Salt Lake City, Utah Food Storage
Food Storage in Salt Lake City, Utah
Recent natural disasters including earthquakes, hurricanes and floods have reiterated the need for emergency and disaster preparation. Salt Lake City residents understand this concern, especially with the susceptibility to wildfires and earthquakes in the valley, Utah is no exception. We often think a natural disaster will not happen in our own backyards, but history has shown us they can strike anywhere, anytime.
Fortunately, Food Storage Chef has found an efficient yet savory solution to all of these problems. Just because food storage is more of a necessity than a luxury doesn’t mean that food storage needs to taste like your average emergency food (I.E.- Camp food, MREs. etc.). In our kitchen we do all that we can to create fresh, nutritional, and great tasting meals. The need for your Food Storage may come from a natural disaster but it also may come from personal financial hardship. Having great tasting food, on hand for your family, can ease a difficult time in your life and enable you and your family to get back on your feet.
Here are just a few of the other benefits of our food-storage solutions in Utah:
- Our delicious foods will satisfy even your pickiest eater. Plus, the nutrition and care we pack into every recipe means that you’ll never worry about the quality of the meals you serve your family.
- Our meals have a shelf life of 30 years; you won’t waste any food by maintaining an emergency cache.
- To prepare our meals, simply add water and eat right out of the container.
Preparing for an emergency doesn’t have to be difficult. Whether you order a 72-hour supply or a year supply from Food Storage Chef, you’ll know you’re prepared for anything.
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Additional Food Storage Tips
When preparing for a disaster, food storage is of vital importance. A few gallons of water and some canned goods might hold you over during a power outage that lasts a few days, but what if the power stays off for weeks as we’ve seen in the news recently? You may think that a similar disaster will not happen in Utah, but history has shown us that disaster can strike anywhere.
Following a significant disaster, gas stations shut down, grocery stores don’t open, and clean water is scarce. You must have enough food in storage to feed your family until the power comes back on. Following are a few things to consider when storing food:
- Even canned goods are perishable. Many people plan for disaster only to find that their goods are spoiled when they need them. Those that do worry about spoilage have to implement a food-rotation system, meaning that they have to throw out old food and purchase new food on a regular basis.
- A wide-spread disaster can shut down supply chains for weeks or months. For this reason, it’s best to prepare for the worst. One month’s food supply is recommended.
- Consider how you will prepare meals without power and a heat source. Camping stoves and other kerosene options require fuel storage or an open fueling station. Easy-to-prepare foods that require no other supplies are best.
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