Your local food supplies will run out quick, so you must be prepared. MREs are one of the best ways to take care of yourself and your family during a manmade or natural disaster, and you can rest assured knowing you will have nourishment in the event of a major emergencies.
Fulton, NY (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
This winter, CampingSurvival.com has stocked up on its selection of MREs (Meals Ready to Eat). Because natural disasters and emergencies are highly probable during strong weather conditions, the Web site recommends preparing urban survival kits stocked with MREs and other potentially life-saving materials.
"While most people don't want to accept that they may have to deal with a manmade or natural disaster, it's a real possibility," said Tom Sciacca, CEO of CampingSurvival.com. "Your local food supplies will run out quick, so you must be prepared. MREs are one of the best ways to take care of yourself and your family during a manmade or natural disaster, and you can rest assured knowing you will have nourishment in the event of a major emergencies."
The MREs, originally designed by the U.S. Department of Defense, help provide the body with fuel during long, rigorous days. The hearty entrees can be eaten hot or cold and have a long shelf life. Leading nutritionists and chefs designed them to be tasty and nutritional. They are then packaged in convenient pouches, using the latest food-storage technology, which gives them a full flavor during their multi-year shelf life.
CampingSurvival.com sells Sopakco MREs, the leading brand of MREs with the U.S. military. Each case is made up of six menu types, providing a wide variety of entrees. For more information about MREs, please visit http://www.campingsurvival.com/fulmremilrea.html.
About CampingSurvival.com (http://www.campingsurvival.com)
CampingSurvival.com is a subsidiary of JHL Supply, a leading vendor of HVAC tools and equipment. CampingSurvival.com carries thousands of first aid and emergency supplies, including MREs (Meals Ready to Eat), which need no water to reconstitute and can be eaten right out of the bag, Water Purification systems and Go Bags, recommended by the National Hurricane Center, and other necessities needed for survival in case of a manmade or natural disaster.
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