View Full Version : Many food items on sale@ Amazon --up to 55% off

09-06-2008, 09:46
Just a heads up in case they have anything you want to stock up on.
Amazon is having a grocery clearance on about 5000 items.

55% off using coupon code: CLRNCFTY

Items on sale at this link:

09-06-2008, 10:05
On several items featured, the "discount" price is higher than the normal Costco price.

09-06-2008, 10:23
After Months of Lockdown, Mountain House Cans are Shipping Again!
Prices are Up, Discounts Not Allowed

It's been several months since Mountain House stopped taking new orders from dealers on their canned foods. They were being socked in with orders from all over the country at a pace five times their previous high.

Now, we can announce that Safecastle has been given permission to start taking orders again, effective immediately. Note that Mountain House food is now being produced at record levels, and the company has maximized production capabilities. They have worked through their backlog and are in the prcess of fast building a stockpile for ongoing demand.

Get It Now

As we've learned over the last several years, we cannot take for granted the availability of food of any kind in our just-in-time system. In particular, in an era of rising food prices, long-term storage food is becoming more recognized as not only a hedge against crisis, but an investment that pays off in financial terms as well.

Thus, we expect the demand for Mountain House food to remain very strong. Of course, if and when another major disaster happens, many more folks will again come to realize the need for this kind of critical disaster deterrent.


For something like seven years, Mountain House prices went unchanged early in this decade. But then, the world turned.

Now supplier, production, and transportation costs are escalating steadily. Mountain House has had to try to keep up and now has a policy of updating prices twice a year. (Hint--prices are not adjusting downward.)

So, while the good news is that the food is available again at today's still-reasonable prices ... that means they are definitely not listed at yesterday's prices.

Most significantly for the Safecastle Royal Buyers Club--Oregon Freeze Dry, the producer of Mountain House food, has mandated dealer participation in a strict new pricing agreement. For us, that means we are not permitted to permanently offer discounts on Mountain House canned foods (pouches remain discounted). We WILL be allowed to offer members up to three short-duration sales in the course of a year, and we will certainly do that.

But be advised that from here on out, there can be no standard member discount on the cans. That fact is posted prominently on each of the MH can listings.

The Premier Prep Food in the World

Mountain House freeze dried food (http://app.expressemailmarketing.com/get.link?linkid=911455&subscriberid=48207704&campaignid=266554&linkurl=http://safecastleroyal.com/category_28/Mountain-House-Freeze-Dried.html)is universally recognized as the premier emergency preparedness and outdoor/adventure food in the world. Safecastle is proud to have been re-confirmed as a Mountain House dealer, and we will work with Oregon Freeze Dry to provide our members and customers full satisfaction on every transaction.

Stay safe!

Vic Rantala
www.safecastleroyal.com (http://app.expressemailmarketing.com/get.link?linkid=911456&subscriberid=48207704&campaignid=266554&linkurl=http://www.safecastleroyal.com/)

P.S. Don't forget our September special offer--a free hardcover copy of "World Made by Hand (http://app.expressemailmarketing.com/get.link?linkid=911457&subscriberid=48207704&campaignid=266554&linkurl=http://safecastleroyal.com/item_424/World-Made-By-Hand-by-Kunstler-hardcover.html)", the new bestselling novel by James Howard Kunstler, with every new membership or with any existing member's qualifying purchase of at least $170. No coupon code required--the book will automatically be sent.


09-06-2008, 13:07
Thanks for the link, MS. There's some good stuff on there.

09-06-2008, 13:12
Interesting link to a book by James Howard Kunstler in MS's 2nd post. Kunstler is an interesting guy with a lot to say. Here's a link (http://jameshowardkunstler.typepad.com/) to his main website and blog. (Beware the rude title...)