Rising School Food Prices Is National Trend; Food4Patriots Responds with Suggestion to Stockpile Affordable Good Food Now

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Continuing food price increases and the potential for food shortages due to continuing droughts in the U.S. have led Food4Patriots to recommend that people stockpile good food now for an emergency.

Food4Patriots will be launching soon to help people be prepared for an emergency situation.

According to a recent article in the San Antonio Express-News, the rise of local school food prices for the 2013-14 academic year reflects a national trend.

In addition to the overall rise in the cost of food, reasons for the increase include federal requirements connected to the National School Lunch Program. Mandates for healthier fare, including a higher percentage of vegetables in school lunches, usually involve price increases.

Food4Patriots, the supplier of emergency food suitable for long-term storage, survival and emergency preparedness, recommends that people stock up on affordable, healthy foods now in preparation for an unanticipated crisis that could result in even higher food prices, food shortages and poorer food quality.

Food4Patriots will be launching soon to help people be prepared for an emergency situation. Among the nutritious foods that will be part of the Food4Patriots’ 72-Hour Emergency Kit, 4-Week Emergency Kit and 3-Month Emergency Kit are:

  •     Mountain Man Granola
  •     Apple Orchard Oatmeal
  •     Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup
  •     Blue Ribbon Cheesy Chicken Rice
  •     Ol’ 49ers Hearty Chili
  •     Creamy Beef Stroganoff
  •     Frank’s Five-Star Minestrone.

Those who order one of the Food4Patriots Emergency Kits will also receive four reports: “The Top 10 Items Sold Out After Crisis,” “The Water Survival Guide,” “The Survival Garden Guide” and “How to Cut Your Grocery Bills in Half.”

Check out this Power4Patriots blog post to learn what are the top 10 food items that will be sold out quickly following a crisis.

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