Food Storage? Here is a great deal……

SAMS2A few weeks ago I came across this deal while visiting the Sam’s Club website. A 30-day supply of food for one person – for less than $80 and Free Shipping? That is a deal!

Mine arrived about a week after ordering in perfect shape – no problems.

Here are a few details about the available package:

– 30 Day Food Supply
– 1 Person
– 1,857 Average Calories per day
– 1 Pail with 8 Mylar Food pouches
– 1 Fire starter disk
– 1 Water bottle with Filter

From the product website – 

Augason Farms 30-Day Food Storage Emergency All-in-One Pail is your survival solution. This waterproof pail contains enough food to provide 1,857 calories per day for 1 person for a month, or a family of 4 for a week. The pail also includes a safe, stable fuel source and a self-filtering water bottle that can clean up to 100 gallons of water. With the Food Storage Emergency All-in-One 6 Gallon Pail you’re not only getting a reserve supply of food, you’re getting delicious peace of mind.

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Augason Farms crafts their food for both everyday and food storage use. You can rest assured that your family will love their tried and true recipes. Whether it’s a hearty oatmeal breakfast or filling cheesy broccoli rice, these foods are easy to prepare and have home cooked flavor. The included 30-Day Meal Planner offers a wide range of appetizing combinations, making it easy to mix and match meals. If you’re looking to extend the number of days the meals will last, a 45-day meal planner with a lower calorie per day average is also included.

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The self-filtering water bottle removes up to 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, contaminants and pollutants. The filtering bottle is simple to use. Just pop the top, fill the bottle, and let the Miraguard filter do the rest.

I am planning on picking up a few more.

If you interested – follow any of the links above or click HERE.

Rourke

PS – Oh…by the way you do not have to be a SAM’s member to take advantage of this deal. If you are not a member you just have to pay 10% more – which is still a good deal.

 


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12 Comments

  1. Have you sampled the food? I’ve tried a few different companies, and some are good, others taste like cardboard.
    Thanks for turning us on to this new source.

  2. I have several of these. They are decent not cardboard, but not gromet either.
    Water bottle sucks and leaks. Pickup some from Mormon store for dirt cheap.
    Also check each food pouch by gently squeezing and make sure there are no leaks. If there are call them. They will replace damanaged packages without any issues.

    Brett

  3. Did you check out the serving sizes on the nutritional link on the Sam’s page? A serving size of milk (alternative) is 2 tablespoons – that’s an 1/8 of a cup or a sip basically. The serving size of oatmeal is 1/4 cup. I realize this may be great or enough in many situations and for many people, but I’m pretty sure my 3 kids and I can eat that whole container in a day or two. I know we are still pretty gluttonous, and hopefully will change our ways before the SHTF. I just wanted to point out those serving size amounts in case someone didn’t think about looking before purchasing. I think the mac n cheese said 1/3 c, etc.

    • G Hartman –

      Please remember that the amounts listed are BEFORE adding water. Once the water is added the volume increases substantially.

      Even if the bucket provided 2 weeks for one – it is still a great deal.

      Thanks – Rourke

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