In The Aftermath Of a Disaster, Do You Really Want To Be Dependent on FEMA To Feed Your Family?

Sunday, September 30, 2018
By Paul Martin

Amy S.
September 30, 2018

If you have sought out this Wiki page, you probably already have some reasons in mind to embark on a food storage program, but if you are still on the fence about acting on your concerns, here are some questions to consider:

In the event of a local natural disaster, such as a severe winter storm, hurricane, or earthquake, do you really want to be part of the chaotic rush of people flooding your local grocery store and fighting over the last box of mac-n-cheese?
In the aftermath of a local natural disaster, do you really want to be dependent on FEMA to feed your family?
What if you are forced to shelter-in-place because of a viral outbreak or chemical contamination in your area? Would you have enough food in your home to stay there for an extended period, or would you be forced to expose your family to the threat to obtain food?
What if an economic or credit crisis shutdown the banking system (and all commercial trade and food transportation systems) for an extended period? Are you confident that you would be able to find someone willing trade their food for your dollars (or silver and gold coins)?
What if you lost your employment and/or income for several months — could you still feed your family during this period?
What if food prices soared for any reason, be it a major drought, a geopolitical event, an energy crisis, or just old-fashioned Wall Street profiteering. Would you be able to cope?
All of these are legitimate concerns for any conscientious person, but there is one other reason to embark on a food storage program that has nothing to do with any “doom or gloom” scenario: It can save you a significant amount of money over the long term. How much money you save depends on which approach to home food storage that you take, but before we delve into that, let’s take a detailed look at the three different types of food products used in home food storage.

The Three Primary Types of Food Storage Products

The Rest…HERE

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