Can Organizers and food storage rotation
Food Storage Rotation with Pantry Maid Can Organizers
Food supply shortages...
Make sure to take the necessary steps right now to protect your family from unexpected emergencies.
As we have seen in the news lately, food supplies could be halted from one moment to the next in the event of a natural disaster. Help will take time to get to you. For this reason it is important to be prepared.
Pantry organizer units make it easy for you to build up your family's food storage and have quick access to it. One of the most important aspects of food storage is food rotation to avoid wasting your food and budget.
Buying canned foods is not enough to be prepared. You need a simple can rotation system--like the Can Organizer--to keep your pantry well organized and your cans rotated. Our can rotator system will also help you keep an accurate inventory of the food you store as well as to give you an idea of what you need to replenish your pantry storage.
Our can dispenser system will give you peace of mind because you will see at a glance that you are ready to take care of your family in any situation.
Plan to buy a few Can Organizers each month. In less than a year you will have all the units you need to reach your food storage goals.
Three Factors Necessary for Long Term Food Storage Success:
• Pantry Organization – for quick access and to see what you have in your pantry.
• Food Rotation - to avoid canned food waste due to unchecked expiration dates.
• Inventory – to know what to buy on your next trip to the grocery store.
Can you imagine how easy it will be to write down your grocery list?
Some Pantry Canned Staples for your Family
. Beans (Black, Garbanzo, Kidney Beans)
. Fish (Tuna, Salmon, Sardines)
. Fruit (Peaches, Pears, Pineapple)
. Meats (Chicken, Beef, Turkey)
. Milks (Evaporated, Condensed)
. Misc (Green Chilies, Olives, Mushrooms)
. Soups (Chicken Noodle, Tomato, Vegetable)
. Vegetables (Corn, Green Beans, Peas)
It's a Good Idea... to store food your family will actually eat and enough water to last at least 3 days in case of a disaster or an emergency