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Benefits & Description
30 Year Shelf Life | Open & Drink | BPA Free
• Keep your family safe in an emergency
Drinking water is essential for survival and having a supply on tap for 30 years • Feel confident in your preparations
This canned water has a shelf-life of 30 YEARS, so you never have to worry about it going bad or needing to be rotated. • Be prepared no matter what happens
This supply provides enough drinking water for one person for 365 days, guarding against almost any emergency where your water could be cut off or contaminated. • Safe water supply
Canned water is purified with added minerals and increased alkalinity. • Be prepared with easy water storage
Storing water the old-fashioned way can be time consuming and difficult, but with canned water, all you have to do is open the top and it's ready to be consumed! NOTE: According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the American Red Cross, individuals should drink at least half a gallon (64 fl. oz.) of water per day in an emergency situation. This supply offers you at least 64 fl. oz. of drinking water per day - and then some - for one person.
No matter what other preparations you make, the fact still remains: water will always be one of the most important—if not the most important—aspect of all your emergency preparations. You can survive days or weeks without food, but it doesn't take very long at all before dehydration starts to take its toll. Water is a precious commodity in emergencies, and it can become scarce in any sort of disaster. In a best-case scenario, you would never have a reason to dip into your water storage. But the truth is, emergencies and natural disasters do happen, and they rarely give us time to prepare.
By stocking up now, you avoid having to rush to find fresh water if a natural disaster, chemical spill, or some other kind of disaster strikes your area. Floods, earthquakes, mudslides, bursting pipes, and droughts are just a few of the emergencies that could cause you and your family to run short on water. It's better to prepare now and never use your supply than to be left empty-handed when something does happen.
This supply will last you for an entire year, and each can is filled with 42 fl. oz. of water, adding up to 23,688 fl. oz. of water for one year. That means each day, you'll be getting 64 fl. oz. of water every day!
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What's In-the-Box?1-Year Supply of Canned Drinking Water - 564 Cans (47 Pieces)(47) 7-Day Supply of Canned Drinking Water - 12 Cans
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: WA0001X48 Supply Duration: 12-Month Brand: World Grocer Dimensions (LxWxH): 16" x 12" x 5" Container Type: Box Volume: 23,688 fl. oz.
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