Stocking Up on Food

Stocking Up on Food Staples: Investors turn Attention to Farmland, Equipment, and Supplies

Oil isn’t the only major commodity to experience rising prices and soaring global demand. Farmers are finding that their food supplies are in high demand as well.

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Investors are responding accordingly and a new futures market is taking root. In anticipation that the costs of farming will continue to rise much the same way oil has, investors have begun buying up farmland, farm equipment, and farm supplies.

Steve Shenk, director of eFoods Direct believes the cost of food is going to continue to climb and that consumers can protect themselves. Part of the problem is that the "food shortage price bubble" will be inflated by investors manipulating food supplies in order to reap huge speculative profits.

Shenk provides a perspective that every American is going to want to hear. Futures markets are speculative but the fact remains that thousands of tons of American food are being sold to other countries or stored for future profits while Americans experience rationing and possible bread lines.

About Steve Shenk and eFoods Direct

For the last 27 years, Steve Shenk has been the director of the J. Michael Stevens Group, the premier nationwide supplier of bulk, high nutrition, low moisture foods, directly to the consumer. He is the foremost authority on agricultural projections, trends and conditions as they relate to food on the family dinner table.

Steve is an unbridled optimist on a mission to help people rediscover the spirit of rugged, self-reliance that made America strong. With his quick wit and charming, Minnesota, country-boy attitude, Steve will leave you and your listeners believing that there’s real hope for the future. The sons and daughters of the pioneers still have what it takes to make America "The land of the free and the home of the brave".

The first step in becoming fearless of the worldwide famine is to have your own food. By getting a supply of bulk food and learning to use it a family can feed themselves tomorrow at today’s prices.

Summary Points

  • What families need to do is the same thing that speculators and commodity investors are doing and that is to buy tomorrow’s, next month’s and maybe even next year’s food at today’s prices.
  • The families who are already in trouble with food costs need to buy a good quantity of bulk, low moisture food (which will cost less than half grocery store prices) and then learn to cook. Buying "cheap" and learning "fast and easy" "real home cooking" methods will save them 75% of their present grocery cost.
  • To find top-quality, nutritionally well balanced and organized bulk food supplies contact eFoods Direct or (800) 409-5633.

Questions we should be asking!

  1. Homeland Security recommends that Americans store two weeks worth of food, water and other emergency supplies. Do you agree with them?
  2. What are some of the reasons that food costs are increasing world wide?
  3. How will the world wide food shortages affect Americans?
  4. What are the benefits of buying and using bulk food?
  5. With both parents working, is it realistic to think people can go back to home cooking?
  6. Are American farmers preparing to increase output?
  7. What is the government’s role in determining farm output?
  8. What percentage of American food is imported?
  9. What would be an early indication that the famine will affect Americans?
  10. Do we have food reserves in America and if so, how much?
  11. How fast will prices increase?
  12. What do you mean by "Food Price Bubble"?
  13. Does bulk, low moisture food taste good?
  14. Can one find recipes for bulk food in regular cook books?
  15. Why should people buy dehydrated rather than cans, or military MRE’s?
  16. How much can be saved by cooking with bulk food as opposed to processed food from the grocery store?
  17. Is food becoming an investment grade commodity like gold and silver?

To schedule an interview with Steve Shenk, call: (630) 848-0750.