It has been available in the USA for several years and has excellent reviews. Originally, it was available via retail (regular stores) but the company changed to 'consultants' who sell the product. Working in the computer industry, I I can see why; many, many people under the ages of 40, buy more from the Internet, than anywhere stores. As the ages drop, they do not watch television (and purchase shows, without commercials, instead), they do not listen to local radio (and miss the local commercials), have only used cellphones, never owning a home phone, and rely heavily on friends refering products, rather than commercials.
You can buy a few items, at irregular intervals once a year or once a week - anything), you can order a 'set' amount (ie $50) to arrive automaticly every month, and save some money. There is a huge range of products available (in many sizes) - and I've been looking for this type of food (in Canada) for a very long time, to take camping, in the RV, and to also be able to feed the dogs (for convenience) when travelling. I can buy dehydrated food for the dogs (and usually use Harvest Foodworks for me) but they are very small portions and very expensive to eat longterm or over extended periods of time.
This companies products are entire foods, with little to no preservatives or chemicals in 95% of them, and include dozens of fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, deserts and 'extras'. The foods would also be useful for cutting down waste in a fridge, emergency preparedness, camping, hunting, 'spare' ingredients (rather than a trip to the store), HEALTHY snacks for people, diversity, without waste, if there is only one or two people living in a house. I will be setting a small Web site up for it where people can order directly from the companies Web site, under me, or can Email me their order and I will input it for them. I can also 'host' a party for you, at your location so you, so your friends and family, can 'try' the products BEFORE buying them anywhere in Eastern Ontario.
This product is both nutritious and cost-saving! They range in prices from a few dollars to $20 to $30 per 40 - 60 serving tin. They have a very long shelf life (even when opened, as is the case with most freeze-dried food) and primary uses would be:
• Everyday home use with meats, vegetables, fruits, dairy, and grains (including full meals to snacks)
• Emergency, Short and Long term kits (for cars, boats, power outages, camping, hunting, cottaging)
• Bulk food storage systems for large scale use, with entire shelving systems
The primary benefits of the products are:
• Nutritonal values are retained, unliked many canned, frozen, packaged or dehydrated foods
• Long term, safe, storage for emergency use, financial hardship, camping, hiking, RV-ing, Coattages, Parties, School and Work Lunches
• Diversified fruit, vegetable, meat choices, without the waste, cost or preparation time
• Cheaper per serving than many 'grocery store' counterparts, and available year-round instead of seasonally
• North American-sourced products with limited, to no, preservatives or chemicals