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Quick Summary

Emergency Essentials is one of the oldest and most respected food storage companies with a large variety of food storage and emergency preparedness items. The Emergency Essentials private label brand is called Provident Pantry, but the company mixes in Mountain House freeze-dried food in most of their packages.

Avg. Customer Review

5.00 out of 5

Reviewed Products

  • Emergency Essentials Traditional 2000
    Emergency Essentials Traditional 2000: 1-Year Food Supply
  • Emergency Essentials Premium 2000
    Emergency Essentials Premium 2000: 1-Year Food Supply
  • Gourmet 2000 1 Year Supply of Food
    Emergency Essentials Gourmet 2000: 1-Year Food Supply

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Emergency Essentials

Founded:
1987

Headquarters:
Orem, Utah

Sister Companies:
None.

Main Product(s):
Freeze-dried and dehydrated food, and emergency supplies

Business Type:
Mainly a reseller

Website:
www.beprepared.com

About Emergency Essentials

Emergency Essentials is one of the oldest and most respected food storage and emergency preparedness companies. As their website says, Emergency Essentials started out mainly as a catalog company. However, the company now has several retail stores throughout Utah and a very robust online presence. Their online web address is very appropriate: www.beprepared.com

Emergency Essentials basically sells any type of emergency preparedness product you could ever need. Food storage, containers, tools, water filtration, radios, heat sources, and seeds are just some of the broad product categories the company offers. And if you live in Utah, you can stop by one of their retail stores and check out the products for yourself.

For food storage, Emergency Essentials mainly resells Mountain House brand freeze-dried food coupled with their own private label brand called Provident Pantry. The Provident Pantry items are mainly bulk ingredients such as vegetables and fruits while the Mountain House entrees are traditional ready-to-eat meals.

Our Opinion

We have a very high opinion of Emergency Essentials, and you can feel safe purchasing from them. They also have a 30-day unconditional satisfaction guarantee and a one-year warranty on non-food items. Finally, Emergency Essentials has one of the best checklists for deciding which food storage option is best for you. You can read it here.

Avg. Customer Review

1 review for Emergency Essentials

  1. Vic
    5 out of 5

    :

    I have been using Emergency essentials for the past 3-4 years. Products are good quality and priced very well. They have a very large selection and ship quickly. I am extremely satified with them.

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