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anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)

 
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Ordered my sample pack.. ..nothing arrives.. ..Contacted them about a month later only to learn that my address to ship to was incomplete. Accidents happen.. ..No-Biggie.. You charged my card but cant contact me to let me know there's a problem?.. ?.. C'Mon.. Problem now taken care of with Shelly at eFoods, ..right?.. ..wrong.. No food ever shows up after yet another month. I make another call and have to re-correct the problem, yet again. I thought they were rude at times, on the phone, and I like to be told when I'm being transferred from person to person as well. ..Anyway,.. I'll update when something actually shows up on my door..
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We have had a great experience with Efoods Direct the food is really good and tasty. In fact they just started there new division called Efoods Global and are giving away free samples and more until 10-20-10

desertsuncat
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Yeah, it's called a multilevel scheme! What a joke! You post here to try to make money off of good people? eFoods Direct will give you free samples without signing up for their mlm scheme. In fact, send me your address, and I'll send you some free samples - fresh from my "mixing bowl".

If the products were that good, why would they need to pay all that extra money to 5,6, 7 or more levels? And who pays all that money? The customer!

eFoods Direct problem - How do they label a meal using the word "beef" or "chicken" when there is no meat in the products? Isn't that illegal?

Do your homework! Use a little common sense. And get a real job!
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07/04/2011 12:17 PM
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
LOFL! Just wasted 3 minutes of my life reading this thread! Your are MICE! Discussing how you are going to shrivel down and skulk away with you BOBs into the shadows and nibble your little saved scraplings of shit sold to you by a corporation that ripped you off big time. What are you going to gain by hiding away and trying to ride it out? What world would be waiting for you when you eventually decide to crawl out of your cowardly foxhole? FFS grow some balls and stand up NOW - if you stop it from happening you won't have to worry about having to buy shit from MLM co.
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Ok. When a natural disaster rocks your area, cutting off the supply of food for a number of days, run outside in your little rambo costume with your balls waiving in the air and command nature to reverse it's course.

Nutjob.
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07/15/2011 01:15 PM
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SCAM!!!! wtfDONT FALL FOR PATRIOT PACK SCAM!!! THEY DONT HAVE THEM!!!!!!!!!!wtf
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07/30/2011 01:07 PM
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
This efood is CRAP.
All subsidized shit-soy, corn, dairy.
All bad for you.

Where are the nutrients?
You'd be better off eating weeds
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efoods is dishonest-do not give them your credit card info. wanted to try them but instead of doing what they said they would do they did just the opposite! can not trust these people at all.
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
Food can not last 25 years [link to www.pbs.org]
Nasa has been trying for years what do these people know that nasa dosen't how to run a scam that's what. There have been no critical reviews consumer reports est.I think they also use services like reputation.com a good way to purge the web of decent.
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The food from eFoods Direct is good. It tastes good and it is easy to prepare. The food is has a little natural sea salt added for flavoring. It is not loaded with sodium as a preservative. They have an informational packet that explains everything. I just ate some over the weekend. Visit mypatriotsupply.com and order a sample / 72 hour kit
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10/11/2012 12:00 AM
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Horrible!! Just awful--don"t waste any money on it.
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
Why spend that kind of money? U can store all u need for that amount of time for probably much less. Get lots of rice,beans,water and canned food. It will last @ least a couple of years and WAY CHEAPER!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 179737


I agree 100%.

clappa

I have tons of experience in canned and bottle stored items. My father retired from Heinz Co. which has been canning foods for over a century.

Over 50 years, we have enjoyed a full pantry of canned soups, pickles, tuna, vinegar, syrups, ketchup, sauces, gravies, beans, spinach, lintels, corned beef hash, etc...
(Heinz employee and retiree prices were 50 cents to $2.00 /case for decades through the Heinz employee store.)

I have done storage experiments and can tell you in most cases, these canned goods will last over 15 years. In some cases 20-30 years, and with bottled items 60 years plus.

The advantage of NOT paying high prices for dehydrated foods is that canned water is also very important to have...which is a major ingredient of most canned items. IE: Canned corn, peas, carrots, grean beans, peanut butter, butter, strawberries, yeast. etc...

They will last almost indefinitely if kept sealed. Plus the can can be used as a container to heat, boil, drink, etc.. You can even use empty cans for perimeter security, storage for buried valuables, and things like fire starting & signaling (can lids).

The only draw back is that you will need some space for storage and you won't be able to tote cases of these around. That's why it's good to get friends, family, neighbors, and people you network with to add similar stocks to their storage. Put you next to theirs and vice versa.

In dangerous times, the odds of all supplies being wiped out are minimized plus you will have places of shelter stocked in advance.

Other store bought items can always be added to your stock. Look for strong packaging or buy 5 gal pro grade sealable buckets from Sherwin Williams (with rubber gasket). Use mineral oil to coat gasket for final seal.

Sugar, flour, yeast, bandages, rice, dry beans, drink mixes, water filters, tea, tobacco, coffee, vitamins, medicine, waterproofing gear, gunpowder, maps, flares, etc... Wal Mart even sells a camping toilet seat that fits on top of any discarded buckets for $20.

Other things to have:
TP
Natural Sponges
Magnesium Fire sticks, or 9 V battery & steel wool
Flares
Summer Sausage ( most last 5 years +)
Chocolate in jars/cans.
Non scented bleach (add 12 drops per gal to any water for 12 hours) Once you smell a slight chlorine smell...safe to drink.
Coffee Filters
Charcoal
Indoor Lamp oil
Olive oil (eat it or burn it in the lamps)
30 - 40 5 Gallon Water bottles. They will sell stackable crates for these...they store indefinitely.
5 - 10 Mile Radio Band comm devices.
Tape - any kind and all kinds
Rolls and Rolls of garbage bags.
Cat litter (put 2 hand full in plastic bag under bucket toilet seat)
Rope & Bungee
Knives

Reapting air guns with extra BB's and CO2 (nonleathel must have) they are quiet, legal, look real, and will work well at close range for critters or even unarmed humans if shot in the eyes or soft tissue)
Batteries
Oil Lamps
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10/11/2012 01:43 AM
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
read the ingredients. seems like a chemistry experiment. for example, cheesy chicken rice casserole. no chicken in that. some flavor enhancers aka MSG. not buying it after trying the samples. tastes good but still a chemistry experiment in my mind.
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And this is somehow different than what your eating now?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1027476


Probably not but if you buy it here you get to pay about 100 times the cost of just getting it in a store.Junk is junk.May as well pay the least for it.
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
Why spend that kind of money? U can store all u need for that amount of time for probably much less. Get lots of rice,beans,water and canned food. It will last @ least a couple of years and WAY CHEAPER!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 179737


I agree 100%.

clappa

I have tons of experience in canned and bottle stored items. My father retired from Heinz Co. which has been canning foods for over a century.

Over 50 years, we have enjoyed a full pantry of canned soups, pickles, tuna, vinegar, syrups, ketchup, sauces, gravies, beans, spinach, lintels, corned beef hash, etc...
(Heinz employee and retiree prices were 50 cents to $2.00 /case for decades through the Heinz employee store.)

I have done storage experiments and can tell you in most cases, these canned goods will last over 15 years. In some cases 20-30 years, and with bottled items 60 years plus.

The advantage of NOT paying high prices for dehydrated foods is that canned water is also very important to have...which is a major ingredient of most canned items. IE: Canned corn, peas, carrots, grean beans, peanut butter, butter, strawberries, yeast. etc...

They will last almost indefinitely if kept sealed. Plus the can can be used as a container to heat, boil, drink, etc.. You can even use empty cans for perimeter security, storage for buried valuables, and things like fire starting & signaling (can lids).

The only draw back is that you will need some space for storage and you won't be able to tote cases of these around. That's why it's good to get friends, family, neighbors, and people you network with to add similar stocks to their storage. Put you next to theirs and vice versa.

In dangerous times, the odds of all supplies being wiped out are minimized plus you will have places of shelter stocked in advance.

Other store bought items can always be added to your stock. Look for strong packaging or buy 5 gal pro grade sealable buckets from Sherwin Williams (with rubber gasket). Use mineral oil to coat gasket for final seal.

Sugar, flour, yeast, bandages, rice, dry beans, drink mixes, water filters, tea, tobacco, coffee, vitamins, medicine, waterproofing gear, gunpowder, maps, flares, etc... Wal Mart even sells a camping toilet seat that fits on top of any discarded buckets for $20.

Other things to have:
TP
Natural Sponges
Magnesium Fire sticks, or 9 V battery & steel wool
Flares
Summer Sausage ( most last 5 years +)
Chocolate in jars/cans.
Non scented bleach (add 12 drops per gal to any water for 12 hours) Once you smell a slight chlorine smell...safe to drink.
Coffee Filters
Charcoal
Indoor Lamp oil
Olive oil (eat it or burn it in the lamps)
30 - 40 5 Gallon Water bottles. They will sell stackable crates for these...they store indefinitely.
5 - 10 Mile Radio Band comm devices.
Tape - any kind and all kinds
Rolls and Rolls of garbage bags.
Cat litter (put 2 hand full in plastic bag under bucket toilet seat)
Rope & Bungee
Knives

Reapting air guns with extra BB's and CO2 (nonleathel must have) they are quiet, legal, look real, and will work well at close range for critters or even unarmed humans if shot in the eyes or soft tissue)
Batteries
Oil Lamps
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24844915


bump
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Re: anyone have any good experiences with EFOODSDIRECT(survival foods, they sell year supplys)
Costco sells this type of thing.. and I love Costco
How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?
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I have had a really unfortunate issue with eFoodsDirect. The Coop partner “Maple Leaf” packed and shipped damaged goods to fulfill my order. To date the company, the partner and the shipper have failed to correct the problem. If you are considering purchasing from eFoodsDirect you may want to rethink you decision.
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I'm just responding to this u say you had a bad experience with efood but your are advertising your own product your are a fake and a liar.
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I called reference to a radio program advertising 6 free meals just pay shipping and handling. When placing the order I was told that the average price per meal after the introductory offer would be about $2.00 per meal. The "Free" offer cost $14.95 for six meals. I was skeptical but The radio program made the food sound so alluring I thought I would try it anyway.
When the order arrived, I received three pouches of powdered food.
I called and asked where the other three pouches were and was told that each pouch contained two meals. When I examined the pouches they state that they contain 4 servings, but there is no separation within the packages to prepare only one meal. Also the calorie count for the meals averaged 329 calories per meal. Hardly a meal in any sense of the word.
I also noted that one of the pouches was called Cheesy Chicken Rice Casserole. However it contained NO chicken whatsoever.
So my complaint is Buyer Beware. This company engages in misleading advertising and false representation of their products.
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food tastes awesome but has types of MSG in it.. such as Yeast Extract.. Really sux cause i need to start buying storable food
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food tastes awesome but has types of MSG in it.. such as Yeast Extract.. Really sux cause i need to start buying storable food
 Quoting: Ap0c@Lyp5e


anyone know of any storable food without Soy and MSG?
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I have ordered twice. Very quick both times. The food is good. low sodium no trans fats Perfect to help with inflation or just got home too late to cook. Not just disasters. Very Happy with service and product

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