The world has never been so unpredictable. The rise of natural disasters, war, and economic instability have led to a need for emergency food kits. Emergency food kits are becoming more popular as the world becomes more unstable. One thing we all learned from the latest pandemic is that no one is immune to empty store shelves. Having a supply of survival food on hand is an insurance plan against your family going hungry.
It is important to be prepping for the future. You never know what might happen and it is always better to have the emergency food supplies ready before you need them. Once disaster happens, it’s too late to put together enough long term food storage to keep your family fed. The CDC recommends having at least 3 days of food storage, but we all know that in the event of a real disaster, food supplies could be disrupted for weeks or months or even longer, so know what to stock up on. Having survival food on hand ensures that you’re not at the mercy of a fickle government agency or handouts from your neighbors.
The key to long-term food storage is not just about storing up a lot of food. It’s about storing the right food in the right way. Ask yourself this: when you go to the grocery store, does it bother you to buy food that is packed with artificial ingredients, chemicals, and just plain junk? If so, pay close attention to the nutrition labels on the survival food you buy. The long term food storage industry is full of producers who pack their foods with cheap junk and empty calories to decrease their costs. You will never find that at Valley Food Storage. We produce a clean, simple emergency food supply that has the same ingredients you’d use in your own cooking.
Simple and recognizable ingredients without fillers, hemicals, or added junk.
Food shouldn't be a science experiment. We ensure all of our ingredients are non-GMO.
Empty calories leave with feeling sluggish. We provide high-quality calories to keep you sharp.
Emergency food supplies are only as useful as they are safe and accessible. Having a stack of survival food kits that have spoiled from poor storage or contain foods your family won’t eat isn’t much of a help. You’ll want to occasionally cook foods from your long term food storage to make sure it’s enjoyable and you don’t struggle to prepare it for the first time when you’re under a stressful emergency. One of the reasons we offer a 72 hour emergency food kit is to give you a selection of foods for a low price that you can try out before you have to rely on them. Then make sure to keep your survival food in a dry cool place. Often a shelf in the basement or a closet in the interior of your home make good, temperature stable survival food storage locations.