Emergency preparedness requires thought and planning now to prevent problems later.

There is no magic “one size fits all” system that is going to work for you and everyone else in the country.

To help you put together a solid food plan, we’ll take a look at the following issues:

What are my food needs?

Where to keep food?

What types of food make sense for different situations.

Common Plan Examples:

  • Pioneer Plan
  • Instant Food
  • Pantry Rotation
  • Hybrid Plan

Good First step:  Create a sample food plan based off of what you eat now as a starting point and work from there.

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