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This info is so valuable! When we started prepping, it took hundreds od hours to try to grasp the differences in companies and the products. Even with intense work, I spent about $2,000 in for that NO individual in our house and family found palatable. Wasted money. I went to a prepping seminar and the vendors were offering samples ( I refused as I was certain all were inedible). One vendor cajoled hubby into trying a sample of soup (broccoli- cheese) that is a family favorite and thought it was good. I tried it and became immediate suspect that she had done something to improve flavor. This was from a company not included in EE panel. When we started we didn’t know any who prepped so we turned to the warm Morman community. They gave me an EE catalogue and marked items that they enjoyed. I was pleasantly surprised with much of items I ordered. Again I turned to the Morman community and found a LV chef who had recently relacates to my area, who graciously spent hours teacing me how to make items MUCH more flavorful. Issue with OMITTED info–you ignored a large group of indivuals whose needs are NOT served! In your nutritional labels, you usually ignore to include potassium and phospherous. To include this info who not only help you customers, but would surely increase the company’s bottom line–profit! Calories, sodium, protein, and sugars are, or will be included this year, but if the company decides to be proactive, the could attract diabetics, pre-diabetics, transplant patients. (Remember when clothing companies ignored full sized women? Today, the companies that saw this undersized market are among the most profitable.Just thoughts that likely will never be read.Respectfully.Keri VGeorgia

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This info is so valuable! When we started prepping, it took hundreds od hours to try to grasp the differences in companies and the products. Even with intense work, I spent about $2,000 in for that NO individual in our house and family found palatable. Wasted money. I went to a prepping seminar and the vendors were offering samples ( I refused as I was certain all were inedible). One vendor cajoled hubby into trying a sample of soup (broccoli- cheese) that is a family favorite and thought it was good. I tried it and became immediate suspect that she had done something to improve flavor. This was from a company not included in EE panel. When we started we didn’t know any who prepped so we turned to the warm Morman community. They gave me an EE catalogue and marked items that they enjoyed. I was pleasantly surprised with much of items I ordered. Again I turned to the Morman community and found a LV chef who had recently relacates to my area, who graciously spent hours teacing me how to make items MUCH more flavorful. Issue with OMITTED info–you ignored a large group of indivuals whose needs are NOT served! In your nutritional labels, you usually ignore to include potassium and phospherous. To include this info who not only help you customers, but would surely increase the company’s bottom line–profit! Calories, sodium, protein, and sugars are, or will be included this year, but if the company decides to be proactive, the could attract diabetics, pre-diabetics, transplant patients. (Remember when clothing companies ignored full sized women? Today, the companies that saw this undersized market are among the most profitable.Just thoughts that likely will never be read.Respectfully.Keri VGeorgia