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Food4Patriots Offers Wide Variety of Food

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Variety isn’t only the spice of life, it’s important physically and psychologically. Food4Patriots provides a wide variety of foods in its emergency food kits.

March 13, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

If people are hungry enough – and following a disaster when store shelves are stripped bare in a matter of hours, plenty of them will be – they will eat almost anything and be grateful for it. But if the crisis lingers and people start digging more deeply into their emergency food supply, they’re going to start craving some variety.

And that’s one of the reasons why Food4Patriots (www.Food4Patriots.com) has sold more than 13 million meals since launching last summer. The wide variety of food available in the company’s 72-hour, four-week and three-month emergency food kits will keep families satisfied for as long as they are using them.

“When we started putting together our emergency food kits, the first two things that came to mind were taste and nutrition,” said Allen Baler, partner at Food4Patriots. “We knew that those two aspects would be extremely important for people who had become dependent upon their emergency food supplies following a disaster.

“But a close third is variety because no matter how hungry you are, you’d rather not have to keep eating the exact same thing day after day. A variety of foods will not only provide different and essential vitamins and nutrients, but also a big psychological lift. And when you’re in survival mode, mental health is just as important as physical health.”

The food in Food4Patriots emergency kits can be prepared in less than 20 minutes and requires nothing more than boiling water. It is kept in easy-to-store Mylar pouches, which keep out air, moisture and light. Shelf lives are up to 25 years.

A typical 72-hour kit (16 servings) would include:

• Liberty Bell Potato Cheddar Soup (4 servings)

• Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup (4)

• Blue Ribbon Cheesy Rice (4)

• Broccoli & Cheese Soup (4)

A typical 2-week kit (72 servings) would include:

• Mountain Man Granola (16 servings)

• Whey Milk (16)

• Instant White Rice (10)

• Chocolate Pudding (10)

• Heartland’s Best Mashed Potatoes (8)

• Blue Ribbon Cheesy Rice (8)

• Summer’s Best Corn Chowder (4)

A typical 4-week kit (140 servings) would include:

• Mountain Man Granola (24 servings)

• Whey Milk (24)

• Instant White Rice (10)

• Chocolate Pudding (10)

• Heartland’s Best Mashed Potatoes (8)

• Blue Ribbon Cheesy Rice (8)

• Summer’s Best Corn Chowder (8)

• Apple Orchard Oatmeal (8)

• Creamy Chicken Alfredo (8)

• Liberty Bell Potato Cheddar Soup (8)

• Creamy Beef Stroganoff (8)

• Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup (8)

• Mixed Fruit Blend (8)

A typical 4-week gluten-free kit (140 servings) would include:

• Apple Orchard Oatmeal (32 servings)

• Blue Ribbon Cheesy Rice (20)

• Summer’s Best Corn Chowder (20)

• Liberty Bell Potato Cheddar Soup (20)

• Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup (16)

• Broccoli & Cheese Soup (16)

• Louisiana Au Gratin Potatoes (8)

• Southwest Enchilada Soup (8)

A typical 3-month kit (450 servings) would include:

• Whey Milk (80 servings)

• Mountain Man Granola (56)

• Apple Orchard Oatmeal (32)

• Blue Ribbon Cheesy Rice (32)

• Heartland’s Best Mashed Potatoes (32)

• Chocolate Pudding (30)

• Summer’s Best Corn Chowder (24)

• Liberty Bell Potato Cheddar Soup (24)

• Instant White Rice (20)

• Creamy Chicken Alfredo (20)

• Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup (20)

• Creamy Beef Stroganoff (16)

• White Cheddar Pasta (16)

• Mixed Fruit Blend (16)

• Broccoli & Cheese Soup (8)

• Independence Hall Chicken Noodle Soup (8)

• Louisiana Au Gratin Potatoes (8)

• Traveler’s Stew (8)

Those who order one of the Food4Patriots Emergency Kits also receive four reports: “Top 10 Items Sold Out After Crisis,” “The Water Survival Guide,” “The Survival Garden Guide” and “How to Cut Your Grocery Bills in Half.”

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