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  • Deal of the Week
    Gourmet Reserves Versatile 3 Month Food System

    Special Offer – Gourmet Reserves Food Systems

    by Jason Wiskerchen

    Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 8:28 PM

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    10% Special Discount for PeakProsperity.com Readers

    We are pleased to announce that PrepareDirect is offering PeakProsperity.com members a special discount of 10% off all Gourmet Reserves Food Systems.

    Gourmet Reserves, the food reserves division of AlpineAire Foods was introduced in 1989 to address the growing need for high quality, convenient, familiar, and real shelf-stable food products. The emphasis is on nutritious freeze-dried, instant, and specially dehydrated foods that include both a wide variety of exciting complete meal recipes, and many individual items. 

    Click here to take advantage of this offer; use Coupon Code: PEAKFOOD10, exclusive to PeakProsperity.com readers. Click Here for this offer.

     

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  • Deal of the Week
    Freeze-Dried Food Storage - Bulk Sale

    Freeze-Dried Food Bulk Sale

    Special offer from Prepare Direct
    by Jason Wiskerchen

    Saturday, October 13, 2012, 4:41 AM

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    5% Special Discount for PeakProsperity.com Readers

    We are pleased to announce that PrepareDirect is offering PeakProsperity.com members a special discount of 5% off all Bulk Freeze-Dried Basic Ingredients (this is an additional 5% off PrepareDirect's low prices). 

    Click here to take advantage of this offer; use Coupon Code: PEAKBULK, exclusive to PeakProsperity.com readers. Click here for this offer.

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  • What Should I Do?

    The Language of Food Storage

    Master the vernacular
    by Denis Korn

    Sunday, June 17, 2012, 1:05 PM

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    When beginning down the path of resiliency building and preparedness planning, one must look at the need for food on a daily basis as well as the possible events that would require the use of stored food and emergency rations.  This subject can be expansive and confusing at times.  There are lots of options and choices available to meet  your nutritional needs.  This article and explanation of terms will hopefully clarify the many aspects and terminology of long-term food storage and help shed light on this important component of resiliency building. 

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  • Blog

    CM.com Alert: Food Storage Shortage Risk Emerging

    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, December 10, 2010, 3:47 PM

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    After hearing reports of depleting inventories of pre-packaged, ready-to-purchase stored food, CM.com did a little investigating. It turns out there’s truth behind the rumor.

    Yesterday, Zero Hedge observed:

    It appears that Mountain House, which is one of the better purveyors of freeze dried food and holds over 30 servings and last for 20 years because they are packed with nitrogen rather than oxygen, is now sold out of all #10 cans. And for those who go to NitroPak, which sells these products, they have the following message:

    ***CURRENT INVENTORY UPDATE***

    There is currently EXTREMELY high demand for all of our Mountain House foods nationwide due to current economic uncertainty and inflation fears. With this increase in demand, our food order processing times have increased also. As Mountain House’s leading distributor, we are receiving huge shipments weekly to fill our customer orders. We are shipping as quickly as we can. Your charge card will not be charged-up until we are ready to process your order. Thank you for your understanding and patience! Harry R Weyandt President

    Nitro-Pak is one of the distributors we often recommend to our readers, so we started there. Sure enough, the above inventory update is prominently posted.

    I then placed a call to The Ready Store, whose products we link to from the Storing Food section of our ‘What Should I Do?’ guide. They also include a lot of Mountain House products in their food packages. They, too, are seeing high demand, which is affecting their promised shipping times.

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