5 REASONS YOU SHOULD MAKE FOOD STORAGE YOUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY-ACCELERATING YOUR EFFORTS—NOW—MORE THAN EVER

Tuesday, December 13, 2016
By Paul Martin

SurvivalDan101.com
December 13, 2016

Our ever-changing world is becoming a more and more hostile climate for growing plants and feeding animals for food. Between natural disasters and food shortages, the possibilities for starvation or dehydration within the next 50-to-100 years are imminent, though one thing remains certain: food storage will save your life. Those who have prepped for a while know that, although it’s wise to be ready for a monetary collapse or the breakdown of civilization, the likeliest use of their preparations will happen during ordinary “bad times.” Natural or manmade catastrophes and economic difficulties are the times when you’re going to dig into your stockpiles—and find out how prepared you actually are.

Natural Disaster

Hurricane Katrina and even Hurricane Sandy taught us the importance of having not only a few staples—but an arsenal of non-perishable emergency food and water saved up in our homes. Canned goods, water and boxed items saved the lives of people who trapped in their homes or apartments for up to a few weeks.

Though tornadoes tend to strike mostly in the Mid-West, they are popping up more and more in other regions of the country too. A stock of food and water will save lives in those minutes or hours waiting out a tornado.

The country has been rocked by some pretty crazy weather over the past few years, blizzards and earthquakes have become a problem. People can be stuck for days or weeks at a time, without electricity or food and water, depending on their proximity to the nearest store. People in rural areas should stock non-perishables in their cellars and cool, dry places. Even in cities, people can go days without power, so residents should make sure they have enough food on hand to survive until the stores open again.

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