Storing Monsanto for the apocalypse? Tons of popular survival food brands rely on GMO corn and soy

Monday, November 21, 2016 by

You do your best to avoid all genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the foods you and your family eats, even though Monsanto, PepsiCo and the Grocery Manufacturing Association, among other corporate giants, have spent many millions of dollars to prevent labeling a package that says “partially made with genetically modified organisms.”

According to Responsibletechnology.org, 88% of all corn grown in the U.S. is genetically modified (GM), as well as 94% of soy. These two products are part and parcel of processed and packaged foods and animal feed. These foods, including long term storage and survival food, are also chock full of GM corn and soy derivatives, like corn syrup, corn solids and soy protein.

Planning for disaster is prudent, but including Monsanto and other GMO pushers in your purchases is a bad idea. There’s only one long term storable food to consider, and that’s Numanna Organic. Unlike Patriot Pantry, WISE foods, Mountain House, eFoods Direct and a host of others, Numanna Organic has been tested by the Health Ranger and contains no GMOs, soy protein, corn syrups or solids, artificial flavors, colors, MSG, refined sugars or chemical preservatives.

The Numanna Organic Family Pack includes 162 meals, each one tucked away in a heavy-duty heat sealed mylar bag that features a 25 -year shelf life, depending on storage conditions.  All you need to do is open the resealable bag, provide clean water and fire and you’re got a delicious and nutritious meal, which is exactly what you’ll need in tough situations.

Enjoy Italian organic pasta primavera, organic mac n’ cheese, organic habanero chili, organic brown sugar oatmeal, organic quinoa, organic classic chili, organic pancakes, premium organic milk powder, organic chia seeds, organic cheddar broccoli soup and organic marinara pasta all made without GMOs and chemicals.

Protect your family. Keep them strong.  Order the Numanna Organic Family Pack today.

 

Sources:

NiftyHomestead.com

ResponsibleTechnology.org

Science.NaturalNews.com

OrganicSurvivalFood.NaturalNews.com



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