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Food for Patriots
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About Food for Patriots

Food for Patriots, found online at Food4Patriots.com, is a company which sells survival food kits to people who are looking for nutritious food packs which can withstand long periods of storage, in case of an emergency.

The video presentation promoting Food for Patriots is done by Frank Bates, a man from Tennessee, who says that he started his survival food company to help people become more self reliant, more independent, and “ready for anything.”

The reason why he has started promoting the purchase of survival foods online, according to this video, is because his friend “Matt” received a letter from FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which he claimed made lots of inquiries about the number of survival food kits he had and how quickly they could be shipped somewhere.

Matt and Frank Bates interpreted this letter to mean that there is an imminent threat to the United States that people should be preparing for, even though stockpiling emergency food supplies is part of FEMA’s job and is something they have been doing since they were established as a government agency.

In addition, Matt, from MyPatriotSupply.com, is seemingly the only person to have ever received this letter. All “news” and blog articles having to do with FEMA questioning makers of survival food originate from a single quoted source – Matt.

Food for Patriots says this is because Matt refused to sell to FEMA whereas other food companies have likely agreed, and he and Matt want all the good people of America to have access to these food kits, not just the people that FEMA chooses.

This is an interesting claim, because at the beginning of the video Frank Bates says that he will only sell kits to 2 out of every 100 people who view the video, and only if these people agree to his requirements: that you do not discuss this video with anyone.

If you do publicize or discuss this video on social media, he says that your computer’s IP address has been recorded while you are viewing the video, and you will be punished by not having access to his survival food kits.

Customers who are still interested in purchasing food supplies from Food for Patriots can do so in three different kit sizes: a 72 hour supply of food for $27, a 4 week supply of food for $197, and a 3 month supply of food for $497.

And customers who are interested in other methods of survival food production, not just stored food kits, can see other providers at Survival Seeds 4 Patriots and Backyard Liberty.

If you have any experience with this service, please leave your Food for Patriots reviews below. 

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NOT ONE PROBLEM, EVER

Reviewed By DAVID on December 2, 2016

I have ordered the 72 hour kits 3 times, the tomato seeds, the seed vault, the coffee and the strawberries. Probably 10 different orders.
I have messed up on the ordering once and ordered the seed vault 4 times in one session. I called 1/2 hour later when the confirmation emails were sent to me and I realized what I did. I got through to and operator that was polite, courteous, very helpful and it was taken care of right away, NO HASSLES. My card was billed and then credited right away. I live in Canada and have some of the orders shipped here. Then a friend got a mailbox in the states so I have ordered and gotten stuff shipped there. I HAVE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM!!! I wish all of my on line dealings were this easy. In fact, I'm going to place another order.

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Your Patience And Sanity Will Be Rewarded

Reviewed By focusforfun on November 4, 2016

So if you read the most negative reviews here, you discover folks cancelling their credit cards, calling an incredibly busy business instead of using email, and so on. ALL problems not related to Food4Patriots.

There's even a racial complaint to round out the Crazies Contingent.

BUT: the website is whack to some extent, and clearly has the potential to 'screw up' and whatnot. I do computer stuff for a living, and I found it difficult at times to even find the correct order page(s).

AND: when I called, I did get a human being. When I emailed, I got a response. In both cases, the responses were polite, intelligent and helpful.

SO: I placed three different orders: (1) for the 4-week supply, (1) for the fruits, and (1) for the Coffee / Fruit / Protein kits.

The food comes in these heavy-duty plastic bins similar to heavy-duty Rubbermaid under-bed containers. The are clean, attractive without drawing attention, stackable and space-conserving.

THE FOOD: is e-x-p-e-n-s-i-v-e. it comes in heavy-duty plastic bags that contain the food and an oxygen-absorption packet to keep the food fresh.

The packets I have tried are actually kind of awesome--mostly fruit and carb selections. The blueberries and pineapple are pretty amazing. Gonna have to be disciplined and not dig around in those containers from time to time for a snack.

The food tastes quite fresh as well. Will it taste that way 25 years from now? Who knows.

Can you get by with MREs instead? They don't keep, they're long on low-quality calories, and they're often loaded with salt.

Can you get by on those cinder-block shaped, vacuum-packed nutrition bars? SURE, but they're not likely to last 5 years, and the insanity you're likely to experience eating the same cinder-blocks day after day is going to s-u-c-k. STILL, I keep a handful of those around as well.

Is Food4Patriots a "good deal"? HELL NO. If you want a good deal, go buy some clearance meat at the Piggly Wiggly, jerk it, and hope for the best.

Is Food4Patriots a good emergency food option? PROBABLY SO. If you want appears to be by all indications a premium product, at a moderate-to-premium price.

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Had Great service from Food for Patriots However, other companies such as Wise Food Has many of the problems I have seen on this review site

Reviewed By Stephen Skeen on August 14, 2016

Food for Patriots delivered what was ordered on time. Many other companies like the Wise Food storage with their many commercials could not and has not to this day been able to deliver anything but apologies and admits their recourse is to refund money due to they have way too much business to handle. So much they say that they can't keep any stock on hand.

Don't try to buy there, they already have too much business to worry about you apparently.

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Reviewed By Mike Neri on April 21, 2015, Grand Prairie, Texas

ABOUT 10 DAYS AGO I ORDERED FROM THE WEBSITE ONLINE ABOUT $600. OF THE FOOD. PAID WITH A DEBIT CARD. NO HIT YET ON MY BANK AND NO REPLY FROM THE FOODIES! I HATE THAT I GAVE SOMEONE MY CC DATA! LOOKS LIKE I MAY BE GETTING SCREWED AGAIN, AND HAVE TO CANCEL THAT CARD.AND ALL THE HASSLE OF NOTIFYING VENDORS WITH AUTO PAYS!

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April 23, 2015

It is amazing to me how many people make excuses for this Company's
issues. Legitimate concerns are lambasted by faceless PC's. These folks are your fellow Citizens. Faced potentially with World affairs that will make these products, "Life Sustaining". Please don't don't invite me into you "Foxhole" if it hits the fan. You all are very rude!.

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Pleased

Reviewed By Sherry van Lare on February 23, 2015

I have ordered several times from Patriots. I have never had a problem. They had to back order once, so it took an extra week to get my order. I have always received what I was told I would. I love the tote the food comes in and the packaging is great. I will continue with my orders without fear of scams.

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Dan
February 27, 2015

I ordered the 114 snacks and vegetables for $97. I received 36 packages of food. The vegetable packages state they yield 1/4 (one-forth) cup of vegetable. Somehow Food4Patriots is equating this one package of 1/4 cup yield as 4 (four) servings. The person I spoke with on the phone could not explain how 1/4 cup yield could serve 4 people. I am returning this order for a refund, and I'm out the return shipping costs. I advise everyone to not order the 114 servings of vegetables and snacks for $97.

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