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.
If you have any experience with this service, please leave your Food for Patriots reviews below.
8 ‘Food for Patriots’ Reviews
Ordered 2 of the 3 month kits
I ordered 2 of the 3 month kits at different times and received both within 2 weeks and everything was there. I had no problem with them. As far as the FEMA letter and all, I really don't care. The route this country is taking is enough for me to try and put up a little extra to take care of my family when the time comes. Believe what you want.
I'm sorry you people had difficulties with your orders to Frank Bates's Food 4 Patriots. I ordered the 4 week, $197 kit. I had no problem at all and received my shipment within less than two weeks. The gray container is well made and the many packets of dried food were all visible. I am totally pleased with this shipment as well as every other order I've made. I've ordered two of the seed packets and received them punctually as well as the 72 hour food kit. Got that one on time as well.
I'm mighty grateful for Frank Bates's warnings and willingness to "go out on a limb" so to speak, in order to share his food with us. Although I have not yet tried the packaged food, I trust the other opinions of people who have already purchased numerous packages from Frank and these people have tried some of the food, stating that it was delicious. That was enough for me. My husband wanted me to keep the food until there was a real need for it. So, we're planning to wait until there is a real need.
I agree with William Finley.. I had no problems with any of my orders and would recommend Frank's orders of food to anyone.
I have also ordered from food for patriots. Although I never had the difficulty the obove did, I received my order and once more had a good contact number. Any website can have glitches and customer. Service issues. If this was a common occurance there would be a lot more blogs in myopinion. I suggest you do your research and decide for yourself before taking the opinions here as absolute.
I placed an order in November 2013. When I entered my credit card number supposedly it was invalid. I was requested to reenter, when I did I was automatically increased to double what I ordered and was not allowed to decline or confirm. I tried several times to contact the company to correct this. The order was received but I continued to call but was never able to speak to a person. There was no way I was going to pay for shipping back their mistake. Finally I called my credit card company to dispute the charges, they stated they would investigate. In the meantime I was finally able to reach "Heather" after waiting for a half hour on the phone, I think they hope people will hang up after waiting so long. "Heather" claimed the call is sent to her after the second ring and she was free the whole time and could not understand what was going on, she would report it. After telling her my story she said she would have UPS pick up the order without any charge to me and send out the corrected order. So sorry for the inconvenience. No thanks, don't bother, this was a scam and I didn't want any part of it!! Needless to say, the charge was refunded and the product returned at no charge to me. Be careful out there!