Launches World’s First Line of Organic, Non-GMO Preparedness Superfoods

Posted: May 15, 2011 at 3:47 pm

StorableOrganics Launches World’s First Line of Organic, Non-GMO Preparedness Superfoods

Tucson, Ariz - May 11, 2011 - has just launched, offering a full line of long-term storable superfoods and organic foods packed in steel cans for long-term shelf life. The company sells directly to consumers over the web and caters to people interested in preparedness and food security who understand the need for high-density nutrition during stressful emergencies.

“In an emergency, you don’t want to be living on Pop-Tarts and Cheetos,” said StorableOrganics founder Mike Adams. “You need high-density nutrition to support your health, keep you alert and provide the stamina to make it through any crisis.” offers chlorella, spirulina, organic chia seeds, organic quinoa, organic brown rice, rice bran solubles, palm sugar, Himalayan Pink Crystal salt and many other high-density superfoods. They’re packed in BPA-free bags that are sealed inside steel cans, giving them from 2 - 10 years of long-term storage (depending on the item).

“These are the superfoods that will not merely keep you alive in an emergency,” explained Adams, “they will also keep you healthy and well-nourished.” Chlorella and spirulina microalgae, for example, contain hundreds of different plant-based nutrients (phytochemicals), each with its own scientific function. Rice bran solubles, similarly, are made from the most nutrient-dense part of rice seeds — the part containing the vitamins and minerals that sprout the rice seed into a living plant.

Prices for the long-term storable superfoods are set at “bulk” pricing levels, actually making them cheaper than purchasing the products without the steel can (in most cases). That makes Storable Organics a place to acquire not just storable superfoods but also bulk pricing for volume purchases of superfoods. also offers long-term storable superfoods by the pallet for institutions or retreats requesting very large quantities.


Source: Storable Organics

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