Wise Food Company’s Response to Class Action Settlement Lawsuit

As a company that wants to empower people and prepare them for disasters, let us first start by saying, that safety is a top concern for us. And, that is true across the board. Whether it is providing you with safe food that you can rely on or keeping your information safe, we take this very seriously. We would never want to let you down. We know that our food is intended for life and death situations. We have […]

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Essential Steps to Prepare Your Home for a Natural Disaster

If you live
in an area that is prone to natural disasters, then there are some essential
tips you need to know to keep your home ready for disaster and to ensure you
have it easy in the aftermath of a disaster. The steps will come in handy when
you are trying to survive a natural disaster because you could use them to stay
ready. Each of the steps features important information that is worth noting.

Stocking up on food

Food is
probably the first thing you […]

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Year-Round Preppers: Survival Guides for All Seasons

Preppers actively
prepare for anything from natural disasters to social and economic unrest.
While not everyone prepares for an emergency in the same way, you can put
together a survival kit and perform some basic tasks to ensure you and your
family are safe when disaster strikes.

Whether it is prepping your home or
vehicle, planting a vegetable and herb garden or packing a bug out bag in case you need to evacuate, here’s a guide to the basic
survival skills you may need for […]

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Household Prep Plan for Emergencies

No one wants to think about the potential for a natural disaster or another calamity to strike their home or community and affect their family.
As unpleasant as such situations may be to think about, it is important that we consider them in order to plan for what should happen should the circumstances arise.
Having an emergency plan for your household can go a long way toward keeping your family safe in the event of an emergency. By planning and having […]

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Procrastination – Can You Afford the Cost?

Several years ago, I had an experience that haunts me to this day.  If there was any way possible to turn back the clock and re-live that Saturday, it would be such a blessing.  Not because there was anything traumatic or ugly that transpired that day, but just the absolute frustration of an exciting opportunity lost to the far too common ease of procrastination.

A few years after we had purchased a cabin in the high mountains of the Manti-La […]

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Bug-Out-Bag Food: Everything You Need to Know

If you ever find yourself in an emergency situation and need to evacuate, you’ll need a bug-out-bag (BOB) to survive. A BOB should help you survive for up to 72 hours, so it’s important to pack it with any essentials you might need while out in the wild or making your way to safety.
Some of the first things you’ll probably think of packing are water, shelter, some rope, a first-aid kit, a survival knife and, of course, food. It […]

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Even a Simple Wound Can Kill

One of my favorite gifts as a kid was a 30lb. fiberglass recurve bow I got for Christmas.  I loved shooting my bow and would practice in the back yard shooting at cardboard boxes for hours.  The arrows I was using were nothing like the aluminum of carbon fiber arrows of today.  They were very basic wooden arrows with a metal field tip crimped on the end.  I only had three arrows and they were really showing the signs […]

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Patience – the Answers Will Come

My wife and I recently attended a Christmas concert downtown the same night there was a major sporting event a few blocks away.  We hadn’t really thought it through beforehand, but the concert ended about the same time as the sporting event.  We quickly realized what a mistake we’d made.  The traffic, with over 50,000 fans and concert attendees all trying to leave the already congested downtown streets at the same time, became an absolute nightmare!
It was a major […]

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Sweet and Sticky Sap Survival Tips

I remember the first time I tasted real, pure maple syrup on my waffles – I thought I’d died and gone to heaven!  I was hooked but was quickly brought back to reality when I discovered a half gallon of pure Vermont maple syrup cost more than $50!  I was willing to justify the cost but was quickly vetoed by my budget conscious wife.  There are times I have to secretly purchase a small quantity and hid it in […]

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Don’t Get Caught Unprepared!

The Better Business Bureau recently published an article regarding their partnership with FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security in an effort to help families prepare for possible terrorist attack strikes, or natural disasters.
“Disasters Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How.”, this year’s theme for National Preparedness Month. National Preparedness Month provides an opportunity to remind everyone to prepare themselves and their families now, and throughout the year.
Encouraging awareness is an important goal, but unfortunately, many families will put off properly […]

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