Costco is Selling a $6K Doomsday Prep Kit

For Complex News, I’m Natasha Martinez. ///// With the way our world is going, joking
about being prepared for a nuclear war or natural disaster is sounding less like a punchline
and more like a reality. To take care of all your disaster needs, Coscto
has stepped up to the occasion and has started selling doomsday-preperation food kits. Coscto’s food kits can feed up to a family
of four for a whole year and range in price from about $1,000 to $6,000. The latter includes 600 cans of food to keep
four from going hungry on a 2,000 calorie per-person, per-day diet. The cheapest kit has 96 cans of food to feed
one person on a diet of 1,200 calories per day for one year. Costco’s doomsday diet consists of freeze-dried
broccoli and dehydrated apples, which can last up to 25 years. It also includes instant lentils and instant
black beans that have a 30 year shelf life. Here’s how the mega-retailer marketed their
survival kit. Enjoy the comfort in knowing you have the
essential foods your family will need to survive an emergency or natural disaster! Seems like a very chipper way to go about
a future catastrophe. Anyways, you know people on Twitter had some
thoughts to share about these kits. Uhhhh? Just walked into Costco for the first time
ever and I’m really scared. It’s like everyone is doomsday prepping. Please help me I don’t even have a Costco
membership I just want pizza and crushed red peppers. Hey @realDonaldTrump , should I purchase Costco’s
emergency food kit after your meeting with Kim Jong Un? Or, will you act like you have some sense? Please let me know. What do you guys think, will you purchase
a Costco doomsday food kit or do you prefer to live on the wild side and take your chances
should we have some sort of apocalypse? Let us know in the comment section below and
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