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7 Out of 10 Americans Are Unprepared For This Emergency
By Kael Dixon
Wells Fargo recently reported that 7 out of 10 Americans are unprepared for most emergencies – let alone a food shortage.
You see, between food supply chain disruptions, global tensions, rising food prices, and the fact that Bank of America recently warned that nearly 175,000 Americans are expected to lose their jobs per month this year...
We believe it’s quite possible that many everyday Americans may be on the brink of extreme hunger – without even realizing it.
In fact, the current director of the World Food Programme, David Beasley, stunned a crowd recently by saying, "There may not be enough food for everyone in 2023."
Now if you're like me, you're probably wondering: This probably has nothing to do with us here in the States.
But even Barron's reported that a food shortage could be coming, even in the U.S.
Now, here's the thing. You probably have a few cans of tuna and a case of water or two lying around the house, but that’s probably not enough.
Because although FEMA says the average American needs three days of nonperishable food and water to survive...
What happens if a potential emergency lasts longer than that?
If you're in the small minority, you may have a week’s worth of food and water to survive a potential food shortage.
But if not, then what?
Well, luckily for you our team has just created a FREE report called, 6 Tips for Food Shortage: 2023 and Beyond.
And you can get this free report today by simply entering your email address below.
Once you do, you’ll discover how to protect your loved ones from almost any unexpected emergency, including a food shortage.
So don't wait. Get your free report today.
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