This Long Term Food Storage Deluxe Survival Kit has all of the food and supplies you will need to keep you safe for an extended period of time. There are 44 Long Term Food Storage Meals in this kit that will feed 1 Person for 14 days or 2 People for 1 Week. It is all packaged in our New Guardian Duffle Bag which makes traveling with the kit even easier.
This Long Term Food Storage Essentials Kit has all of the food and supplies you will need to keep you safe for an extended period of time. There are 44 Long Term Food Storage Meals in this kit that will feed 1 Person for 14 days or 2 People for 1 Week. It is all packaged in our large Hikers Backpack.
This 72 hour long term food storage kit has all of the food and supplies you will need to keep you safe for 3 full days. There are 12 servings of food, which will give one person 4 servings a day, or 2 people 2 servings per day. It is all packaged in our large Hikers Backpack.
Your Survival Kit Needs to Have Enough Food in It and be easy to transport
One thing that differentiates a long term food survival kit from other emergency kits is the amount of food included along with your other survival needs . Most emergency kits include one to three days worth of food such as our 72-hour Survival Kit, whereas a food storage survival kit can contain enough food for two weeks (for one person). This additional food in your food survival kit not only increases your potential survival time, but will also provide you with more calories per meal to help you keep your energy up. Using our high quality duffel bag to carry your food survival kit with emergency supplies will also allow you to travel with a number of additional items as well.
Most people feel that if a disaster should occur they would have enough food in their kitchen or pantry to handle their emergency food needs. Two big reasons that you don’t want to rely on canned foods for your food survival kit is they have a short shelf life (2-3 years) and need to be rotated often and they are heavy, bulky, and difficult to carry which is something most people overlook. One can of soup can weigh over a pound and a jar of peanut butter up to 2 pounds. This is why making the survival food packs as small and light as possible allows you to carry as much food as possible with minimum amount of effort.