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Added 1 February, 2018

In the USA, big brand stores are selling emergency survival kits

If you're shopping at Costco, you're already planning on stocking up, so why not go all out? For just $999.99, the warehouse club offers a one-year "emergency food kit" that can get you through a mild apocalypse. The 6,200-serving kit from the brand Nutristore promises to provide "1,200 calories per day on average" with a 25-year shelf life thanks to a mix of real freeze-dried and dehydrated fruits and vegetable. In all, the kit, which comes in the form of 96 coffee tin-size cans, contains hard red wheat, instant white rice, granola, dehydrated apples, freeze-dried bananas, freeze-dried peaches, freeze-dried strawberries, dehydrated potatoes, dehydrated carrots, freeze-dried green beans, freeze-dried onions, freeze-dried sweet corn, lentils, pinto beans, beef textured vegetable protein, chicken textured vegetable protein, instant milk, salt, and in case you want to treat yourself, white sugar.

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