We are living in times of uncertainty at many levels. We are faced with economic challenges, we have a drought in the Midwest, and we are facing a debt that will have to be dealt with in the days to come. Individuals are seeing their assets shrink. We would like to offer you a potential way to secure your future and to see your wealth grow during turbulent economic times. There are two reasons to purchase Bulk food. The first is as a reserve for you...Read more
Grains have been a source of nutrition and sustenance for people for thousands of years. One great advantage that grain has is how it can maintain its nutritional value in the correct environmental conditions for decades. Our products are stored at a constant cool temperature year around in air-tight, moisture-free food grade 275 gallon IBC Containers. This makes grains an optimal product to purchase for the long term. Approximately 1800 pounds of...Read more
Beans are one of the most popular of all of the world’s foods, and their use dates all the way back to the beginning of recorded history. They were a year-round source of nutrients for the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, and the native peoples of our continent .They’re among the most nutritious, economical foods available. Approximately 1800 pounds of beans fits into each of our IBC Containers. When stored in the right conditions, they have amazing...Read more
Oil is not given very high priority when considering food items for long-term storage, yet it is a very strategically important part of our food chain. Most oils go bad or rancid in two years or three at the most, furthering the possibility of a shortage developing in this food group. This makes for a perfect asset if you are able to find and store cooking oils that last many years. We have found two so far that do. So we are offering the...Read more
In this section we include products beyond traditional grains and beans. This is a section that will expand over time and all of these products will have longevity. This will grow into an exciting section where we will include things such as coffee beans, heirloom seeds, spice kits, and even detergent. Grains | Beans | Oils Potato Flakes Potato flakes are dehydrated potatoes. They are typically used to make mashed potatoes. Potato flakes are...Read more
We look forward to expanding the products we offer. Our hope is to offer you products that will increase in value over the years while providing the safety of ownership in the event of shortages that may come. All of these products have longevity in common as well as usefulness. Grains | Beans | Oils | Misc Food Items Shredded Dried Coconut Coconuts are one of the most nutritious of all fruits. Coconuts are rich in lauric acid, which is...Read more
We are living in times of uncertainty at many levels. We are faced with economic challenges, we have a drought in the Midwest, and we are facing a debt that will have to be dealt with in the days to come. Individuals are seeing their assets shrink. We would like to offer you a potential way to secure your future and to see your wealth grow during turbulent economic times.
There are two reasons to purchase Bulk food. The first is as a reserve for you and your loved ones in the event of a food shortage. The second is a means of holding a tangible asset that not only holds, but likely increases in value.
Bulk foods are becoming an area of interest for asset managers around the world. News about rising food prices and the global affects have been in headlines in many countries over the last decade. Food is a driving force in our world and being strategic before any crisis occurs is a wise move. Bulk Foods International offers a path for you to take so that in the future when others are feeling anxiety about the price and availability of food, you will feel secure knowing you have food to eat and an asset that has grown in value.
The “Spot” commodity price is not a good pricing method to use as a measuring stick for bulk grain or other food that will be used for human consumption. In general, the foremost national authority for ongoing grain prices is the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, however many other factors affect pricing, as explained below.
Spot price is the approximate price paid to a farmer for his bulk grain and other foods coming straight from the field. At that point the grain can be considered nothing more than animal feed. It has not been inspected, graded, cleaned, packaged, or analyzed for nutrient value, moisture content, or any other factors. Each one of these steps requires shipping freight charges and other additional costs, which add to the final price.Read more
Purchasing precious metals for a hedge against inflation is nothing new. Many individuals have been flocking to precious metals for some time now. The fundamentals of purchasing tangible assets are similar in many ways no matter the type of commodity. The adage “if you can’t hold it, you don’t own it” has never been more true.Read more