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Survival Food

If the toilet paper fiasco of 2020 taught us anything, it’s that you never know how people will react when supply shortages increase. While not having enough toilet paper is unfortunate, not having enough food or water can be detrimental. To avoid this type of situation, make sure you and your family are prepared to survive with emergency survival food. In an emergency, having an ample supply of food can mean the difference between life and death.

Types of Survival Food

Most people wonder what foods to stockpile for survival. At Survival Frog, we offer three main types of food–canned meats, survival food bars, and freeze-dried meals.

Canned Meats

Our canned meats can last up to 25 years without refrigeration to ensure you always have food on hand should disaster strike. Not only are they long-lasting, but they’re healthy and delicious too. Make sure you and your family get enough protein to stay strong, healthy, and satisfied even when traditional food is in short supply. 

High-Calorie Survival Food Bars 

The last thing you need in an emergency is to have to prepare food to get the nutrients you need. With emergency food bars, you simply unwrap and eat. Survival food bars are designed to provide the body with nutrients to survive in hostile environments. They are high in calories, packed with essential vitamins and minerals, and do not require water to prepare, which is often in short supply during a disaster. We offer 2,400-calorie food bar packs and 3,600-calorie food bar packs, each with a five-year shelf life. These emergency bars are easy to store in small spaces, and they’re one of the best cost-per-calorie ratios you’ll find on the market. 

Survival Food Buckets with Freeze-Dried Meals

You don’t have to miss breakfast, lunch, or dinner during a crisis with emergency food kits. These freeze-dried meals are easy to prepare and typically provide 250-400 calories per serving. Keeping your family well-fed is an essential part of survival. Whether you want to be prepared to survive a month without a regular food source or a year on survival food, you can find what you need. The best part is survival food kits are long-lasting, so you can prep now and be prepared to make it through any disaster that happens in the future.

Weather the Storm with Survival Food

No one knows when disaster will strike. That’s why stocking up on survival food is a smart idea. Whether you opt for protein-packed canned meat, nutrient-dense survival food bars, or months’ worth of freeze-dried meals, you can store and use the food to survive an emergency. In addition to emergency food, other items can be helpful in a crisis. Flashlights and an emergency radio can help you stay informed, while a survival first aid kit can come in handy if someone is injured. With the right gear, you can weather the storm and emerge safely on the other side by being prepared.