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Survival Food Storage Company Offers Free Samples of their Products

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Emergency preparedness company EatTomorrow.com has recently launched a new website, offering customers a range of delicious and nutritious long term food supply options.

St. George, UT, USA – May 6, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

The company offers a variety of options from a 24 to 72 hour Emergency Food Kit, all the way up to their 4 year long term food supply option which will sustain 1 person with a well balanced, nutritious food supply including 4800 servings for up to 4 years.

EatTomorrow.com‘s goal is to provide emergency food storage that will be fresh, great tasting, and nutritious, which can be instrumental for survival in the worst of times. Their motto “Prepare Today and Eat Tomorrow” sums it up nicely, the point of view is that proactive preparedness is essential in today’s world, and that securing a long term food and water supply should be every survivalists first priority.

The company is offering free samples of their food through their “The Proof Is in the Pudding” program, giving people who are serious about establishing an emergency food supply the chance to actually try the product for themselves at no cost and no risk.

To sample the product, interested customers can visit the website EatTomorrow.com and request a free sample.

“We believe we have a product that is far superior to a lot of the other options out there, We are serious about having the correct caloric intake and nutritional balance in each meal to enable people to not just survive, but thrive, no matter what life throws at them”. Said Mr. Johnson, spokesman for the company.

EatTomorrow.com is an American owned and operated company. All food supply options are made in America, for Americans and are 100% GMO free and have the stamina to last up to 25 years without losing their taste or nutritional value.

About EatTomorrow.com
We value our customers and strive to provide a true world class experience focused on education and one on one help whenever needed. Our food speaks for itself, but our people here at Eat Tomorrow will help everyone customize their food supply, help everyone proactively prepare, and make sure they have everything they need to provide for themselves and their family when the time arises.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.EatTomorrow.com

Contact Info:
Name: Joel Sessions
Email: contact@eattomorrow.com
Address: 1492 Silicon Way St. George, Utah 84770
Phone: 1800-208-2302
Organization: EatTomorrow.com

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