Apocalypse is not a joke. Like, really. Anything can go wrong and the whole civilization is going to hell, anytime. It does not have to be a mssive scale endangerment of the human species. Just imagine all supermarkets in your area closing and even the grocery shops not offering any food. How many of you would be able to feed your family and loved ones from what you have at home right now? Three days? Of course, the chance of something like this happening is fairly low and we definitely do not want to scare you like some sect propheting the end of the world every ten years. Although, if there's at least a small part of a prepper in you, we can offer a fairly large selection of food, that will keep you going both in wilderness and at home in sudden case of crisis.
There are dozens of articles telling you which supplies to keep at home. The same amount of articles will tell you what to také on extensive outdoor hikes. Over a year ago in our magazineine we published the Bare basics for the Apocalypse, which was a fun take on the basics of preppery. Truth is that it's tricky to point to the one thing that's right for you. There are too many factors that go into your decision making, such as how much storage space is available, how many people there'll be to feed, whether there's drinking water for cooking, if you have pots etc. However, there are a few clear principles that could point you to the right direction. In a nutshell, you need to make sure that any food stored will provide enough calories, vitamins, electrolytes, fats and other basic nutrients. Bear in mind that critical situations can be physically demanding. Well, you get it. Dehydration or lack of energy in demanding situations can be the end of just about everything.
So let's have a look at what Millitary Range has to offer in its Emergency food and beverages section: