving Supply – Long Term Bulk Dried Food Storage

  • 1 year bulkd dried food supply for 2 people at 2 servings per day.
  • 25 Year Shelf Life on Freeze Dried Foods
  • Real Food… Real Meals… Ready to Eat in Minutes by Just Adding Water
  • Dependable, Simple, and affordable Long Term Storage Food Meals
  • 12 Sealed Buckets Dimensions: 12″ Tall x 12″ Wide x 10″ Deep

1 year bulk freeze dried food supply for 2 people at 2 servings per day.
.66 per meal compared to, .89 per fast food meal, .55 per restaurant meal, and .91 per home cooked meal.

Delicious Gourmet Entrees! Just add water to create. Product within this bucket… … Apple Cinnamon Cereal (240-Srv)
Crunchy Granola (240-Srv)
Brown Sugar and Maple Multi-Grain (240-Srv)
Savory Stroganoff (72-Srv)
Chili Macaroni (72-Srv)
Pasta Alfredo (72-Srv)
Teriyaki and Rice (72-Srv)
Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini (72-Srv)
Cheesy Lasagna (72-Srv)
Hearty Tortilla Soup (72-Srv)
Creamy Ala King and Rice (72-Srv)
Cheesy Macaroni (72-Srv)
Creamy Tomato Basil Soup (72-Srv)
… It seems wonderful to be ready. When you notice those containers perfectly arranged in your own home you’ll realize that what you have is fantastic, ready to make meals that are incredible for emergencies but also good for everyday use. Feel free to break into a bucket and enjoy a meal from time to time. And then, when

Price: $ 2,395.00

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5 Comments/Reviews

  • joshua q says:

    I’m a first time mom, staying home and planning to go back to school sometime soon. I’ve been breastfeeding my baby every 3-4 hours (his weight was low end of normal weight) until he was about 2- 2 ½ months that he started to sleep through the night (about 5-7 hours at night, I’m so happy to get 5 hours sleep straight) and still breast feed him every 3 hours during day time, I was very happy to see him milk drunk every time. I would like to breast feed him for a year if I could, because I believe it’s the best thing for the baby, but I’m worry if I will have enough milk supply for him. Now my period is back (4 months after delivery), and my milk supply is dramatically dropped that he doesn’t milk drunk anymore but cranky when I nurse him, probably he doesn’t get full. I feel so bad for him and feel very discouraged, I don’t know what to do.

    People told me to start giving him solid food, but I’m afraid that if I gave him solid food, it will make my milk supply even less. I’m so confused, discouraged and feel like I can’t be a good mom. How can I have enough milk supply for him for the whole year? Should I give him any solid food at all? What should I do when I have next period? Should I substitute formula? Any suggestion, please?
    My baby is 4 months old, now.

  • eternalyouth_304 says:

    1.The law of supply states that: (7.13 points)

    demand increased when supply increases

    if the price of a good increases, firms buy less of it

    if the price of a good increases, the quantity supplied increases

    as people’s income increases, the supply of goods increases

    2.The law of supply states that a decrese in the price of a kayak leads to (7.13 points)

    an increase in the supply of kayaks

    a decrease in the quantity of kayaks supplied

    a decrease in the supply of kayaks

    a increase in the supply of kayaks supplied

    3.The supply curve is upward sloping because (7.13 points)

    as the price increases, suppliers earn more by increasing the quantity they produce

    supply increases as costs rise

    supply increases as productivity increases

    Both answers (a) and (c) are correct

    4.Which of the following increases the quantity supplied of compact discs, by does NOT increase the supply of compact discs (7.13 points)

    an increase in the price of the resources used to produce compact discs

    an increase in the price of a compact disc

    a decrease in the price of a compact disc

    a decrease in the number of suppliers of compact discs

    5.A decrease in the price of a complement used in the production of a good (inputs) leads to (7.13 points)

    a decrease in the supply of the good in question

    and increase in the supply of the good in question

    an increase in the quantity supplied of the good in question

    no change in the supply of the good in question

    6.Which of the following increases the supply of gasoline (7.13 points)

    a decrease in the price of a resource used to produce gasoline, such a crude oil

    a decrease in the demand for gas guzzuling SUV’s

    an increase in the price of gasoline

    a situation where the quantity supplies exceeds the quantity demanded

    7.It it expected that the price of a bushel of wheat will increase in one month. This belief will result in (7.13 points)

    a decrease in future supply of wheat

    no change in current or future supply of wheat

    an increase in current supply of wheat

    a decrease in current supply of wheat

    8.If the number of companies producing computer chips increases, then the (7.16 points)

    supply of memory chips does not change

    quantity of memory chips supplied increases

    supply of memory chips increases

    supply of memory chips decreases

    9.An increase in the number of fast-food restaurants (7.16 points)

    increases the demand for substitutes for fast food meals

    raises the price of fast food meals

    increases the demand for fast food meals

    increases the supply of fast food meals

    10.Researchers have found a hybrid of corn that is cheaper to grow. This technological breakthrough (7.13 points)

    increases the demand for corn

    increases the supply of corn

    decreases the supply of corn

    Both answers (a) and (b) are correct

    11.WHich of the following shifts the supply curve for oranges (7.16 points)

    a newly discoverd increase in the nutritional value of oranges

    an increase in the price of bananas, a substitute for oranges

    an increase in the income for all orange consumers

    disaterous weather that destroys about half of this years orange crop

    12.Which of the following shifts the supply curve for popcorn LEFTWARD (7.16 points)

    a decrease in the number of popcorn suppliers

    a decrease in the price of popcorn

    an increase in the price of popcorn

    a technological development in the production of popcorn

    13.Autoworkers negotiate a wage increase. How does this change affect the supply curve of cars (7.16 points)

    it shifts the supply curve leftward

    it shifts the supply curve rightward

    supply curve slopes upward

    it does not shift the supply curve. There is only a change in the quantity supplied

    14.Over the next several years the number of internet firms is expected to increase. As a result, the supply of internet services will ______ and the supply curve of internet services will shift _______ (7.16 points)

    increase;leftward

    decrease;leftward

    increase;rightward

    decrease;rightward
    15.

  • Orvil says:

    **Firstly, this question is going to be LONG. There’s a lot to cover so please don’t bother answering it if you’re not going to read the entire thing**

    Okay. I have just been informed that we have to MOVE (back to Canada, from Ireland) quickly.

    This poses a huge problem for me, because I was just starting to get settled where I am and I got a horse (Benson) who I love deeply. I bought him with the intention of staying on in Ireland and finishing up school here, but that just doesn’t seem to want to work out in my favour…

    I knew this was coming and I had planned to bring Benson back to Canada with me, no matter what. It sounds unreasonable as there are ‘many more horses in the sea’ and he’s ‘Just a horse’ (‘cept he’s NOT he’s MY horse who I love to death). I can see how unpractical it is for me to bring him, expenses, where to put him… more expenses… but my heart is truly set on it.

    My mom wants me to either A)surrender him to a ‘retired horses’ home or B)to the humane society. I want to lease him out, get a few jobs and WORK so I can pay for him to get over (I emailed a horse transporting company, all in all it will cost around 10,000 Canadian dollars. Enough to buy another horse as everyone likes to point out) I know of a few places I can board him too, for minimal cost seeing as he can be out on grass pretty much all the time, just in at night and part of the day in the winter. Leasing ALSO is a bit of an issue for me because Benson gets lame sometimes (he’s an ex racehorse, he was injured in a race and sometimes his old ‘war wounds’ act up. Last time he was lame for two months, and it took a lot of work to get him sound again; I know a lot of people wouldn’t be interested in that. I don’t want to lease him out to people who won’t take the proper care of him. That would worry me even if he wasn’t frequently lame, but since he is it bothers me even more.

    Another option I was considering is leaving him with a friend of ours who owns 25 horses as it is. He said it would be no problem if we needed anywhere for Benson to go. He wouldn’t charge us for the accommodation, but I’d have to fork out money for a little over a years supply of food and I would definitely need to pay him for the hay that Benson will need. That would work out to around 559 (Euro) for the food (roughly $900) and I couldn’t even begin to estimate the hay costs. We’d probably just work out a fixed price for that together, but it would be at least 300 (Euro) which would be about $480. That would set me back around $1,380, round it up to $1,500-$2,500 to accommodate any surprise costs and his wormers, but at least he would be getting the attention he deserves, right?

    The third thing I could do is free-lease him out as a pasture pal, just one that is ride able for treks, fun jumping (just popping him over a few fences out in the field) and the sort; but not allowed to compete or hunt as it would be too hard on his joints and hooves and I can’t trust anyone to take proper care of him. They supply the food and hay for him, make sure the farrier sees him and the vet and all that. It’s just like a normal lease but with major restrictions. I still wouldn’t be 100% sure that my horse was getting the proper care and attention, but I would know he wasn’t being hunted or competed with either. I have loads of friends around too who could check up on him for me and they would only be too happy to.

    I’m really desperate to make this work, and if I decided to go with my second idea I could PROBABLY manage to convince my mom to pay for the food and the hay, one of the two, or to meet me half way at $1,250 each.

    What do you think?
    I had thought it would be a bit bold of me to ask him, but he knows about Bensons history with lameness and he offered to take him regardless. Really all he’d be doing is putting him in the pasture with the rest of his horses and feeding him whenever he checked up on them. He’s his to ride as well while he has him if he wants to, but he’s under no obligation.

    Thanks for your input =)
    I would be able to afford it by the summer of next year.

    It’s a really tough decision to make… =(

  • Guada Jimenez Suarez says:

    The following are 20 signs that a horrific global food crisis is coming….

    #1 According to the World Bank, 44 million people around the globe have been pushed into extreme poverty since last June because of rising food prices.

    #2 The world is losing topsoil at an astounding rate. In fact, according to Lester Brown, “one third of the world’s cropland is losing topsoil faster than new soil is forming through natural processes”.

    #3 Due to U.S. ethanol subsidies, almost a third of all corn grown in the United States is now used for fuel. This is putting a lot of stress on the price of corn.

    #4 Due to a lack of water, some countries in the Middle East find themselves forced to almost totally rely on other nations for basic food staples. For example, it is being projected that there will be no more wheat production in Saudi Arabia by the year 2012.

    #5 Water tables all over the globe are being depleted at an alarming rate due to “overpumping”. According to the World Bank, there are 130 million people in China and 175 million people in India that are being fed with grain with water that is being pumped out of aquifers faster than it can be replaced. So what happens once all of that water is gone?

    #6 In the United States, the systematic depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer could eventually turn “America’s Breadbasket” back into the “Dust Bowl”.

    #7 Diseases such as UG99 wheat rust are wiping out increasingly large segments of the world food supply.

    #8 The tsunami and subsequent nuclear crisis in Japan have rendered vast agricultural areas in that nation unusable. In fact, there are many that believe that eventually a significant portion of northern Japan will be considered to be uninhabitable. Not only that, many are now convinced that the Japanese economy, the third largest economy in the world, is likely to totally collapse as a result of all this.

    #9 The price of oil may be the biggest factor on this list. The way that we produce our food is very heavily dependent on oil. The way that we transport our food is very heavily dependent on oil. When you have skyrocketing oil prices, our entire food production system becomes much more expensive. If the price of oil continues to stay high, we are going to see much higher food prices and some forms of food production will no longer make economic sense at all.

    #10 At some point the world could experience a very serious fertilizer shortage. According to scientists with the Global Phosphorus Research Initiative, the world is not going to have enough phosphorous to meet agricultural demand in just 30 to 40 years.

    #11 Food inflation is already devastating many economies around the globe. For example, India is dealing with an annual food inflation rate of 18 percent.

    #12 According to the United Nations, the global price of food reached a new all-time high in February.

    #13 According to the World Bank, the global price of food has risen 36% over the past 12 months.

    #14 The commodity price of wheat has approximately doubled since last summer.

    #15 The commodity price of corn has also about doubled since last summer.

    #16 The commodity price of soybeans is up about 50% since last June.

    #17 The commodity price of orange juice has doubled since 2009.

    #18 There are about 3 billion people around the globe that live on the equivalent of 2 dollars a day or less and the world was already on the verge of economic disaster before this year even began.

    #19 2011 has already been one of the craziest years since World War 2. Revolutions have swept across the Middle East, the United States has gotten involved in the civil war in Libya, Europe is on the verge of a financial meltdown and the U.S. dollar is dying. None of this is good news for global food production.

    #20 There have been persistent rumors of shortages at some of the biggest suppliers of emergency food in the United States.

  • Dom L says:

    1.The law of supply states that: (7.13 points)

    demand increased when supply increases

    if the price of a good increases, firms buy less of it

    if the price of a good increases, the quantity supplied increases

    as people’s income increases, the supply of goods increases

    2.The law of supply states that a decrese in the price of a kayak leads to (7.13 points)

    an increase in the supply of kayaks

    a decrease in the quantity of kayaks supplied

    a decrease in the supply of kayaks

    a increase in the supply of kayaks supplied

    3.The supply curve is upward sloping because (7.13 points)

    as the price increases, suppliers earn more by increasing the quantity they produce

    supply increases as costs rise

    supply increases as productivity increases

    Both answers (a) and (c) are correct

    4.Which of the following increases the quantity supplied of compact discs, by does NOT increase the supply of compact discs (7.13 points)

    an increase in the price of the resources used to produce compact discs

    an increase in the price of a compact disc

    a decrease in the price of a compact disc

    a decrease in the number of suppliers of compact discs

    5.A decrease in the price of a complement used in the production of a good (inputs) leads to (7.13 points)

    a decrease in the supply of the good in question

    and increase in the supply of the good in question

    an increase in the quantity supplied of the good in question

    no change in the supply of the good in question

    6.Which of the following increases the supply of gasoline (7.13 points)

    a decrease in the price of a resource used to produce gasoline, such a crude oil

    a decrease in the demand for gas guzzuling SUV’s

    an increase in the price of gasoline

    a situation where the quantity supplies exceeds the quantity demanded

    7.It it expected that the price of a bushel of wheat will increase in one month. This belief will result in (7.13 points)

    a decrease in future supply of wheat

    no change in current or future supply of wheat

    an increase in current supply of wheat

    a decrease in current supply of wheat

    8.If the number of companies producing computer chips increases, then the (7.16 points)

    supply of memory chips does not change

    quantity of memory chips supplied increases

    supply of memory chips increases

    supply of memory chips decreases

    9.An increase in the number of fast-food restaurants (7.16 points)

    increases the demand for substitutes for fast food meals

    raises the price of fast food meals

    increases the demand for fast food meals

    increases the supply of fast food meals

    10.Researchers have found a hybrid of corn that is cheaper to grow. This technological breakthrough (7.13 points)

    increases the demand for corn

    increases the supply of corn

    decreases the supply of corn

    Both answers (a) and (b) are correct

    11.WHich of the following shifts the supply curve for oranges (7.16 points)

    a newly discoverd increase in the nutritional value of oranges

    an increase in the price of bananas, a substitute for oranges

    an increase in the income for all orange consumers

    disaterous weather that destroys about half of this years orange crop

    12.Which of the following shifts the supply curve for popcorn LEFTWARD (7.16 points)

    a decrease in the number of popcorn suppliers

    a decrease in the price of popcorn

    an increase in the price of popcorn

    a technological development in the production of popcorn

    13.Autoworkers negotiate a wage increase. How does this change affect the supply curve of cars (7.16 points)

    it shifts the supply curve leftward

    it shifts the supply curve rightward

    supply curve slopes upward

    it does not shift the supply curve. There is only a change in the quantity supplied

    14.Over the next several years the number of internet firms is expected to increase. As a result, the supply of internet services will ______ and the supply curve of internet services will shift _______ (7.16 points)

    increase;leftward

    decrease;leftward

    increase;rightward

    decrease;rightward
    15.

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