Another booth we stopped at while at the Self Reliance Expo was Lindon Farms. Lindon Farms is a Food Storage company that sells meals, and freeze-dried fruits and vegetables. We have always been BIG advocates for traditional food storage – and we STILL are. Meaning: store grains, and legumes, learn to cook with them, and make that the bulk of your food storage. However, there are situations where you may want just add water meals. In times of natural disaster, or powerless cooking, having quick meals on hand to just add water could definitely ease stress. Also, if you’re not into canning, fruits and vegetables is probably something you’ve been feeling is lacking in your food storage.
We became dealers of Lindon Farms because their products solve these two obstacles in traditional food storage, and to get you the products the cheapest possible. Check out our dealer page for additional information.
Food Storage Meals
• Delicious just-add-water meals
• Easy to open zip-seal pouches
• Featuring METALITE™ pouches
• Easily Transportable
• Shelf Life – Up to 20 years
• No High Fructose Corn-Syrup
• No added MSG
19 Delicious Meal Varieties: Natural Granola , Apple Blueberry Granola, Oatmeal, Eggs, Pudding Dessert, Freeze Dried Fruit Mix, Polenta (corn grits), Beef Flavored Vegetable Stew, Cheddar Broccoli Soup, Seasoned Mashed Potatoes, Chicken Flavored Vegetable Stew, Cheesy Pasta, Western Chili , Hearty Potato Soup, Mixed Vegetables, Red Beans & Rice, Regular Whey Milk, Chocolate Whey Milk, Citrus Drink.
Freeze Dried Fruits and Vegetables
The fruits and vegetables come in plastic containers that contain a variety of fruits and veggies in mylar bags. Mylar bags stored inside plastic containers make for easy storage of multiple items in a small space.
Freeze Dried Fruits 150/300 serving packages contain:
- Sliced Strawberries
- Sliced Bananas
- Sliced Peaches
- Diced Apples
- Whole Raspberries
- Whole Blueberries
Freeze Dried Fruits 160/320 serving packages contain:
- Sweet Peas
- Diced Potatoes
- Corn Kernels
- Green Beans
-Jodi Weiss Schroeder