We’re excited today to give part one of a step-by-step checklist of how to put your storage all together so you will know what you have, where it is and how long it will last when you need it.... Read More
Most people agree that creating a stockpile of emergency food storage and supplies is an important concept. However, once you start looking into detailed lists of all the recommended items, it’s eas... Read More
Everyone loves a hot, comforting bowl of soup on a cold, winter day. Augason Farms has a variety of soup mixes (both organic and not) that our customers and their families love! Simply add water and s... Read More
What most people don’t realize is that milk doesn’t always have to come from the gallon container in the refrigeration section at the grocery store. It can be a food storage staple that you keep o... Read More
Anyone that spends some of their time grocery shopping will tell you that the cost of food is on the rise, and that no relief from climbing price stickers is coming soon. When there are huge demands o... Read More
You’ve pulled out almost everything you need for your family’s favorite baked good, and then you go to the fridge and realize that you’re out of milk; or you look in the pantry and can’t find ... Read More
Seal your emergency food or other products in an airtight, leak-proof storage container, and protect your investment. Snap the adapter and ring onto the pail, and with a few spins, the removable lid will provide easy access and an airtight seal. These pails and GAMMA SEAL lids are easy to use and a
Victorio Hand Wheat Grinder is one of the easiest grinders to use. The hand crank operation makes it available to use during power outages. You can grind wheat, rice, oats, seeds and other dry grains. It adjusts from fine to coarse and is small enough to fit easily in a drawer or cupboard.
Having an ample pantry is only part of your survival and preparedness plan. We sell equipment that will help you to store your own foods for survival and preparedness. Food can be damaged by heat, light and oxygen. The first two potential problems can be overcome by positioning, but the third is more complicated to conquer. To remove the oxygen from your stored food, you will need oxygen absorbers.
The air that is sealed in a storage container is the same as the air that is all around us: 21% oxygen and 79% nitrogen. The nitrogen will not affect the quality of your stored food, but the oxygen will. To calculate the size of oxygen absorber you will need, you have to know the cubic centimeter air volume of your container.
The 6 gallon storage buckets we sell have a total air volume of 22,800 cubic centimeters. 21% of this figure is 4,788 cubic centimeters and this is the amount of oxygen that will be present in the container. So to successfully remove this oxygen you would need ten 500cc oxygen absorbers. Food displacers air, so oxygen absorbers would be needed only for the amount of space not occupied by food. We provide 500cc oxygen absorbers sold in packs of 75, ample supply for preparedness and storage.