Bulk Food Storage is the Answer to the Coming Food Crisis


Bulk Food Storage is the Answer to the Coming Food Crisis

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August 13, 2012

You don’t have to be survivalist or a doomsdayer to recognize the practicality in having some food stored away for a rainy day. In fact, it’s simply becoming common sense to have a certain amount of bulk food storage in your house.

But these days, with record droughts ravaging the bread basket of America coupled with runaway money printing by the Fed, food inflation is creating a dangerous scenario but also a fantastic investment opportunity for average folks.

During times of economic uncertainty it can be especially difficult to determine a safe place to protect your savings. Countless financial advisers offer advice on asset protection and other ways to keep your nest egg performing slightly above inflation. However, many of these strategies involve paper investments that come with risks.

People in the know suggest tangible assets like precious metals. But if you’re like the overwhelming majority of Americans living week-to-week, acquiring gold and silver can seem daunting. Although it’s definitely worth accumulating some precious metals when you have expendable income, food may prove to be a much better investment.

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One Response to Bulk Food Storage is the Answer to the Coming Food Crisis

  1. cromwell says:

    If people had started this when a lot of us were telling them to, well millions would be prepped for what is coming. They didn’t. Now I notice a sense of panic coming in many, on both continents.
    Nearly time for “I told you so”.

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