Hibernate Hasn’t Raised Prices Despite Inflation
Emergencies suck, right? The lack of control, the difficult circumstances, the unpredictable changes involved—no one sane is begging for an emergency situation. Yet, unfortunately, it seems like we’re continually on the precipice of yet another worldwide crisis as the supply chain jams, again and again, causing the price of everything to skyrocket. In fact, according to the Labor Department, core inflation rose 8.5% in March—the highest inflation rate since 1981. And while other companies raise their prices to keep up with shipping and production costs, Hibernate is committed to making sure your emergency sucks a little less by keeping Hibernate food supply prices low, despite the record economical strain.
So while we all prepare for the trouble ahead, remember this—emergencies suck, but there are plenty of things you can do to make your circumstances, stress levels, and emergency food storage suck a lot less. And that can start with stocking up on Hibernate.
Inflation & Food Prices
Let’s talk a little more about why inflation affects the price of food so much, and what that means for your growing emergency supply.
Because of the rising cost of everything from gas to labor, every dollar we have buys a little (or a lot) less than it did before. And when one sector of the economy is affected, most others follow quickly behind. For instance, as we have watched gas prices soar in recent months, it hasn’t just meant that it costs us more to fill our tanks each week. It also means that the cost of transporting your food from farm to factory to grocery store has increased, and everyone involved in that process has to raise their prices to cover their own costs of operation. Meaning your grocery bill is significantly higher than it was even six months ago.
One of the reasons suppliers can afford to increase their prices along with their increasing costs is that food is a necessary good. We have to keep eating, no matter how much it costs us to do so. In addition, food production is a complex and labor-intensive process, which means that it is often one of the first sectors to reflect the rising costs across the economy.
And it’s not just farm-fresh food you buy regularly at the grocery store that is affected by increased cost of production and lags in the supply chain. Emergency food suppliers also feel the price hike pressure, along with other developing factors. For instance, many other emergency food storage companies are raising prices on supplies because the food storage industry is becoming more popular. This rising popularity of food storage is due to a number of things, including the increasing number of natural disasters and the expanding market for preppers. Regardless, as more people become interested in food storage, the demand for supplies increases, thereby driving up prices. In addition, food storage companies are facing increased competition from online retailers, which has also contributed to rising customer costs.
Despite the challenges, the food storage industry is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, providing a valuable service to those who choose to be prepared for emergencies. And the even better news is that Hibernate food supply prices will continue to remain affordable in order to help you feel the burden of all this inflation stuff that much less.
Why Hibernate Remains Firm On Pricing
One of our core objectives at Hibernate is to help eliminate the frustration, confusion, and fear often associated with emergency preparedness. In part, that means that we will consistently maintain the highest standards when it comes to the nutrition, flavor, packaging, and—yes—even pricing of our products.
That’s because our job isn’t simply to help you get by in an emergency situation. We want to help you thrive before, during, and after that—which means we’re working to deliver you quality food that is nutritionally dense, easy to transport, and is going to last for the long haul (in hopes that you won’t need it before then). And Hibernate food supply prices are staying fair and affordable despite inflation so that you can have the peace of mind you’ve done what you can to prepare your family and you didn’t have to lose your life savings over it.
Keep in mind that FEMA recommends keeping a food supply of at least two weeks for each member of your household in case of an emergency. That said, emergencies can come in all shapes and sizes (natural disasters, job loss, supply chain failures, global pandemics . . . you get the picture), back to back, and without warning, so having a larger food storage supply is highly recommended, especially as food prices continue to rise with inflation. Many customers at Hibernate benefit from starting out with a smaller emergency food supply and then working up to a larger one, depending on the needs of their family and what other emergency food they will be supplementing with. This gradual growth practice, along with the steady nature of Hibernate food supply prices, can help offset the impact inflation is having on the rest of your household and lifestyle.
Benefits Of Shopping With Hibernate
If you’re asking yourself, “Should I buy emergency food?” you’re probably also wondering what exactly makes Hibernate emergency food different from other products you’ll find out there. Here are a few things that make us a stand out in the food storage business.
- We’re industry veterans. That means that when we say this food has a 25 year shelf life and tastes just as good as the day it was packaged, we know it’s true because we’ve been around long enough to test that fact.
- We offer nutrient-dense, delicious food. Like, the kind that you don’t want to save for an emergency because it tastes so good. But not only that. A well-rounded supply of Hibernate products provides all the essential nutrients for your body to thrive in an emergency, including protein, carbs, fats, vitamins, and minerals.
- We create convenient packaging. It may seem like this should come lower on the list of Hibernate benefits, but let’s see if you feel the same the next time you’re trying to pack your car full of grandma’s canned green beans. Not that we’re knocking them, because YUM, but in an emergency, we promise you’ll be really happy about stackable, lightweight, handled buckets that can go essentially anywhere in a hurry.
- We’re dedicated to quality customer service. Our customers mean everything to us, and we’re here to make your life better. We’ve even got a 90-day money-back guarantee to back that up—though we’re pretty certain you won’t need it.
- Hibernate food supply prices aren’t going up, while everything else does. And here we are, back at food prices and inflation. But we’ll say it again because we think it’s important, and we’re sure you don’t want to overpay for food storage—we are keeping our prices low because your peace of mind and stability are the most important thing to us here at Hibernate.
Snag The Best Deals On Your Emergency Food Supply Now
While we work to keep prices on food storage as low as we can, it’s on you to grab the best deals as soon as possible. And we truly are talking about incredible value here—as low as 79 cents per serving in a 12-month emergency food supply! That’s going to be very difficult to beat when it comes to the nutritional value, convenience, variety, shelf life, and great flavor of our emergency meals. And if you’re looking for a little smaller emergency food supply, try our 6-month and 3-month supplies for similar prices per serving.
An ounce each of awareness and preparation are worth way more than a pound of cure come emergency time. Get your emergency food supply started with Hibernate today!
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