MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 04: A general view of Costco signage in Docklands on August 04, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia.  Retail stores across Melbourne will close to customers as further stage 4 lockdown restrictions are implemented in response to Victoria's ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. The new rules, which come into effect at 11:59 on Wednesday 5 August, will see the majority of retail businesses like clothing, furniture, electrical and department stores will be closed to the public for the duration of the stage 4 restrictions. Businesses will be able to operate click and collect services with social distancing and contactless payments. Supermarkets, grocery stores, bottle shops, pharmacies, petrol stations, banks, news agencies and post offices will remain open during the lockdown. Melbourne residents are subject to a curfew from 8pm to 5am, must stay within a 5km radius of their homes along with limits on hours of exercise, while all students will return to home learning and childcare centres will close. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)
Costco's $200 Emergency Food Kit Will Keep You Going For 2 Weeks In Style
By Stacie Adams
You can find various products in bulk quantities at Costco, offering savings that can build up over time. Stocking up on items in bulk is a great way to prepare for emergencies when it might be challenging to acquire the things you need, so those who value the survivalist/prepper lifestyle may want to head over to Costco for their unique emergency food kit.
Costco offers a Nutrient Survival 122 Serving Emergency Food Supply, which can sustain a single person for two weeks or support a family of four over 72 hours. With a 25-year shelf life and a price of $200, this kit offers high-quality, nutrient-dense food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, like Costco's Hearty Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal and Triple Cheese Mac.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it was common to find depleted grocery shelves, igniting the desire for preparedness in many people's minds. Luckily, the emergency food supply provided by Costco illustrates that you don't have to sacrifice flavor and quality in the interest of readiness.