Usually, my morning routine is pretty set and I arrive at my job within a couple of minutes. This past Wednesday was a bit slower than normal, or rather I was, as I had not slept very well.
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When I received my two Food Insurance™ backpacks, I added a few items to enhance their use in a survival situation.
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There has been a lot in the news lately about Quantitative Easing round 3 (QE3), and many Americans have wondered what QE3 is, and how is it going to affect them?
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September is National Prepardness month, and Food Insurance™ want’s to help you prepare. We are giving away an Emergency Plus Kit to a random fan on our Facebook page. To be entered in the drawing, click here.
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We have received several questions recently about meal options for individuals with special dietary needs. The most common questions we receive reference gluten free, vegetarian, and low sodium options. At Food Insurance™, our goal is to provide high quality emergency food to everyone. Here is a little bit of information regarding these dietary concerns.
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Many people haven’t started an emergency food storage plan because they don’t think they can afford it. If there is an emergency or natural disaster, this is something they will most likely regret. Here list of ways to start stockpile food for your family that won’t break the bank.
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If you are just beginning your food storage plan, then Food Storage 101 is what you need. Before you begin buying food, you need to make sure the area where you plan to store the food is properly prepped. Here are three simple steps to get your food storage area ready to ensure longer shelf-life.
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Many families put together a food storage plan in order to be prepared for emergencies. Earthquakes, tornadoes, blizzards, hurricanes, even flash floods can cause grocery stores to shut down and can cause roads to be unsafe for travel. It is always a good idea to be prepared just in case you end up not having access to places that sell food.
For many people who are starting a long-term plan, the ultimate goals is to have one-year of food on hand. Here are some basic tips on how to plan for a one-year food supply.
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On Saturday, August 11th, members of the Food Insurance™ team were honored to attend the Homes for Our Troops Key Ceremony for CPL Isaac Jensen.
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Safely storing food is very important. Whether you are stockpiling food for a big event, or putting together a long-term food supply, properly storing your food is essential. We have compiled a list of general guidelines to follow that will ensure the safety of any food you plan on storing for an extended period of time.
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