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Free Daily Bread food storage product

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, July 19, 2009 | 3 comments
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Free Daily Bread food storage product
- freebie found by zorkler.com -

25-year shelf life. Worry-free food storage, guaranteed. Daily Bread eliminates the need for rotation, making managing your food storage solution almost effortless.

Try it before you buy it. No strings. No obligation. Just amazing food.
Not sure how to improve your current food storage? You will love how easy it is to prepare and how good it tastes. Click here for your free sample. (US only)

Offer is currently limited to residents of the following areas: Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, California, Washington, Virginia, Oregon, Atlanta, Pittsburgh and Dallas Fort Worth.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Another let down! Not in my state.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This company pulls a bait-and-switch with its customers as they will let you taste a sample made by a very reputable and respected company in the freeze-dried food industry and then when you order, most of your food is from a different company. We were extremely disappointed and are thinking of suing them. Stay Away Completely!

  3. Stephanie says:

    I am not sure why the second commenter is so angry?? We have had our food for over 5 years now, have used a little here and there and it is great! The guys told us who it was that the food would come from so I don't know what to say but this food is a great storage option!!

    We take and incorporate all the wheat, beans, so on and so forth with this stuff to have our 1 year worth. Great piece of mind.

    By the way, suing them... REALLY!?? Sounds like you need to get your priorities straight and pull your head out!! There are so many people that love this stuff. Including many popular TV stations and people. What more do I say?

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