SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- From food shortages and natural disasters to political unrest and economic uncertainty, the world is not a predictable place. Recent surveys show that a quarter of the U.S. population have done nothing to prepare for a significant emergency, with much of this inactivity due in large part to a lack of knowledge about how to get started. To help reverse this trend, Legacy Food Storage today issued a short article highlighting five essentials that can help anyone withstand an emergency, whether a natural disaster or the financial short-fallings that come with unemployment.
View the full article at http://blog.buyemergencyfoods.com/preparing-the-family-for-2014/ or http://www.preparewise.com/blog/emergency-preparedness/preparing-the-family-for-2014-five-essentials-for-the-inevitable-emergency/
"For many people, this inactivity is due in large part to a lack of knowledge about how exactly to get started and how much they would need for each member of their family," said Phil Cox, chief executive officer, Legacy Food Storage. "This post will give them a detailed description of some of the most essential items - like food and water - that people can't live without, as well as other important items that will meet their basic needs for a few days to even weeks or months. The new year is a perfect time to get started."
The free guide gives detailed advice on what should be included in the following categories:
-- Stock Up on Food -- Store Water -- Put Away Fuel -- Gather Emergency Kits -- Make a Family Emergency Plan
About Legacy Food Storage
Legacy's pre-packaged emergency food storage meals and products provide consumers with good tasting, high-quality food that is convenient and provides peace-of-mind knowing good food will be available during times of emergency or need. Legacy's food is approximately half the price on a cost-per-calorie basis of competitive products, with Legacy's lasting up to 25 years. Legacy's products are available through resellers, retailers and affiliates, including BuyEmergencyFoods.com and PrepareWise.com. For more information, visit http://www.legacyfoodstorage.com
SOURCE Legacy Food Storage