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Did you know that Costco has entered the world of emergency food storage? Maybe you are a Costco member and this isn’t news to you. However, to many who weren’t paying attention, a few years ago Costco entered the game in a big way.
They offer all sorts of items to their customers, from emergency kits to first aid options. This is a very interesting move and it almost makes you wonder if more people are preparing than ever before. Could America be on their way to getting more prepared?
One of the most “prepper” items that Costco has to offer is a 1 year freeze dried food storage supply. This food supply is brimming with potential and its priced pretty well for a years worth of foods storage. Its also substantial, its not a skimpy order.
Its called the Nutristore 1 YEAR Premium Food Kit with 36,000 servings that averages 2000 calories per person per day. There is a lot to talk about this years supply of food so lets get into it.
First and foremost buying a year of food storage is as much a space commitment as it is a financial one. What you will find out is that you are going to a tremendous amount of food arrive at your door. So consider that before making any large food storage purpose.
This is an assortment of 600 cans that are filled with vegetables, fruits, grains and proteins. There is no actual meat in this food storage. Its all TVP protein. If you are unfamiliar with this product its called textured vegetable protein and is mostly soy. That is something to consider.
Beyond that the years worth of food storage is worth checking out if you are into serious food storage this might be a great buy for you. Its also great to know that we have a big buyer on our side like Costco.
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