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Costco & Amazon selling emergency kits –
Formerly decried in Yelm, now a mainstream idea

Costco’s 1-year Food Storage kit
Photo credit: Business Insider

– Editor’s Note:
15, 20, 25, 30 years ago, this town decried the teachings of Ramtha about storing food for the Days to Come. Now, worldwide Pacific Northwest-based companies like Costco and Amazon sell emergency food storage kits to the public.

– “Amazon and Costco are selling emergency kits that can feed a family for a year — and it reveals a disturbing new normal in America”
“Americans preparing for anything from a hurricane to “an emergency of Biblical proportions” can find what they need to survive on Costco and Amazon.

“The retailers are selling a variety of emergency survival kits, some of which can feed a family of four for up to a year.

“Options at Costco include a $5,999.99 kit containing 600 cans of food designed to feed four people 12 months, based on a per-person diet of 2,000 calories a day. Costco’s cheapest kit, at $999.99, contains 96 cans and can feed one person for a year on a diet of 1,200 calories a day.”

“Options on Amazon include a 30-day supply of food in a single bucket, a backpack containing everything a family of four might need for 72 hours of survival, and pouches of emergency drinking water,” by Hayley Peterson, Business Insider.
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Posted by Steve on March 24, 2018 at 12:03 am | Permalink

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