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Sloppy JoeWorried about the rising cost of meat? (Hamburger now costs $4.25 per pound, up 85.5% since 2010.)

Worried that you might not have enough long-term storage food to last through a natural disaster or an economic collapse?

Putting up a couple cases or canned meats in your pantry will go a long way to addressing both issues. And if you own a pressure canner, you can up all sorts of meats and meat-based dishes to have on hand for the future.

But not everyone has the time, the know-how, or the equipment to can their own meats. And that’s why we heartily recommend Survival Cave canned meats. We have cases of canned beef, chicken, turkey and pork available in our online store right now with free shipping to the Continental U.S.

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Ground Beef Hits All-Time High — Buy Canned Beef Today

This article is a nice little follow up to our earlier coverage of emerging inflation in the U.S.  Prices for ground beef have risen 81 percent in the past five years, and we predict the price will keep going up due to the beef shortage and rising inflationary pressures.

 

Canned Beef for Long term StorageThe U.S. herd of beef cattle has not been this small since the early 1950s,and you can bet there are a lot more fast food restaurants serving hamburgers today than there were then. The cold winter and deep snow killed some cattle, but the extreme drought conditions in Texas and parts of the west have been even worse for cattle.

 

Speaking of the beef shortage, our supplier for the Survival Cave long term canned foods has informed us that orders for their beef cans are taking an average of three weeks to ship because of supply chain issues.  If you were considering adding any of their canned beef to your long-term storage food program, we suggest you order soon.  It does not look like the supply of beef is going to loosen any time soon.