EatTomorrow is spreading its emergency preparedness products in the best way they know how: For free.
EatTomorrow.com is looking to stand out. Not only have they made some bold claims about the taste, longevity, and value of their emergency food products, they seem willing to back them up. Recently, the company gave away its 1,000th free sample.— Emergency preparedness companies are in abundance in today’s uncertain world, and
The samples, as part of the company’s “The Proof Is In The Pudding” campaign, help give potential buyers a taste of the company’s emergency culinary prowess.
But the company’s claims to fame don’t stop with taste, their website states that they are first and foremost ensuring that their foods are able to deliver optimal nutritional value to customers. The idea is to thrive, not just survive, in an emergency situation. All foods are free of GMO’s, and the company promises a shelf life of 25 years, in which taste and nutritional value remain unchanged.
“Our brand is out to be the very best,” explains Tedd Johnson, a spokesperson for the company, “so far, it looks like we’re succeeding, as no other previous company has been able to package all of these benefits together quite like we have.”
Not only that, but free samples for survival food bought in bulk aren’t particularly common.
Products lines from the company cover a wide range of needs: They offer 24, 48, and 72 hour emergency packs which are meant to get people through the initial days following a disaster. These setups can be placed in bug out bags, family emergency kits, and other similar outfits.
Additionally, the company offers long-term solutions that can feed a single person for up to four years, with balanced and full caloric and nutritional intake each and every day – that’s over 4,800 meals.
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