FOOD STORAGE IN 4 WEEKS!!!! : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

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Check it out Greg Wiatt Emergency Food Storage Or call 1-800-414-9324 For FREE information.

-- Emergency Food Storage (, August 05, 1998


You don't need to spend your hard earned money on freeze-dried, tasteless food that you are going to be stuck with after spending $3,000-4,000 for a family of 4. You can store safely for a 2-year supply of rice, beans, canned goods, flour, etc., for around $1,500! Just beware of people promising you the best tasting stuff on earth. BUYER BEWARE!!!!

-- Thrifty (, August 05, 1998.

I agree, why waste your money on those barf bags? You can get excellent quality food at half the price and pack it yourself. Just visit your local grocer or wholesale club (Sam's). An acquaintance of mine orderd from this company MORE than 4 weeks ago. Still no order. No offense Greg, but you know we can do better!

-- Dave (, August 06, 1998.

It seems that there are alot of people who get there rocks off criticizing things that are important to others. They basiclly have no idea what there talking about!! The last two posts are a good example. I have owned Perma Pak food storage for years. I have a family of five and dont have the time or warehouse space to keep a two year supply in my home. Perma Pak takes up very little space and is very cost effective. Have you tasted Perma Pak? Dont post what you have no experiance at.

God Bless Gene

-- Gene Higgans (, August 08, 1998.

Why are orders taking more than four weeks? I would call this false advertising? I can cook nutritional meals for a lot less. Don't mean to slam here but lets call a spade a spade.

-- Dave (, August 08, 1998.

There are many sights on the internet that instructs you on what to buy and how much to buy for food storage. No one is slamming anyone, the whole context is buyer beware. While you are waiting several weeks for your food to arrive (which it may or may not arrive), you have wasted precious time. Also, I have checked on the costs of some of these deydrated food companies, and dollar for dollar, you can save $$$$ by storing beans, rice, canned goods, etc. If nothing happens with Y2K, at least the food can be turned over to food banks. People are more willing to eat the basics than something that is freeze dried. Not only is the dehydrated food very expensive, but the cost of shipping from one company I checked out was $600.00!!! You can buy a whole lot of beans and rice for $600. P.S. I have tried the dehydrated stuff from 3 different companies, and no thank you!

-- Bardou (, August 08, 1998.

I have tried the foods also from several companies and agree that most all food storage companies food is not that great compared to the real stuff.. However when I tried Perma Pak dehydrated foods I must say the taste was far far supurb to those of the competition. It was hard to tell the difference between the real stuff and the dehydrated. In addition out of all the posts I have ever read I have never ever read anything negative about Perma Pak. That says alot.

Good Luck Howard White

-- Howard White (, August 09, 1998.

Greg keeps hawking his wares here. And you are right, Greg, I still don't getit.

Real food stores very well with only a little effort. It is what one eats anyway and is therefore not even preparation in the sense that preparation means doing things out of the ordinary.

I'm gonna give you some free advice, bucko.

Keep this tastless slop until next July. Double your price, hell TRIPLE IT and sell it to Paul, Joseph and the other rocket scientists who won't worry until things get too bad to deny. You will make an outrageous profit, which you will deserve, and they will have to pay it and eat that shit, which they deserve.

Life is so perfect.

-- Will Huett (, August 09, 1998.

Will, ROTFLMAO! How true, how true! I'm still considering building a bunker for those asteroids though! :)

-- Dave (, August 10, 1998.

I ordered a batch from Greg on 7/7. Got a call today from the delivery folks. A hair longer than four weeks, but I'm not complaining.

-- Galen (, August 11, 1998.

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