How Much Food Should I Store for an Emergency?

National Terror Alert Response Center recommends two weeks of food

National Terror Alert Response Center recommends two weeks of food

The question everyone always asks is, “How much food should I store?” Well, let’s look at that.

It is universally agreed that 72 hours is the minimum amount of food and water you should have on hand for each person. What’s funny is that even the branches of government don’t agree on this issue.

The National Terror Alert Response Center recommends this:

“Even though it is unlikely that an emergency would cut off your food supply
for two weeks, you should prepare a supply that will last that long.”

If you have a family of four and you don’t think two weeks of food is enough, then you could choose a larger amount of food.

Here are links to different sizes of freeze dried food supplies from Mountain House food. Click the one you are interested in and purchase it:

Feed one person for 72 hours

Feed one person for 7 days

Feed one person for 14 days

Feed one person for 45 days

Feed four people for 1.5 months

Feed four people for 3 months

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[Edit: Above links not working, please go to source for working links]


Go to Source (FreezeDriedSurvivalFood.com)

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