Store It Foods is More than Storing Foods

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One look at the URL for http://www.StoreItFoods.com and it's easy for one to think that they have it pegged. But it's more than Rubbermaid bins and aluminum foil. The website boasts a selection of food dehydrators, pressure canners and water purifiers, amongst other items. With a site like this, a trip to the grocery store for canned food and bottle water isn't even necessary.

What we're carrying are products that can be of immense use to people in emergencies, times of lack and simply as a way of saving money in a helpful and beneficial way.

One look at the URL for http://www.StoreItFoods.com and it's easy for one to think that they have it pegged. But it's more than Rubbermaid bins and aluminum foil. The website boasts a selection of food dehydrators, pressure canners and water purifiers, amongst other items. With a site like this, a trip to the grocery store for canned food and bottle water isn't even necessary.

"I have always been a believer that you need to be prepared," explained Gary Palmer. "What I carry on my site allows for self-sufficiency."

Palmer started the website http://www.StoreItFoods.com two years ago when he was diversifying his options with an online venture. "I wanted to have a website that was going to be something that I was interested in and that I felt was really needed," he said.

Building your own food reserves can be a pricey process, but with the prices that Palmer sets, they are affordable, and they'll no doubt come in handy. "I'm hoping that people realize the value of what we've got," said Palmer. "What we're carrying are products that can be of immense use to people in emergencies, times of lack and simply as a way of saving money in a helpful and beneficial way."

Also on his plate, Palmer has put together a blog (http://www.StoreItFoodsBlog.com) to coincide with his webstore. "I'll be elaborating on some of the products on the website," said Palmer, "as well as touching on topics on that are thematically for people who are looking to be prepared. You never know when bad times will come and I want to use the blog to simply be helpful."

Palmer recognizes that some individuals may not want to think of the bad, but in the wake of natural or financial disasters, he is offering a way for people to make it. "I hope my customers know that I'm not trying to lead anyone on," he said. "I am honest and forthright with what I offer people. I want this website to be a beneficial outlet for everyone because I believe it can be."

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