Free trial for food storage

I'm hesitant to post about this, but it seems like a really great opportunity. Of course you will have to do your own due diligence to see if it's right for you, BUT here is an opportunity for really affordable food storage.

For the next few weeks, until 10-20-2010, Sundance Global, a new division of 25-year-old company, EFoods Direct, will give you $15 worth of free (well, $6 something for shipping), high quality, freeze dried meals just so you can try it out.

I have been concerned lately with not having any food storage and not having any room in my budget to do anything about it. Well, here's a way. I signed up for the trial of 8 meals about about a week ago and they came within days. If you're interested in finding out more, go here.

They are putting their money where their mouth is, so to speak. There is no obligation, but they are so convinced that people will want to help their friends and family with a "viral tell a friend, get even more food" campaign that they will give you $15 more free food credit for every two people who click over to the free website they create for you when you request your free food storage meals.

Disclaimer: This is not a "get rich quick" scheme. It's just a way to stock up fast and help each other make our food stores more robust, and hopefully convenient and tasty too. And if you have no interest, just ignore this post :).

1 comment:

Kit said...

I have been having fun collecting the Priority Mail envelopes that are beginning to pile up at my doorstep full of free food!

The Potato soup was tasty. Tortillas stuffed with the Cheesy Rice Casserole, served with salsa on the side, was a hit.

Mine turned out to be 16 servings of food in my trial offer for just $5.95 shipping in case anyone wants to know....can't do McDonalds for that!