Sunday, February 20, 2011

Wise Foods - at deeply discounted prices

If you haven't already, checkout http://www.wisefoodstorage.com/ and see their food storage options.  This is the same product that readymade is offering.  They also have 72 hour kits and all levels of dehydrated and freeze dried foods available.
 
I have recently become a dealer/distributer for them and can offer my readers a VERY deeply discounted price. 
 
I am in the process of setting up a website (go daddy sucks- long story), and will let you know once I launch it.
 
Until then, if you'd like to place an order, pick out what you want on their website and then send me an e-mail with the order.
 
I promise that my prices will be the best you can find anywhere- if you find it cheaper I'll beat it by another 10%- shipping included.
 
The way I see myself using their foods is in supplementing my wheat, beans, and rice.  They specialize in gourmet-type freeze dried stuff.  
REALLY tasty stuff- try a free sample from their website.  I would use their meals once or twice a week in the event of an emergency as a comfort food.  Imagine lasagna, chicken al-a king, or stroganoff easily prepared by just adding hot water!  What a mental difference that could make in a high-stress situation where you would normally be reduced to eating wheat berries.  I'm adding at least 10 buckets to supplement my current stocks.
 
Anyhow, until I get my e-commerce site up, I thought I would pass this offer along to my readers. 
 
For example, they have a 1 month supply - 2 servings of food per day for 4 adults or 2 adults and 4 children. Also equals a 4 month supply - 2 servings a day for 1 adult. (Two 5-gallon buckets full of food)  They list it for $450 plus $40 shipping.  Not a bad deal.  But my price to you would be even better (e-mail for prices so low, I legally can't advertise them)- just put "wise foods" in the Subject with what you are interested in and I'll send you lowest the price, shipping included. 
 
 
Thanks,
 

1 comment:

Le Loup said...

Wow!!! Food sure is expensive in the USA. I fill a large shopping trolley for less than half that price here in Australia. I had no idea food prices were that high in the US!
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