Global Food Exchange Responds to Critical Need in the Philippines

Global Food Exchange Responds to Critical Need in the Philippines

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Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

One of the companies actively pursuing a solution to crisis relief is the Global Food Exchange™ (GFE). GFE has a vision for resolving a global inefficiency that costs millions of lives through the provision of nutritious food and clean water to agencies in a highly efficient and prepared manner. GFE understands the importance and role of clean water and nutrition in stabilizing victims and communities following a natural disaster. With that in mind, GFE has created highly nutritious non-GMO, MSG-free, vegetarian emergency meals designed for high stress disaster relief scenarios.

The GFE currently has over 800,000 meals ready to be deployed in the form of Food Relief Vaults (FRVs). A Food Relief Vault or FRV is an ISO shipping container filled with complete dehydrated and freeze-dried meals that can be delivered, hydrated, and served on site to disaster relief victims. The Food Relief Vault is a secure physical storage container held in a secure location as well as a logistical system for shipping specially packaged food for rapid deployment into the world’s most susceptible geographic regions.

The Global Food Exchange™ is a benevolently-minded free market solution that is only as strong as its participants. The mission of the Global Food Exchange™ is to build a prepared global disaster relief network that can quickly following future disasters, external partners and participants are needed.


Contact

  • Mr. Richard Lackey Chairman/CEO 1.800.541.9345
    Global Food Exchange
    +1 800.541.9345
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