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What’s Inside Costco’s $99 Apocalypse Kit?


Costco has always been, and apparently will always be, the place where you can find a great deal. Even if it’s the end of the world. 

On June 30, Instagram user Pressure Luck Cooking, aka Jeffrey Eisner, reminded people that Costco is here for you now — and literally forever.  

“So I’m in Costco, which is like my happiest place in the world to be, and I’ve never seen anything like this before. They have buckets that they are just calling ’emergency food supply for 132 servings … I guess this is for when the apocalypse hits?”

Indeed, Costco is selling this massive bucket of emergency food. However, on its online shop, it lists a massive 150 servings of that same food Eisner listed, including 12 servings of Pasta Alfredo and Cheesy Macaroni, six servings of Teriyaki Rice, Creamy Pasta and Vegetables, Potato Pot Pie, Tomato Basil Soup with Pasta, and Chicken Noodle Soup, and 12 more servings of Brown Sugar & Maple Multi-Grain, and Apple Cinnamon Cereal. There are also six servings of Crunchy Granola, 10 servings of White Rice, 16 servings of Vanilla Pudding, 24 servings of Whey Milk Alternative, and 16 servings of Orange Drink. 

And for all you preppers out there, know that this stuff will last an extremely long time on your shelf. 

“With a remarkable shelf life of up to 25 years, this assortment isn’t just a temporary fix — it’s a long-term solution,” the product’s description reads. “It’s a tangible expression of your dedication to ensuring you and your loved ones are cared for, no matter what lies ahead. But it’s not just about survival; it’s about maintaining a sense of normalcy, comfort, and even enjoyment during challenging times.” And the entire bucket costs under $100, making a pretty great deal when you consider it could save your life. 

All you need to do to eat these freeze-dried foods is add water and, voila, a tasty meal even during a zombie uprising. But this isn’t the only emergency-ready food Costco has available. It also has products like the Mountain House Asian Inspired Freeze Dried Kit, which comes with 48 servings of freeze-dried food for $179, and the Mountain House Cooked Ground Beef set, which comes with a whopping 132 servings. And much, much more, so you can fully stock up your bunker and be the place to be when stuff really hits the fan. 




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