The Difference Between Short-Term and Long-Term Food Storage

Short-term food storage is comprised of foods that you eat every day that have a relatively short shelf life of 3 to 5 years. These foods are purchased at your local grocery store. Long-term storage is made up of dry basic staples packaged to last many years. These survival foods can be edible and highly nutritious for 20 to 30 years.

In this video, we will review the basics of short-term and long-term food storage and help you to understand the value of having both.

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The Difference Between Short-Term and Long-Term Food Storage

The Difference Between Short-Term and Long-Term Food Storage

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