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Emergency food kits

Find the Best Food Survival Kits at Sam's Club

When it comes to putting together emergency supplies, The United States Department of Homeland Security has a list of recommendations for every American family. The official list, which is available on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) website, includes one gallon of water per person for at least three days, and a three-day supply of non-perishable food. Depending on where you live and what types of emergencies you're preparing for, you may want to consider having supplies for longer than three days.

Sam's Club is your headquarters for emergency supplies. Stock up on food, water and other essentials for earthquake survival, storm survival or general winter survival. When you're prepared, there's no emergency you can't handle.

Emergency Food Survival Kits

Once you've calculated how much food and water you'd like to put into your emergency survival kit, check out the wholesale survival kits at Sam's Club. There are lots of food storage kits available, some of which will feed a family of four for an entire year. There are also water storage and filtration systems along with a wide variety of bottled water. If you decide to use bottled water, store it in a cool, dry place that doesn't get any direct sunlight.

Survival Food Storage

One of the benefits to buying food storage kits is that they are packaged for long-term storage. For example, the Augason Farms 45-Day Super Food Vault comes in a durable industrial tote that's stackable and easy to store. The technology used to make the bin extends the shelf life far beyond other non-perishable foods, such as canned items.

Survival Food List

If you prefer to put your own emergency survival kit together, consider getting a variety of non-perishable food that will provide proper nutrition for your family and be easy to prepare and eat. Some items you might want to put on your survival food list:

  • Beans
  • Grains
  • Coffee
  • Hot chocolate
  • Milk powder
  • Ready-made entrees
  • Dehydrated fruits
  • Dehydrated vegetables
  • Baking mixes
  • Packets of soup
  • Water for drinking and preparing food

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