Skyrocketing food prices are prompting many Americans to stock up on beef for the long haul | The Gateway expert

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If you watch the corporate media or listen to the story coming out of Washington DC, inflation is going down and everyone should be happy with the economy. When you look at the prices in the supermarket, you realize that the story does not correspond to reality.

With some foods soaring in price over the past year, it's becoming increasingly difficult for Americans to keep their cupboards stocked. But some Americans are looking ahead, seeing the writing on the wall and realizing that the trajectory of the nation and the world points to food shortages and government-controlled distribution.

“He who controls the food supply controls the people,” Henry Kissinger once said. He was right. It doesn't matter how independent and patriotic someone is. Given the choice between bowing to the government or letting their relatives starve, almost everyone will bow.

“We don't want anyone to bow to a tyrannical government because they don't have enough food to feed themselves and their families,” said Jason Nelson, CEO of Prepper All Naturals. “I fought for a free country and the direction America is headed is away from freedom.”

Nelson, a disabled veteran who served in both the U.S. Marines and the U.S. Army, left the military after a long career because of Covid-19 vaccine mandates. When he returned, his desire to serve compelled him to establish his company to provide Americans with their own long-term supply of freeze-dried food.

Ribeye, NY Strip and Tenderloin are among the cuts offered by Prepper All Naturals.

Nelson decided to go for premium cuts because of his own experience with “prepper” beef.

“I tried the freeze-dried 'beef crumbles' and 'beef chunks' that were being offered to Americans as survival food and realized that the apocalypse is going to be really bad if this is our only option,” Nelson said. “So we came up with a better option.”

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“Supermarket prices are going up for one reason: control,” Nelson said. “At some point in the near future, we imagine the government pressuring the full court to make us eat lab-grown meat or insects instead of real beef. That's why some people buy dozens of bags at a time, knowing that this may be the last real beef left.”

Get ahead of the price increases that will almost certainly affect the entire food industry in the near future by stocking up now on beef that can be stored long-term with Prepper All Naturals. Don't forget to use the promo code “TGP15” at checkout for a 15% discount.

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