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Food and Water

When disaster strikes, your emergency food supply and emergency food storage are of the utmost importance. There’s a reason emergency food kits always sell out at the first sign of potential hardship. People know they need food to survive. An emergency food supply is the best way to ensure you can protect yourself and your family in an emergency. That's why we offer the best emergency food kits and water solutions for survival.

How Many Days of Emergency Food Supply Do I Need?

Preparing your emergency food supply comes down to risk tolerance. What degree of risk do you feel comfortable putting yourself and your family through? Having a week's worth of food and water is an excellent idea if you live in a rural area where it’s not uncommon to go without electricity for a few days after a big storm. If you’re going on a wilderness adventure, you should prepare to survive in the wild longer than anticipated if you get hurt or lost

If a situation occurs where supply chains cease, grocery store shelves empty, and food becomes limited, your emergency food supply could be the difference between life and death. We encourage you to sit down, consider how much food you and your family need, and find emergency food kits to feed you for a while.

To help the process feel less stressful, consider purchasing your emergency food supply monthly or quarterly until you reach the amount you are comfortable with. This is a great way to ensure you have more than enough. Whether you want a creamy chocolate shake and granola for a quick trip or a 2880 serving breakfast and entree kit for the family, you can find what you need at Survival Frog.

How Long Does an Emergency Food Supply Last?

Proper emergency food storage is equally as important as having the food. It's important to check each item's shelf life when storing your food, document the product and its expiration date, and eat what would expire first. Fortunately, most emergency survival food has a shelf life of up to 30 years due to the freeze-dry packaging process. 

Emergency Food Kits and Water Solutions

Having enough water during an emergency is just as important as food. The CDC suggests you store at least 1 gallon of water per person per day for three days for drinking and sanitation. We encourage you to store a 2-week supply per person if possible.

Water storage is made easy with Stackable WaterBrick 3.5 Gallon Containers. These durable water bricks meet FDA standards and are BPA-free, so you can store your water knowing harmful chemicals won’t leach into it. Keeping your water in containers made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) ensures your water stays drinkable for a long time.

Potable Aqua Water Purification Tablets are an excellent solution for survival water purification on the go. Carry these while traveling, camping, or road-tripping and never go without water no matter where you find yourself. 

Prepare Today to Protect Your Family and Survive

Food and water are essential emergency preparedness items. The future belongs to those who prepare for it today. Don't get caught off guard; be equipped and have your emergency food kits and water ready for whatever tomorrow may bring. Shop today!