Costco is selling $6,000 doomsday-prepper food kits that can feed a family of 4 for a year

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Attention preppers: Costco is selling bulk food kits that can feed a family of four for up to a year.

The kits range in price from $999.99 to $5,999.99 and include grains, fruit, vegetables, proteins, dairy and more.
Much of the food has a 25-year shelf life, including the freeze-dried corn, broccoli, green beans and apples. Other items like instant black beans, lentils and sugar, have a 30-year shelf life.
The least expensive kit, at $999.99, contains 96 cans that can feed one adult for a year on a diet of 1,200 calories per day. The most expensive, at $5,999.99, includes 600 cans, and can feed four people for a year on a diet of 2,000 calories a day.

“Enjoy the comfort in knowing you have the essential foods your family will need to survive an emergency or natural disaster!” Costco says on the product page.

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Costco's most expensive emergency food kit
Costco’s most expensive emergency food kit, at $5,999.99, contains 600 cans of food that can feed four people for a year, based on a 2,000-calorie-per-day diet. (Image: Costco)

Worried that your nosy neighbors will see that you’re stocking up for a zombie apocalypse?
Costco notes that the kits are “packaged discreetly for privacy in shipping.”
But note that you’ll need some space to store these kits. The biggest one stands around 6-feet tall and fills two square pallets.

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Costco's most expensive emergency food kit
The packages of food are huge, but packaged discreetly. (Image: Costco)

Other items included in the kits are egg noodles, white rice, instant rotini pasta, dehydrated potatoes, Chicken TVP, freeze-dried strawberries, bananas and raspberries.
One reviewer gave the largest kit a five-star review. “As advertised, no problems. (100) boxes with six #10 cans in each box. boxes weigh 8- 36 pounds each. boxed in discreet plan brown boxes. Thank you COSTCO for carrying emergency products.”


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