Man-Made Disasters & Disease
If a pandemic, an earthquake, a super storm, or even a collapse of the dollar occurred, what would you do? Many people think that these kinds of emergencies or disasters are in our past and that the world is now prepared to handle them. But, if there is anything that history tells us, is that it’s bound to repeat itself.
World health crises
It’s easy to see why the “bird flu,” “swine flu,” and the “Ebola virus” have the potential to spread across the world so rapidly and why these kinds of health crises can be so terrifying. Plus, these days, pandemics can be an act of nature or even manmade. They are horrific and quietly cause more death and sorrow than almost any other disaster.
Any kind of pandemic as deadly and as wide spread as the 1918 flu would disrupt everything around us. The entire supply chain that our stores rely on would shut down and little food would be available for months.
“… should the power go out and stay out for over a year, 9 out of 10 Americans would likely perish.”
“…Without access to a generator, your fridge, electric range, and microwave would be dead. All the food in your fridge and freezer would spoil…A total grid failure would also mean no fresh water to drink, cook, or clean with. You wouldn’t be able to operate your radio or TV, or charge your cell phone…”
A blackout like the one discussed here is not a fairytale. It could be caused by an act of war (an atomic bomb being set off 25 miles above the continental U.S.), by a solar flare, or by a coordinated terrorist attack against our electric grid.
What you can do to prepare
So, if you believe that something like this might occur, it would be silly to not be somewhat prepared. Most importantly, one should always have extra food and water on hand – just in case.
Again, the ultimate solution for all of these catastrophic scenarios is a Harvest Right Home Freeze Dryer. With one of these units, anyone can preserve a wonderful selection of food (complete meals, meats, fruits, vegetables, dairy and desserts) with very little effort and for less than 20% the cost of purchasing emergency food storage.
Comparison table: retail freeze-dried food versus home freeze-dried food
Although store-bought emergency food will keep a person alive, it may not be the healthiest food for your family. It is usually made from dehydrated noodles or rice along with small amounts of freeze-dried vegetables and meat. These meals have very little variety and are always full of salt and food additives that we know are not good for us.
Harvest Right knew and believed that the world needed a better way to be prepared for whatever might come. The Home Freeze Dryer is an amazing appliance that insures you have the best and least expensive way to preserve healthy, nutritious, and delicious food to sustain your family next week or in the years to come.
which freeze dryer is right for you?
starting at $$2,195
Food Per Batch
Fresh: 4-7 LBS
Freeze Dried: 1-1.5 GAL
Fresh: 840 LBS
Freeze Dried: 195 GAL
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Food Per Batch
Fresh: 7-10 LBS
Freeze Dried: 1.5-2.5 GAL
Fresh: 1,450 LBS
Freeze Dried: 312 GAL
We bought a freeze dryer because it's best to be prepared for anything, even the grid going down. You can't count on the government in the case of a major disaster because it could be weeks before they can help you in the most basic way.
- Laura C.
I started freeze drying to build a long term emergency food supply to be prepared for natural and man-made disasters and because we were not sure about the future of the economy.
- Elizabeth S.
We have power outages from time to time, for whatever reason, and it's good to have something ready that just needs hot water to rehydrate.
- Laura S.
We are ‘preppers’, much like great-grandma and grandpa were – saving during the good times for the possible bad times: loss of job, earthquake, whatever. We are not trying to ‘get off the grid.’ More like, getting ready for when the grid kicks us off.
- Bruce C.
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