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Survive2Thrive- 40 Day/Night Food Supply
Survive2Thrive- 40 Day/Night Food Supply
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The only certified organic & non-GMO emergency survival food supply on the market. In bad situations you MUST remain healthy, and these foods will keep you going in optimum condition.
- Extended shelf life
- 285 total servings per pail
- 12 vacuum sealed, organic ingredients
- Vegan, non-GMO
- Certified Organic
Certified Organic: Oats, White Rice, Garbanzo Beans, Lentils, Quinoa, Black Beans, Pinto Beans, Chia Seeds,
- JWJohn W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars3 months ago40 Day/Night Food Supply Pail
I like the fact that the food in this pail is 100% organically grown. Also, the green food in this pail
is outstanding, and is as good as any green food on the market.
- CDChristopher de V.I recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 years agoGood kit but would last at most 20 days
I may get this kit as it's probably the only pre-packaged gluten-free organic ready-to-go bucket on the market. But be forewarned of the false advertising: It only provides 1,027 calories per day. See the "Nutritional Breakdown" tab.
They expect you to get through 40 days of crisis on those few calories. A crisis where you may be lifting, hammering, walking everywhere (or running!), etc.
They defend this decision by talking about empty calories versus nutrition (see the "Calories vs. Nutrition" tab) but that's based on a false premise. To thrive you need at least 2000 GOOD calories per day. Else why not eat just 500 calories of the world's most nutritious foods and be done?
With my body type and energy output during a crisis I'll need about 3500 per day. So this kit would last me maybe 10-15 days. Others who need fewer calories (small women/children) might stretch it to 20 days, but I can't see going beyond that.
Interestingly, the provide links on the "Calories vs. Nutrition" tab to validate their premise but instead each of them refutes it. This link says I need 2200 calories (non-crisis):
This link says processed foods should provide /more/ calories (though I know from experience and common sense that whole foods are better long term):
This link says you need more whole food calories than empty ones for the same…
- TTinaI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 years agoGood Product
Finally someone get it! This is a great product. Screw Monsanto! Thanks for supporting Organic. Just proves you can prep healthy.
- DDillonI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 years agoA bucket of beans is better than a bucket of crap
I agree with what William said. All this is is a bucket of beans and grains...and I LOVE IT! This is real food. I spent hours looking at all the nutrition facts of other stored foods and it basically is like storing fast food. I guess in this country, were people have no clue about nutrition, is why the other stored food companies are thriving. They are all packed with sodium, preservatives, GMO's. If they tell you different they are lying. I asked about the soy (since 95% of soy is GMO) and they couldn't give me a clear answer. That my friends is called a cover up.
I like this product because it is not trying to hide what it is. Just real food. This is how my parents stored food during the war and I imagine this is the same kind of food the settlers and pioneers used (minus the vacuum part).
I could probably do this myself but I don't have a organic source for all of these and frankly with 4 kids, a job and a wife who is disabled I don't have the time. This is simple, healthy, and just makes sense. Thanks and God Bless
- WWilliamI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 years agoBig bucket of beans
This is basically a big bucket filled with vacuum-packed bags of beans and grains. This is certainly a healthy route, and we'd all be better off if we ate like this every day. On the other hand, this kind of diet might be a big jump for somebody used to eating a lot of processed, prepared foods regularly. There is certainly no "cheesy lasagna" in this pail. If you are worried about eating like this, you could try a one-day experiment with oatmeal for breakfast, seasoned rice for lunch, and a simple bean soup for dinner. If you feel satisfied, this pail could be right for you. Plus, it's never to early to start eating natural, healthy food - if you don't eat food from factories, you won't care when the factories shut down!
Having said that, there is no "magic" in this bucket. You could probably buy your own vacuum sealing machine and store the same food yourself at a lower cost-per-serving. On the other hand, if you tend to procrastinate like me, the vacuum-sealing project won't actually happen until it's too late. Buying this bucket is an easy way to start your food storage without needing to figure out a bunch of stuff first.