TIME IS RIGHT TO STORE FOOD: Multiple Signs Make a Case for Families to Act
From the economic recession that has
unemployment hovering around 10 percent, to the floods in the New
England states that are the worst on record for the region in two
centuries, the top news stories these days have little to do with food
But, according to a 28-year veteran inside the
agriculture industry, eFoods Direct executive Steve Shenk, these and
other timely events reinforce the case for families to begin shoring up
their own personal food supplies.
For Shenk, they confirm that
if Americans are truly reconnecting with the Founding Fathers,
politically speaking, in the form of the Tea Party movement, they ought
to take it all the way and reconnect with the era of true self
reliance, evident in the country’s early years. This means taking more
personal control to hedge against uncontrollable circumstances.
example, hurricane-forecast experts unanimously predict an active storm
season for 2010, with as many as 16 tropical storms, eight hurricanes
and five major hurricanes projected. And they say the Gulf Coast region
is particularly vulnerable. New Orleans certainly recalls how scarce
food was after Katrina.
Meanwhile, on the economy front, some
experts still foresee another wave of home foreclosures possibly
triggering a double-dip recession, followed by staggering inflation.
Not to mention that, either way, due to production declines in beef,
pork and dairy, experts already see four- to five-percent increases in
food prices for 2010.
Says Shenk, “It’s interesting that
financial counselors who are now expounding the virtues of investing in
gold and silver . . . are themselves investing in farmland and
agricultural equipment. There’s a reason for that.”
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