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Off The Grid News

April 15, 2011 05:30 ET

Surviving Food Price Increases Means Weathering the "Perfect Storm," Details What You Can Do in New "Food Shock" Report

THOMSON, IL--(Marketwire - Apr 15, 2011) - Few things more sensitive to external factors than food prices and when a series of events produce a "perfect storm" we find ourselves in the situation we now face, a dangerously low world food supply, a increasing cost of food, and a lower quality of food production. While these external factors are the main contributors to the problem they play no role in the ultimate solution, that's because the solution to the problem can't remain dependent upon events that occur halfway across the globe, are affected by government initiatives that exploit food resources, or big business decisions that are made to improve the health of their company rather than the health of an individual.

The first step to realizing the solution is in comprehending the problem and this is outlined clearly in the special food crisis report "Food Shock: Why 2011 Could Be The Most Important Year Ever To Plant A Family Garden" now being offered at no cost by "Food Shock" details the events that have depleted the state of the world's food supply, driven food prices to new levels, and compromised the nutritional value and overall health of the food being produced.

These events aren't confined to what has been mentioned by traditional reports; while "Food Shock" details the significant impact that weather conditions and natural disasters have had on the food supply as well as the political instability across several countries in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa, these are simply a part of the "perfect storm."

"Food Shock" also details exactly how short-sighted our alternative energy initiatives have been as government presses for greater energy independence at the cost of food production. The result being higher costs for ethanol production as well as higher costs of corn at the market, not exactly the relief people had in mind.

Big business will always have their hand in something they can exploit and the lower food supply -- rising food prices crisis is no exception. Unfortunately their answers could prove as harmful as not eating. The push toward genetically modified foods is scary enough yet now we are seeing a step further into insanity with nanotechnology in food production. "Food Shock" reveals just how dangerous genetically modified food is to our food supply and the health hazards that could be posed by nanotechnology.

Of course "Food Shock" isn't just about the problem, the idea is to have a real solution and inside the special report you'll see exactly what every individual can do to combat these external issues and create their own food supply. Sign up for the free weekly newsletter from to get this solution.

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