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Before you Invest - Have a Test
Building a food storage can be a big investment, and just like buying a car, you want to try it out first. This special offer will allow you to sample our industry-leading food before making your decision to invest. We're so sure you'll love our food, we slashed20% off your Valley Food Sampler!
The Valley Food Sampler is a clean and natural sampler pack that includes1 of each category of food we offer, giving you 5 full-sized pouches of delicious freeze-dried food. The Valley Food Sampler contains some of our most popular foods, including:
We feel so strongly about our food - we stand behind it 100%. After-all, it's the same food we feed our own families.
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We were in the process of moving and I needed an easy side for dinner. My VF order came in and I reached for the macaroni and cheese. I was very pleasantly surprised with the flavor and ease as was my husband. I chose VF because of their clean ingredients and soy-free options. I'll be staying with them for the quality and convenience!
I just tried a couple of things because I'm saving it. The food is just plain good food without a bunch of junk in it to give it flavor. I don't normally buy sample packs but I decided to get this one so that I could sample a few things to see if I would like to buy more of a particular item. I will definitely buy again. Have food questions? Talk to Frank. He knows about all of it and will help you.
Got my sampler and I am determined to try them all. If you just buy stable food but don't try it, you may be in for a miserable existence should you ever have to rely upon it. I've now had two entrees and two fruits: all good. Not just palatable, but actually good, and that's important if you're planning on living 30 years or more into the future. Why? Read on to find out. I justify my SHTF food supply in two ways, the first one is obvious. But if I should become strapped for cash as a senior (at 60, I;m not there, yet) I also won't starve. Sure, I have social security kicking in in a few years and some annuities I bought a decade ago and rolled over will pay more than SS, but it's not certain that money will have the same value it does, now, nor that the entities providing this income will still be around when I'm Dad's age (90). I still go hiking/camping so I run through some of the SHTF stores every year, and I also set aside a couple days a month to use the oldest of my SHTF stores....I've been doing this "prepper" thing since they called us "survivalists". You see, it's not just important to have a stash of food for you and yours, it's important to cycle through it as well. If you don't do that, you may find yourself with a year supply of expiring food in a couple of decades. While I usually consume the oldest things in my stash, I will admit that I just throw some of it out because (a) it's expired and (b) the reason it's expired is that I couldn't get myself to prepare it -- peanut butter on crackers was preferable. This is a tough lesson to learn, but I learned it honestly: stash what you will actually eat because you'll probably be eating it one day. No possibly: probably. All that said, I wish Valley FS offered smaller packs for sampling. I can go through the fruit packs in one sitting, but the entrees take several meals to consume. I still have enough chicken risotto for a couple of lunches, and while it is good (especially with some fresh grated parmesan), I do like variety absent SHTF challenges. Think about it, Valley FS...half sizes would do the trick for me and most others with 4 and under in their households. Anyhow, thanks for clearly caring about your customers enough to develop emergency foods that are not just calories to choke down. Kudos and keep up the good work!
Easy to prepare, tasted great!