It’s game over folks.
Food shortages are guaranteed next year which will translate to fewer products at the store and more expensive ones at that.
There will be great chaos not seen since those grainy black and white days of the 1920s (funny how it seems to follow a schedule. I wonder what comes in the 30s?).
There’s two choices at present. Stick your head in the sand or prep, prep, prep!
The issue with prepping, historically, is that you end up in a situation where you accrue enormous amounts food only to discover it was overkill.
This is the first time I can say with great certainty, food next year won’t be as accessible.
The fertilizer shortage is real. Farmers are not producing the same output. We will burn through our 20-21 reserves over the next six months.
Whether you’re conspiratorial or not, you cannot ignore that they’re pushing the consumption of bugs in 2023 because the poor and the ignorant will have to consume them to survive.
This will be the way of the world moving forward and it won’t end over the course of a year.
So, what on Earth can you do? Especially if money is tight!
Buy food now when cash is spare and freeze it? Sure.
But. The shelf life is at best 12 months (though it varies depending on type of food).
This is the same issue with canning goods. You can get 12-18 months, but then you’re out of luck.
Now that’s completely fine when you’re trying to survive in the short term.
But, if you want to maximize your security then having 10+ years of reserves is the key.
So how do you achieve that? You invest in Long Life Emergency Food.
This is the reason why we offer it at Go West. Yes, hunt, garden, can, freeze and buy chickens.
But the greatest reassurance is a 25 Year Shelf Life on nutritious, calorific food. K.I.S.S.
God bless and stay safe.