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Quick FYI: Thrive Life storage foods

Just a quick FYI: Thrive Life is having its semi-annual sale on storage foods.

NFI to me, but if you want your purchase to benefit Lisa over at SurvivalMom, here’s her affiliate link.

Thrive Life is on the pricey side, but uniformly they are the best-tasting storage foods I’ve tried. I usually buy Augason Farms foods myself, because they’re good, affordable, and available at Walmart or Walmart.com. But if price was no object, I’d stock my pantry with Thrive Life and Mountain House. So finding TL on sale is a Very Good Thing.

Anyhow, sale ends April 24. So if you’re currently in stock-up mode, you might want to look into this. Again, NFI. Just making a public service announcement here.

In her subscriber email, Lisa says these are the best bargains in the sale (those are her notes, too, so don’t blame me for the caps and exclamation points):

• Fudge Brownie mix – 30%
• Tomato (Classic Tomato Sauce) – 30%
• Fuji Apples – 35 % I EAT THESE STRAIGHT FROM THE CAN!
• Apricots – 30%
• Banana Slices – 35% REHYDRATE AND USE IN BANANA BREAD!
• Blueberries – 35% GREAT FOR SMOOTHIES.
• Mangoes – 35%
• Strawberry Slices – 30%
• Cauliflower – 23 %
• Celery – 30% ONE CAN WILL LAST FOREVER!
• Corn – 35% GOOD IN SOUPS, CHOWDERS, AND EATEN AS IS.
• Mushrooms – 25% THESE WILL NEVER GET SLIMY IN THE FRIDGE!
• Onions (chopped/small) – 30% ONE CAN WILL LAST A LONG TIME!
• Chopped Spinach – 30%
• Butternut Squash – 40%
• Quick Oats – 30%
• Cheddar Cheese – 50% EXCELLENT PRICE ON AN EXPENSIVE ITEM.
• Mozzarella Cheese – shredded – 30%
• Parmesan Cheese – Shredded – 40% BETTER THAN THE GREEN CAN!
• Vanilla Yogurt Bites – 30% YUMMY AS A SNACK OR REHYDRATED.
• Large Beef Dices – 50%
• Chopped Chicken – 25% WE USE THIS ALL THE TIME FOR CHICKEN SALAD.
• Scrambled Egg mix – 30% USE IN BAKING RECIPES.
• Most of the shelving units – 44% – 56%

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3 Comments

  1. MJR
    MJR April 21, 2017 11:01 am

    Thanks for the info Claire

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  2. jc2k
    jc2k April 24, 2017 4:35 pm

    One thing to keep in mind is that after they’re opened, they will begin absorbing moisture from the atmosphere, so technically, one can of anything won’t really last forever.

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  3. Claire
    Claire April 24, 2017 5:57 pm

    Absolutely. In theory, once a can is opened the contents are good for one year. Of course it differs depending on the item(s) in the can, the ambient temperature, humidity, etc.

    I’ve had food in opened #10 cans last for years. I’ve also had fragile items in sealed #10 cans go bad quicker than they were supposed to.

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