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  1. Community Emergency Survival Guide Part 1: How Local Organizations Can Help Neighbors Prepare for Disasters

    Community Emergency Survival Guide Part 1: How Local Organizations Can Help Neighbors Prepare for Disasters
    Immediately following a natural disaster or other emergencies, it seems like everything comes to a sudden stop. Electricity and the internet could stop working, roadways might be blocked, and it could take days, even weeks, for help to arrive. It can seem like you are all alone. To make matters worse, those of us who stay prepared will feel the...
  2. Will Supermarket Shelves Be Empty Again this Winter? Here’s What We Know.

    Will Supermarket Shelves Be Empty Again this Winter? Here’s What We Know.
    As the second wave of COVID-19 builds, this could lead to another shortage at grocery stores and other retail locations. This shortage, however, could be worse than just a lack of toilet paper and sanitation supplies. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that grocery stores were “stockpiling and building pandemic pallets” ahead of what could be a long winter and...
  3. Even When the Pandemic Ends, These 3 Food Supply Issues Will Continue.

    Even When the Pandemic Ends, These 3 Food Supply Issues Will Continue.
    Cities around the country are relaxing lockdown measures and slowly opening back up following the COVID-19 outbreak. Even though we will finally be through this 2020 nightmare eventually, there is one issue that could rear its ugly head - and it’s one that not many people are talking about. There is a possible upcoming food crisis coming, with experts saying...
  4. Emergency Guides 101 - 3 Things You Can Do to Survive the Aftermath

    Emergency Guides 101 - 3 Things You Can Do to Survive the Aftermath
    This is the first installment in our series on everything you need to know to survive a natural disaster or an emergency. Federal organizations like FEMA and the Red Cross recommend that you have a two-week supply of food, water, and other supplies to stay prepared for an emergency scenario. The bare minimum is 3 days, but ensuring that you...
  5. Long-Term Food Storage VS Grocery Store Food

    Long-Term Food Storage VS Grocery Store Food
    Now more than ever, Americans have an abundance of food options. In a typical grocery store, you’ll find over 50,000 options on average! But when it comes to long-term food storage some people opt for long-term food suppliers over the typical grocery store. The vast amount of options can be confusing and you can end up spending too much if...

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