Salt Lake City, UT –News Direct– ReadyWise, Inc.
With the 2022 hurricane season underway, ReadyWise, the leader in emergency food supplies, is here to help families prepare ahead of time. According to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, we will see another exceptionally active hurricane season in 2022 with about six major hurricanes. As we have seen in history, storms can be detrimental to communities. When government resources are stretched, it can take days or even weeks for fresh food to become available. If you are in a hurricane-prone area, know the risks in your area and make sure you have food, water, electricity, and a bug out bag. ReadyWise is here to ease the stress with their Hurricane Essentials Sale.
“I recommend putting together a basic hurricane kit with food, water, a light source, a phone charger and a first aid kit,” says Fox 26 Houston meteorologist John Dawson. “ReadyWise partners with organizations like the American Red Cross and has created hurricane-specific products for emergency preparedness with a long shelf life.”
If you want to learn more about which products are best suited for hurricane preparedness, follow John Dawson on Fox 26 to view reviews of hurricane-tested equipment. ReadyWise has created a hurricane essentials collection page with meal solutions and bug repellent bags. They are offering limited time offers while supplies last, like their buy three get one FREE offer on their 2022 Limited Edition Hurricane Kit Family Set. Each kit includes three days of food and drink with 12 servings of lunch/dinner, 8 servings of breakfast entrees and 12 servings of milk with a shelf life of up to 25 years. They also created ready-to-use bug spray bags with their purchase of three, get one FREE Survival Backpack Bundle. These are perfect for any bug out scenario and include 32 total servings of food, 5 water pouches, a first aid and hygiene kit, and additional supplies like a portable stove, flashlight, waterproof matches, a mylar blanket, and more.
Over the past two years we have seen the toll that panic buying takes on communities, so don’t wait for a warning to be issued and stores to be empty and closed. There are great ways to stay up to date, like listening to local weather alerts and using the NOAA Hurricane Tracker tool. This tracker shows active storms in real time in the Atlantic or Eastern Pacific regions, monitored via satellites. They also offer informational tips for preparing for a hurricane, including creating a family emergency plan, an escape plan, and steps to strengthen your home.
“Hurricanes are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena,” says NOAA. “By knowing what steps to take before hurricane season begins, when a hurricane is approaching, and when the storm is in your area, and what to do after a hurricane leaves your area, you can increase your chances of survival.”
FloridaDisaster.org created an online site disaster supply checklist which you can download to make sure you’ve covered all the essentials. This includes secure important documents, pet care items, a list of phone numbers, first aid items, and special items like those for infants and disabled family members. For food, they recommend non-perishable packaged foods, just like ReadyWise freeze-dried ready-to-eat meals where just add water. ReadyWise is the only disaster-proof food company that lets you rehydrate your meal even without electricity whether you have water, hot or cold. They also have anti-disaster packaging featured in their Lot of emergency handbags. This “Buy three, get one FREE” offer is a two-day meal solution. Each bag contains 60 servings of food in a 10L dry bag. You can reuse this waterproof bag to store items such as documents and electronics in case of flooding.
Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, ReadyWise is a supplier of freeze-dried and dehydrated foods for emergency preparedness, everyday consumption and outdoor activities. The company was founded in 2008 and has over 175 employees. More information about ReadyWise can be found on the company’s website www.readywise.com.
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