On November 6th, 2005, I was pregnant with my first child when a natural disaster struck on an unseasonably warm day. I had witnessed tornadoes in the past, but none of them compared to this one. While it didn’t damage my home, it had destroyed a lot of homes nearby. My family and I were also without electricity for nearly a week. None of us were prepared for any of that! However, this experience taught me to always have flashlights, batteries, candles, and enough food and water if disaster unexpectedly strikes again.
A pandemic, earthquakes, extreme weather situations, evacuations, or even an unexpected job loss are all reasons to consider maintaining an emergency food supply. Having an adequate amount of food storage will sustain you and your household when shopping for groceries isn’t feasible. Any of these scenarios could necessitate the need for emergency food rations. Everyone should prepare for the worst-case situation as part of their emergency plan to ensure that they have access to water, food, shelter, and other basic necessities.
Prep for Emergencies with Hibernate Emergency Food
That’s why having an emergency food storage like Hibernate Emergency Food comes into play. You will always have food if you have an emergency food supply, regardless of what is going on around you. FEMA recommends at least 2 weeks’ worth of food storage for each individual. Hibernate has individual food containers (2-week supply, $179; 1-month supply, $299) as well as a set of food containers that can last anywhere from 3 months – 1 year.
Each container from Hibernate includes a variety of freeze-dried and dehydrated meals. You’ll find meals like Hearty Vegetable Chicken-Flavored Soup, Fettucine Alfredo, Maple Brown Sugar Oatmeal, Italiano Marinara Pasta, and Mushroom Rice Pilaf, to name a few. There are no filler products, such as sweetened drink mix or white rice, to enhance the number of servings. Everything is well preserved and ready for a simple, add-water preparation that will yield meals that meet your requirements. Each container also has up to 25 years of shelf-life.