(NaturalNews) Here's a detailed update of what's new and interesting at the Natural News Store, plus some behind-the-scenes details.
We've just received 900+ cans of "Storable Organics" foods that were packed in 2011 and stored in another facility. They consist of #10 cans (that's a "number ten can" not a "ten pound can") packed with various organic storable foods such as organic pasta, stabilized rice bran tocopherols, Boku Superfood, Boku Super Protein, Himalayan Salt, quinoa, chia seeds and a few other things.
Because these were packed last year, they have reduced shelf life, so we're going to slash their prices deeply (really deep) and let Natural News readers have these at ridiculous discounts all next week.
Anything that doesn't get purchased by December 15th, we donate to local veterans via our Superfood for Soldiers program. We are also setting aside a volume of these cans just for the soldiers no matter what, and we've already organized things with a VFW organization out of Austin that's going to help is distribute this food directly to the hands of returning veterans.
Watch for these items to be posted on the Natural News Store as early as Monday morning. As we only have 900 cans or so, they will sell out quickly.
We've been working hard to source the cleanest sources of chlorella in the world. This has taken much longer than we anticipated, as we've been running a whole battery of lab tests and rejecting many potential sources.
The upshot is that we've identified the cleanest sources of chlorella on the planet, and we will be able to start offering this "clean chlorella" through our store by mid-January.
Storable Organics back online
Our "Storable Organics" line of product offerings is back online now. We have everything set up at a USDA certified organic food processing facility in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area which will now run our metal can production line.
Storable Organics is a line of storable superfoods I developed which are:
• 100% certified USDA organic (except items that cannot be certified organic such as Himalayan Salt) • 100% non-GMO • 100% free of MSG • 100% free of TVP
Over the next few weeks, you will see us rolling out long-term storable organic food staples, superfoods and supplements. These will all be packed inside large metal cans for long-term storability and portability. The cans are 100% rodent-proof.
We've also developed an improved method for packing food inside the cans, involving a double-lined food "pouch" that's sealed inside the can. This pouch has a resealable zip-style locking mechanism to keep the food fresh after you open it. This is placed inside the can, and then the can is sealed with an industrial can seamer that physically "melds" the lid with the can. So even if the can itself gets damaged, dented or bent in some way, the food inside is safely protected inside its own oxygen-proof, moisture-proof pouch.
Natural News is the first in the industry to offer this "double firewall" of protect for long-term storable organic foods. The creates a moisture-proof, oxygen-proof, rodent-proof, long-term storable container for emergency preparedness (or just an extended shelf life!).
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