The dedicated gardener is busy right now planting his/her winter garden. Onions, shallots, asparagus, garlic broad beans, carrots, and even winter salads need to go into the ground right now. Winter and early spring harvest of these foods make them crucial to preppers who grow and store food. Many people...

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By Emergency Food and Supply

The great thing is that almost everyone can agree that disaster could strike, and that being prepared for that is a good thing. Start from whatever common ground you have, and move from there.

You know you need to prep. Maybe you’ve already got some things going and want to ramp up your storage. Maybe you’ve never done any prepping before, but now you’re ready to take the plunge and start getting it all together. But what if the rest of your family needs...

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By Emergency Food and Supply

Really. Why? Why should you be a prepper? Aren’t they all crazy, paranoid hoarders that dream of living off-grid in the wilderness? That’s what makes the news, anyway, usually portrayed in the media as extremists to be kept at arm’s length. So, it might surprise you to realize that, in...

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By Emergency Food and Supply

Stocking 72 hour food kits seem to be a logical choice for anyone hoping to prep for disaster. The recent threat of Hurricane Matthew drove thousands of people to grocery stores, where fistfights were reported in the bottled water sections. Is that really the way you want to live? Natural...

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By Emergency Food and Supply

Yesterday I was visiting with one of our customers who asked me what it meant to be a trusted independent distributor for NuManna.  We had a good visit and I helped her understand all the advantages of ordering NuManna products through our company Emergency Food and Supply. The long and...

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By Emergency Food and Supply
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