We’ve heard it before, preparing your family with the sufficient amount of food storage for 1 – 6 months can be very daunting. It’s already hard enough calculating how much food you need for a week so how can you know everything you’ll need in preparation for up to 6 months? At the Ready Store, we’ve built three different long term food storage kits that’ll cater to everyone’s prepping needs.
ClassicPrep Food Storage Kit – 1,300 – 2,000 Daily Caloric Intake Value
The ClassicPrep food storage kit is built for preppers who want to cook most of their own recipes. To help simplify the process, you have the option to choose between 1300
and 2000 daily caloric value food storage kits. You’ll find a variety of bread mixes, beans, and other essentials to make delicious foods. This food storage kit is available in 3, 6 or 12 months of bulk food and has a shelf life of 10 - 20 years.
FlexPrep Food Storage Kit – 1,600 or 2,000 Daily Caloric Intake Value
The FlexPrep food storage kit is perfect for emergency preparedness folks who would like all of the cooking essentials plus freeze dried meals, fruits, and vegetables. Most of the freeze-dried meals take 20 minutes or less to make. The FlexPrep food storage kits can be purchased with a 1600 or 2000 daily caloric value and has a shelf life of up to 25 years.
ReadyPrep Food Storage Kit – 2,000 Calorie or 2,400 Daily Caloric Intake Value
ReadyPrep food storage kits are ideal for families who want little to no preparation with their long term food storage meals. You’ll have a variety of dehydrated foods and freeze dried fruits and vegetables to choose from. You can purchase ReadyPrep with 2000 to 2,400 daily caloric values with a shelf life of 20 - 30 years.
When purchasing long-term food storage kits, make sure that you are purchasing products that you and your family are comfortable preparing with limited supplies. We recommend when rotating food storage, that you should have family members make at least one meal from the ingredients. If it helps, compile a recipe book of your favorites and keep it close to your food storage.
What foods do you like to include in your food storage?