Why Store Food?
The events and circumstances we are facing here in America are so unfamiliar to most of us, but yet so serious, that we each must wisely choose how we will face our future. Differences in lifestyle do not matter when it comes to your family's greatest dependency: food.
History has proven over and over again that food is the beginning solution to almost every major problem, particularly those involving independence, freedom, security, and even survival. Food always has been, is now, and forever will be, the greatest dependency we have, as well as the most comforting source of safety and security.
Here are some of the reasons people are storing food:
Runaway Inflation: One in six Americans currently worry about getting food daily. When Germany and Argentina followed the same inflationary path that the United States is presently on, the price of a loaf of bread doubled daily until it cost billions of each country's currency units.
Global Warming: Whether real or fabricated, the concept of "Global Warming" will likely be used to control fertilization of crops, taxation of farmers, and control of how much and what foods we can buy. Legislation is being proposed that would prevent people from gardening and mandate what farmers would grow and how they would grow it. To plant gardens for hard times is good council if you can, but the majority of our population has no place or time to plant them.
Food Quality: Imported food from countries with no safety standards for insecticides, fertilizers, bacterial and chemical contamination have entered our country's foods and have proven to be very dangerous. A supply of food of which you have a thorough background knowledge helps to eliminate those risks.
Emergency Preparedness: Having an emergency food supply is simply the smart thing to do. No one knows when a natural disaster (earthquake, fire , flood or storm) may strike, and access to your local food store may not be an option.
Job Loss: The emotional impact of job loss and illness can be significantly reduced when people have a strong savings account of food.
Storms and Weather: Catastrophic events, as we have seen, could make food impossible to transport, destroy crops, and isolate people from supplies. Serious American crop failures are creating shortages of food to be processed into supplies for people to store, even though you may not have seen these shortages yet in the grocery stores.
Help Others: A food supply can be used to help your family, friends, neighbors, or anyone in need.
There may be other reasons people decide a food reserve is the right thing to do. What’s your reason? When you are ready to build your own food reserve, eFoodsDirect has designed a solution for any possible situation you will face to ensure you have control over your greatest dependency: food.
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