Laura Calder

Laura Calder

Hi! Welcome to Ready2Go Foodstorage. My name is Laura and I am so excited to share with you some tips about how you can help your family become more self reliant. I am passionate about motherhood, emergency preparedness, homesteading, nutrition, and learning new things. Stick around as you follow my family on our journey to becoming more self reliant.
Laura Calder

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Here are a few questions to keep in mind as you prepared yourself and your family for an disaster.

1- If you are separated from your family during a disaster what is your plan?

It’s important for each person to know where to meet up if a disaster strikes, if one person is at work and one is at work or the store there needs to be a plan. A disaster probably won’t happen at the most convenient time and place. Be ready!

2- Will your current food storage supply be sufficient?

I am sure you are already buying extra cans of food along with flour and sugar etc when you see bulk sales at your local grocery store. You are most likely set for a few months maybe even a year. But what happens when you run out of spices and your kids stop eating because the food is so bland, or when winter sets in and you run out of fresh fruit and vegetables?

Your solution is food storage that will last longer than a year and food that your kids will eat! Ready 2 Go Food Storage has flavor, quality and a great shelf life! As an extra incentive our pricesĀ are 20% less than our competitors!

3- If the water system breaks down in your city where will you get water and how will your treat it?

Having clean water is vital to surviving! The best way to solve this question is a Berkey Water Filter! You can put river water in the large filter and have fresh water to use for days! Our best seller is the Royal Berkey 3.25 Gallon!

4- Are you financially ready?

Yes, needing and using money after a disaster will happen. Make sure you have a plan and have copies of all of your important documents!

5- Do you have a disaster kit or 72 hour kit ready?

If not, here are some basics to make sure you have in your kit.

  • Water
  • Nonperishable food
  • A flashlight or headlight
  • An emergency radio and batteries
  • First-aid supplies
  • A seven-day supply of medicines
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Extra cash
  • Area maps

If you have any questions please contact us! We would love to help you be ready when disaster strikes!