Worried About an Apocalypse? Use Amazon Prime Day to Buy Food That Lasts a Quarter Century

It’s Amazon Prime Day, and the deals are everywhere. Even Target, Best Buy, and Walmart are showering online shoppers with deals, hoping to capture more of our elusive retail dollars.

But what to buy?

Given that we’ve been on lockdown for more than six months, it’s likely that many of us have exhausted our digital wishlists, and even gotten a head start on Christmas Shopping.

Well, here’s an idea. How about a food supply for the apocalypse, or maybe just for the next lockdown?

Wise Company makes an emergency food supply that comes in a sealed container and will last 25 years.

From the company’s product description:

  • VARIETY PACK – 104 serving complete survival food kit provides a delicious variety of ready-to-eat food including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, fruit, vegetables, snacks, and milk

  • 25 YEAR SHELF LIFE – With a 25-year shelf life, our emergency foods are designed to withstand the test of time, reducing waste and worry when maintaining disaster preparedness kits

  • MULTI-USE READY TO EAT FOOD – All in one survival food kit can be stored at home or in your vehicle for emergency situations or, individually wrapped pouches can be taken along on hiking, backpacking, and camping trips

  • GRAB AND GO – Contained in a convenient, easy to store bucket, foods stay safe and secure so they’re ready when you need them most

  • JUST ADD WATER – Easy to prepare in any situation, just add water, wait 12-15 minutes and enjoy delicious, hearty food – no cooking necessary

Now, you might be tempted to buy the product and put it on the shelf in the garage, but maybe there are better uses. At just $149.99 on Amazon, the product could be the answer to “What will we have for dinner tonight?” Or perhaps you ship it directly to your child at college and tell him or her that this will substitute as the meal plan for the month.

Informed American has no deal with the company or Amazon, and won’t be ordering this anytime soon, but the product simply looked too good, or rather too interesting, not to bring to the attention of readers.

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