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Spokane Home Storage Updates!

March 11, 2015

Now would be a good time to inventory your long-term food storage and update your goals. There are many resources for canned and bulk commodities, one being the LDS Home Storage Center in Spokane. Here’s the latest news from their managers.

Store shelves after regional emergency

Waiting sometimes leaves little choice…

NOW AVAILABLE!

All items formerly hand-packed are now available in #10 cans with the exception of hot cocoa, non-fat dry milk, pancake mix and potato pearls which come in Mylar packaging.

Also for sale: water bottle with filter, $14.00.  These filter up to 200 gallons of water and remove 99.9% of contaminants.

  • GENERAL INFORMATION: We do have all the items listed on the Home Storage Center Order Form—United States (Download PDF).
  • WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE bulk foods, carrots, onions and beans. (as of 04/2016)
  •  Items sold in Mylar pouches are: hot cocoa, non fat dry milk, pancake mix, & potato pearls. These items come in pouches because the shelf life is shorter.
  •  If  group wants to place a large order, please call 2 weeks ahead of your pickup date to place the order, especially if you are traveling a long distance That way we can be sure to have everything here. We get a shipment from Hermiston, Oregon, usually twice a month.

The Spokane Home Storage Center is located atfood-storage_1170626_170x120

9423 East 4th Ave. Spokane Valley, Washington

Open sales: LDS & non-LDS welcome. No appointment needed.

Friday, 10 am – 5 pm      Saturday, 10 am – 3 pm (schedule update: 04/2016)

Questions: email shibberd@comcast.net

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