If a natural disaster such as an earthquake, hurricane, winter storm or any catastrophe occurs, there is a possibility that you might not have access to food and water for several days if not more. It is important to take time now to stockpile emergency food and water supplies for your entire family.
According to FEMA you should maintain a food supply that will last for at least two weeks.
Typical emergency food and water items are meant to last for months or even years. Some products even have a shelf life of over 25 years. The rations can come in the form of meals ready to eat (MREs), dried foods such as powdered soup, egg and milk products, as well as freeze dried products.
Many people purchases these items for adventure minded individuals such as campers, back pack campers, mountain climbers, and hikers. Preppers and Survivalists are also the main purchasers of these items.
For more information on these potentially life saving products, visit our YouTube video on Emergency Food items HERE and friend us on Facebook to receive additional information. You may purchase these types of emergency food items online at our Web Page at http://www.bradleyssurplus.com/ or call 1(800) 503 4954.
Families may even keep smaller food items such as food rations bars, granola bars, candy bars etc in their car emergency kit. See our YouTube video and blog on Emergency Kits HERE.
The FEMA and Red Cross booklet is an excellent source of further information on emergency rations and water supply. Bradley’s is committed to help individuals in case on natural disasters, adventurers, preppers and survivalists by being a source of information with our blogs and YouTube videos and by providing a source to purchase these items from a company that focuses on excellent customer service.
For further information on this subject, FEMA and Red Cross has published a 16 page booklet on Food and Water in Emergency. The link to that booklet is http://www.fema.gov/pdf/library/f&web.pdf.Read More