Emergency food supplies come in different size packages and deciding which package is best for you will take some thinking, a little math and some research
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide reviewing different providers of emergency and storable food. Many consumers are concerned about natural disasters and want to make sure they are prepared. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to provide consumers with an in-depth review and useful comparison between the different providers in this emerging industry.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"Nitro-Pak has been in business for 25 years selling emergency food and supplies. The company was founded by Henry Weyandt and is located in Heber City, Utah. They carry many of the top brand names. Nitro-Pak sells emergency foods in the following packages. When the company uses the phrase, 1-year supply, they mean enough food for one person for one year, which is why you will see in descriptions a 1-year package that serves 4 people for 3 months."
"The Ready Store was founded by Jeff and Amy Davis shortly after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and they are located in Draper, Utah. The Ready Store carries the following brands of emergency foods. The Ready Store has a Price Match Guarantee. Their emergency food package prices range from the BASIC year supply of freeze-dried vegetables for $328.25 to the Mountain House 2000 Food Storage 12-month Supply for $9,438.96."
"PrepareWise was founded in 2011 and they are located in Salt Lake City, Utah. They carry only one brand of emergency foods, the Legacy Premium brand. PrepareWise also has a Low Price Guarantee. Their prices range from a current price of $280 for their 120 serving entrée bucket to $7,350 for their Premium 4,320 Serving Package."
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