Melaleuca Coffee Mountain Cabin

Happy New Year! This is the perfect time to make a resolution to beef up your personal/household preparedness. Here are some great preparedness products—some general, some specific brands—to consider purchasing:

• The Excalibur 3926TB Food Dehydrator. When it comes to food storage, no appliance is quite as handy as a great food dehydrator. It’s a great investment because it is so economical in the long run. This baby costs around @50 online, but it will last you forever. Over time, it ends up saving you money with all the fruit and other foods you can dehydrate and add to your food supply. Home-dried food last a really ling time, and they are a lot less expensive than dehydrated foods you buy at the store.

• Mountain Cabin Premium Coffee. This is a new product from Melaleuca, and believe it or not, coffee is a great thing to keep in your food storage. Melaleuca coffee is fairly sourced, 100% organic coffee that stores for a long time. It even comes in single-serve cups that work with Keurig 2.0 coffeemakers. Food storage doesn’t need to be bland, so why not include some great-tasting gourmet coffee? Learn more about Melaleuca coffee in this video:



• DeLorme InReach Explorer. This two-way satellite communicator comes equipped with built-in navigation. Part of survival in an emergency situation is the ability to locate others and locate yourself, and if the phones and internet go down, having this handy may be your only way to signal for help.

• Sawyer Mini Water Filtration System. Having access to clean water is essential for life, regardless of whether or not you are in a survival situation. But for emergency prep, there may not be a better water filter than this one. It’s compact, easily portable, easy to use and rinse out, and it filters 99.99999% of bacteria and other harmful microbes/pollutants. Best of all, you can filter up to 100,000 gallons with this little guy. And for around $20, that is a screaming good deal.

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